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71  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / itunes (music library) shuffle round 3 on: April 15, 2006 02:10:53 PM
The idea is you select all the music in you library and then click shuffle, you make a of those songs the music library selected. Decorate the case and send it off. It is that simple.

I couldn't participate in round 1 or 2, but it seems like so much fun I want to start round three!

Links to the past swaps:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=38662.0 round 1
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=58302.0 round 2

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=40762.0 gallery 1
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=61049.0 gallery 2
72  FIBER ARTS / Dyeing: Discussion and Questions / Books on silk painting, shibori, batik on: March 14, 2006 05:06:14 PM
I was wondering if anyone had opinions on books on these subjects. Silk painting, shibori, batik?
73  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Armscye Etymology? on: December 15, 2005 05:12:22 PM
This has been a question of mine for a while. I am a graduate student getting an MFA in Costume Technology. And the Armscye question came up today. I remember being taught that the spelling was armscye, but it isn't pronounced arm-scye, but armsseye. I was looking at someones measurement sheet and they had written armseye. What is the deal? This is what I have found out. Armscye and armseye are not in the Oxford English Dictionary, but scye and sey are with the definition of the opening of a coat or gown where sleeves are inserted. So does anyone know the history of these words. I know that armscye is more correct googling the term I found that most people think that armseye is the more "historically accurate" term, but I don't think that is true, because the OED had the definition of "scye" and it is pronounced armseye, so people will spell it that way.

Just putting it out there...
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