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1  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / Re: Deployment Quilt on: October 23, 2008 08:07:39 PM
I made my first quilt when my husband was sent to Iraq too! Luckily he brought it back in one piece, can't say the same for the slippers I knitted him...  It looks great!
2  Oregon / Oregon: Northwest / Re: cheap living in Portland? on: January 01, 2007 02:55:34 AM
Marty. She's amazing, she's helped me find a place and made sure everything is going as smoothly as possible. And i have been looking into the different clubs on the website and looking into which ones sound good. I'm getting so excited to start.
3  Oregon / Oregon: Northwest / Re: cheap living in Portland? on: December 29, 2006 09:48:54 PM
I know how great the bus system is in Portland but I just kinda wanted to live right in downtown, the place I'm getting for now is like a quad and it's up in north portland. I'm now actually leaning towards moving into beaverton or just getting a room if i dont like where I'm gonna be living so that I can at least get free parking. My husband is planning on going to WCI too when he moves up to portland in about a year so I think i'm just gonna wait to live downtown until then.

And I'm gonna be doing the Culinary Arts Associate, and i have to say that the people who work at WCI are some of the nicest and most helpful people i have ever had to work with!
4  Oregon / Oregon: Northwest / Re: cheap living in Portland? on: December 19, 2006 02:39:39 PM
 ^ that's sorta what i am planning on doing now that i have a temp place to stay. I've read that it's a lot easier to find a place once you're there, so I'm just gonna go around and look once I'm actually up there. Thanks for all the help though everyone!
5  Oregon / Oregon: Northwest / Re: cheap living in Portland? on: December 18, 2006 01:58:44 AM


is there a specific reason you're interested in downtown?
i'm starting at western culinary and i wanna live downtown but im not sure if i can afford it with the extra cost of parking my car (im stuck with no where else to put it).  Ive got a few places in mind and my advisor found a cheap temp place for me thats on the east side for now.
6  Oregon / Oregon: Northwest / cheap living in Portland? on: November 26, 2006 03:38:41 PM
Hey this isnt really crafty-related but I am moving to Portland for school in about a month and wanted a cheap downtown studio, and cheap meaning up to like $650, I was just wondering if any of you knew of anywhere I could look.
7  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: SUPER CHEAP MOISTURIZER/SHINER FOR HAIR!! on: September 11, 2006 04:04:27 PM
Does anyone know if Agave would work the same as honey?
8  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Re: THE GENERIC BOYFRIEND GIFT THREAD: A How-To! on: September 11, 2006 11:09:14 AM


I'm definitely going to *try* to make him a quilt for his Christmas... but I've never actually made one before and don't know the first thing about it. If anyone knows a good tutorial I'd be very thankful. Smiley

i love all things crafty (obviously if i'm here), and i became intrigued by the quilting section on here, just from info off of this site (including links people posted) i was able to make a quilt for my husband's bday this year. I just made a blue and black checkered one and he absolutely loved it, he's even taking it with him to iraq when he goes later this year.

oh and that was pretty much my first time sewing on a sewing machine too, my mom's was always broken when i lived at home and couldnt afford one until earlier this year. It's not too difficult, you just need loads of patience.  good luck!
9  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: another hair moisturizing mix on: September 11, 2006 08:21:05 AM
The Body Shop used to have a banana shampoo and conditioner, they were wonderful but i went in there a little while ago and they dont sell it anymore, so maybe i'll try this.
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