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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Dayflower Lace Scarf (with link to free pattern) on: December 20, 2005 12:38:02 PM
CraftyKate! Thank you so much! I've been working on this scarf all afternoon, and everytime I have a question, I just look through the thread and poof! Magically you have already answered my question, before I even had to ask it! Now I think I finally have the hang of the pattern. You're a lifesaver!

*K*
2  Florida / Florida: Central / Re: Looking for Brevard (or surrounding area) Happenings..... on: June 06, 2004 01:37:26 PM
Melbourne is a cute town...you'll love it! I live in Sebastian, which is just south of Melbourne. However, at the moment I'm in new Mexico working at a boy scout ranch. There are some fun shops and such around New haven Ave. in Melbourne and Sebastian and Vero Beach have craft shows regularly.

*Kendra*
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re:HELP! -- straps for dress on: March 21, 2004 07:18:22 PM
thanks guys! i of course, didnt read your replies until AFTER i pulled the whole thing through with a pair of tweezers...which worked out much better than i expected actually.

also, i obviously meant to type "according to the pattern...", not "according to the fabric..." in my previous post.

*K*
4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / HELP! -- straps for dress on: March 21, 2004 06:29:40 PM
I'm making a fun little sundress, and according to the fabric, I'm supposed to cut out an 18 inch by 2 inch strip, fold it it half and sew along the open side. Then, I'm supposed to turn it inside out to make a pretty finished strap. however, if i have to sit here all night and turn two 18 inch long straps inside out, i'll never finish! is there an easier way to turn them that i just dont see, or is there another way i can make straps? any help would be grrrreatly appreciated!
5  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / Re:Felt Applique on: March 20, 2004 02:03:08 PM
you could always make a pattern from clip art or a cute image you find somewhere. like in a coloring books? maybe crayola.com? unless that would be a copyright issue...

6  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions / Guitar Strings on: March 16, 2004 08:21:33 AM
so i was changing the (steel) strings on my guitar yesterday, and i thought, gee, these could make some really exciting handles for a purse! they're super strong and very flexible...however, they do hurt the hands quite a bit, *evident by the ugly callouses all over my fingers* so i would need to cover them with a little something. (also, they're very thin)
so what do you think? i've been meaning to make a purse out of laminated pieces of a Berry Berry Kix box and i was planning on lining it in felt -- maybe i could make little felt tubes for the strings?
7  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re:Any Shank Button Can Be A Ponytail Holder on: March 15, 2004 07:51:51 PM
how about using a clear hair elastic? they come in packs of like, fifty, and they're super thin, and well, clear. : )
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