Do any of you consider yourself knitting experts? I need your help. I'm doing a project on knitting, and one of the criteria for it is to find an expert. What I would need is a few people who are willing to be interviewed. If you would like to participate, please PM me your first and last name. It's that easy. The interviews would most likely be conducted through emails. I have not thought of questions, but I will PM you in advanced to let you know when I'll be sending them out.
Thanks a lot
P.S. Some of you may have noticed a similar topic by "longstory." She is also in my class and doing her project on knitting. While our topics may be the same, that doesn't mean that you will be asked the same questions. Please help us out by saying that you'd be willing to be interviewed!
My mom is looking for a Bedazzeler for me. She wants me to make a post with questions about this nifty crafting tool..Okay... 1- How well do they work 2- Where did you get yours 3- Did yours come with anything 4- Where do you buy more jewels for the Bedazzeler That's all for now. Thank you very much.
I haven't posted a craft in a long time, so I decided to come out of retirement (badum-ksh). I've made a few crafts since all my friends have betrayed me, thus giving me A LOT of time on fall break. I give you my recent projects:
My sister and me have decided to go as Care Bears this year. I figured that making the costume would be easy, so I decided to go as one too. My little sister, being six years old, wants to be Cheer bear. I want to go as a unique Care Bear. Like something unexpected.....like Pi Bear....something like that.
If not, oh well. So, I have received word that I have to do a Science Fair project. I want it to be original. But it can't deal with hazardous....stuff..or things with back bones (vertebrates). So like no burning stuff and poking your dog until it bites. I could do that but I have to fill out a crap-load of paperwork. So......I guess that's it.
Hey, hey, hey. I haven't been on in a while so I decided to post something. My mom is getting rid of clothes to give away to Goodwill type places. I found one of my dad's old button down shirts. I cut off the sleeves and it still looks guy-ish. I have nothing against guy clothes but I want to do something to make this shirt look cool and not like as if I went to my parent's closet and cut up one of dad's shirt (which I kinda did). Does anyone have any ideas on how to make this shirt look a little girly-er (but not like frilly little ribbons and stuff) but still have a look that is unique?
My language arts class has been reading Twelfth Night by Shakespeare. My teacher wants to put on a little low budget play for the class. She wants our ideas to come up with something for the play (costumes, sets, props, ect). Do ya'll have any ideas on what to do?
Like I said, it's not a craft but I need answers. I have organizing issues this school year. My binder is a normal 3 ring 2 inch binder. I have all the gifted year round classes this year and they give out a lot of homework. So, in my binder, I have a 5 subject notebook, 5 subject dividers, and two folders in the pockets. I also carry a planner, two books (Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith and Twelfth Night), and a vocab book. I hope you can understand this. Come on organizing divas!!! Work your magic!!!