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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / Re: solution for rubbing thighs under a dress on: August 09, 2006 11:59:33 AM
I wholeheartedly suggest a product called Bodyglide. It works awesomely and neither made of animal products nor is it tested on animals. It looks like a stick of deodorant, holds up to high temperatures and one stick has lasted me two years so far. It's also good to apply to your feet were shoes might rub ... basically, I cannot say enough good things about it. It cost me less than $10 at REI.

Okay, commercial over.
2  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Re: diy cookbook ideas on: January 20, 2006 09:05:53 AM
Glad to be of service! I agree, allrecipes is a good 'un, too.
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Monster fur+pattens on: January 20, 2006 09:04:18 AM
I have no idea about making the jacket -- I'm so intrigued by the idea, you'll have to post pictures when you're done! -- but I recently learned a couple of things about how to sew with it. First of all, when you cut the fabric, you should put the tip of your scissors right next to the cloth, so you're cutting cloth and not the fur. That way it stays long 'n' nice. Second, before you sew the pieces together, grab a comb and comb the fur away from the area that you will be sewing, so that the fur doesn't get caught in the seams.

Okay, I hope that makes sense. Good luck!
4  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Re: diy cookbook ideas on: January 17, 2006 09:41:59 AM
I did a similar thing for my family members a few Christmases ago -- it went over really well, and I imagine your boyfriend will love this gift.

Anyway, epicurious.com and digsmagazine.com are both great recipe sources. I also retyped favorite recipes from some cookbooks I had around the house and others I got from the library. I illustrated mine with images I got from a clip art book of images from the 50s and 60s -- I imagine you could find similar sorts of stuff from the library or online.

Good luck with your project!
5  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Stitch And BOTCH / Re: Who put the shield around the K? (Tiff, don't read) on: November 02, 2005 10:42:49 AM
Awesome, awesome.
6  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Stitch And BOTCH / Re: Who put the shield around the K? (Tiff, don't read) on: November 01, 2005 02:28:07 PM
Oh, that looks great!
7  Ohio / Ohio: Central / Re: Wholly Craft -- Columbus on: November 01, 2005 02:27:19 PM
Rag-O-Rama's right on my corner! Wholly Craft is three or four blocks north of there. I didn't talk to the woman running the store (I'm guessing she's the owner, but I'm not totally sure), but my friend talked to her a bit, and she sounded really open to carrying more stuff -- it sounds like she sells 'em on consignment. If you make a trip, I'd bring some of your stuff to show.
8  Ohio / Ohio: Central / Re: Wholly Craft -- Columbus on: October 31, 2005 11:32:59 AM
I'm so glad they're planning on classes -- I was thinking it would be cool if they did something like that. I'll hafta snoop around and find out more.

After ogling Pattycake for weeks, I finally went there this weekend and got one of the biggest, most delish chocolate cupcakes (vegan or no) EVER. My boyfriend, who is a meat-eater and who loves the most unhealthy foods under the sun, got a carrot cake cupcake and loved it, too.

I've heard Benevolence's tofu sandwiches are good, but I love their big salad so much I can never bring myself to get anything else. Happily, the co-op by my house sells their salad dressing now. It's sooo good.

And Jeni's is tasty, too. I always have a hard time deciding what to get.
9  Ohio / Ohio: Central / Re: Wholly Craft -- Columbus on: October 27, 2005 08:36:17 AM
Ah, make a weekend trip of it! There's also the Pattycake bakery right across from Cup O' Joe (at the corner of High and Tulane), which has yummy vegan baked goods.

Oh, and my friend told me last night that Wholly Craft's hours are now noon to 8 p.m.
10  Ohio / Ohio: Central / Re: Wholly Craft -- Columbus on: October 27, 2005 06:56:51 AM
I know, it's great. Like I said, all I need now is a good independent bookstore, and I'd be in bliss.
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