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1  Re: Layout Suggestions in Quilting: Discussion and Questions by poo head on: September 11, 2007 09:33:31 AM
Yeah I really like your design and would definitely want to do that for a future quilt.  For now, I want to use up the brights I have.

OOooOOO Gotcha. I was under the impression you wanted to do the rainbow style, but didn't want brights. I should really actually read what people say considering you said you wanted to use leftover fabric in like the very first sentence of this whole topic.  Cheesy

Anyway I should really make myself a quilt layout coloring book. This is so much fun. I was bored and made a few more.  Grin



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2  Re: Layout Suggestions in Quilting: Discussion and Questions by poo head on: September 09, 2007 08:50:07 PM
I prefer the first one because of the contrast between light and dark fabric, but rainbows are always more fun. Pregnancy insomnia having kicked in I decided it would be fun to play ms-paint coloring book. Here's what I came up with:



It's basically the same as your rainbow one, except my pinwheels rotate clockwise in a spiral.

Probably not the easiest if you're looking for quick-piecing as every square is a little different. Anyway even if you don't like it, it was fun playing around with it.  Grin
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3  Pin Cushion Sewing Machine Cuff in Completed Projects by poo head on: September 04, 2007 11:41:45 AM
I was inspired by this thread. http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=194128.msg2046423#msg2046423

I added a little filling to the center to make it more cushion-y. I also made it adjustable so I can put it on the arm of my machine or the side.

Cuff on the side.


Close up on the side.


Cuff on the arm.


Close up on the side.


Thanks for looking, and thanks again to Ronise for posting this.
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4  Re: 1/12/05 - Rewrite History!! in Latest News by poo head on: October 02, 2006 05:44:44 PM
you mean make the image an actual link?

Code:
[url=http://photobucket.com]
[img]
http://i88.photobucket.com/albums/k188/andrea_poo_head/Crafts/atc/mini-adayinthelife-evening.jpg
[/img]
[/url]
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5  Re: 1/12/05 - Rewrite History!! in Latest News by poo head on: October 02, 2006 07:37:46 AM
all you do to post a picture, is
1. find where your picture is.
Code:
http://i88.photobucket.com/albums/k188/andrea_poo_head/Crafts/atc/mini-adayinthelife-evening.jpg
be sure it's the image location, not the page location. if you use an image hosting site (photobucket, craftster image hosting, flikr...) they will give you this location it will end in .jpg, .gif ... , and if you use craftster's hosting leah gives you the code as well (next to "ubb code" then you don't have to bother w/ step 2)
2. use the image tags.
Code:
[img]
[/img]
  just put your location in those tags and you're set.
Code:
[img]
http://i88.photobucket.com/albums/k188/andrea_poo_head/Crafts/atc/mini-adayinthelife-evening.jpg
[/img]

i hope that explains it. it really is easy once you get the hang of it. although i'm not the greatest teacher.
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6  Re: pirates vs. ninjas: who will win? in Discussion and Questions by poo head on: September 16, 2006 07:14:01 AM
this is totally not what you want, but i had fun making it so i'll show you anyway. i was thinking stick-people stencil ....


if you can't read the words, you may be able to see it better on my photobucket.
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7  Believe It! in Needlework: Completed Projects by poo head on: September 09, 2006 08:26:18 AM
here is one of the anniversary gifts i made for my husband. he's been obsessed w/ naruto (anime) lately, so i made him this floor pillow to sit on when he watches it so i can have the couch to lay down on and do more embroidery.  Wink it's a little puckered, but he likes it and i guess that's all that matters.



are you ready for your close up?



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8  Re: Stationery Grab Bag Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by poo head on: June 24, 2006 07:09:27 AM
here's what i received from lol stein a few days ago. haven't been feeling well sorry for the delay of posting.

it was great asian stationary and some fun things for me to use for my own crafts. i don't seem to be getting my point across as to how much i enjoyed receiving this, but i really really did. thank you soooo much. and definitely worth the wait.
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9  Re: Stationery Grab Bag Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by poo head on: April 25, 2006 09:45:01 AM
i'm embaresed (sp?) to show what i sent in comparison to what everyone else got.  Sad but lol stein said she liked it so i guess that's all that matters. the owls took longer to paint than expected, so it doesn't seem like enough 8 cards, some notepaper i scanned one of the painted owls and printed out, some envelopes w/ r. address and printed owl, some printed owl stickers, and a box.
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10  Re: COCONUT PALMS/LEAVES JOURNAL COVER...HELP!!! in Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions by poo head on: March 15, 2006 10:58:26 AM
okay i'm trying to understand this correctly. you want to put the leaves like as a focal point of the cover, not cover the whole things w/ leaves? if so than i would dry them first, just put them in an old phone book w/ some weight on top for a couple days. then you could try to find something like contact paper (be sure it's acid free) arrange them on the sticky side then just stick it down. or you could do something like make a sealed envelope made of clear vellum w/ the leaves inside and then just glue than on the book (again remember acid free!)

about posting pictures... on the right side of the screen there should be a link that says "picture hosting" it's under quick links. upload your pictures there (you may want to size them down since you only have a limited amount of space) then there will be a thing called a UBB Code (looks something like this:
Code:
[img]http://www.craftster.org/pictures/data/500/31784mini-new_pictures_197.jpg[/img]
just copy and paste that into your post.

hope i was of some help.

here's the code for your picture
Code:
[img]http://www.craftster.org/pictures/data/500/55281LEAF.JPG[/img]
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