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1  What to do with a mirrored door? in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by Sati on: July 04, 2006 02:46:49 PM
I found this on the curb.  It's a solid wood, hinged door with mirror that is very, very heavy.  I was thinking of painting is bronze and hanging it over my sofa, or adding hooks to the bottom and hanging it in my entry hall.  But I thought I would ask you creative people if there is something more interesting or clever I could do with it.  Thanks Smiley





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2  Re: crazy collage madness! in CHALLENGE 10 ENTRIES by Sati on: April 24, 2006 01:20:21 PM
They remind of Carlos Santana's "Roar" shoes Smiley

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3  How difficult would it be to recover this chair? in Discussion and Questions by Sati on: August 23, 2005 04:05:47 PM
How difficult would it be to recover this chair and just generally fix it up a bit?  I've never done anything like this.  I'm looking for a cheap but sturdy and comfortable office chair.







I wanted this one but it's gone  Cry
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4  Re: Queen of Hearts Bikini gripe! in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by Sati on: July 13, 2005 10:59:35 AM
Well Cascade Fixation is 50g/186 yds and 5.5s = 1" #5-9.  And Classic Elite Star is 50g/126 yds (not the same weight) and 5 sts/#8.

The thing is Star is a really puffy yarn (sorta like Knitpicks Crayon).  Take a look.
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5  Re: ribbed for her pleasure in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by Sati on: June 02, 2005 04:47:49 PM
Sorry to bump an old post, but I have the exact same problem as petillante.  Now I actually completed almost an entire skein, saw that the scarf was simply going to be too short to wear properly, and frogged all of this:



I know I'm a tight knitter and I saw that the yarn actually calls for a 10.5 needle, whereas the pattern calls for a 10.  My scarf in that pic was rather stiff because it's a decent width yarn, but knitted very tightly on needles even smaller than recommended.  It wasn't horrible, but stiff.

I went ahead and bought Denise set of interchangeable needles so that I could mess around with gauge without having to go back to the store all the time or go broke buying every single needle size.  I was able to get the 3 stitches per inch as recommended on the Lamb's Pride Bulky yarn by using size 11 needles.  However, if I cast on the 32 inches the pattern calls for with size 11's the scarf is more like 8-10 inches wide instead of the 5" it says it should be.  I'd have to cast on about 20-some stitches to stay at 5 inches. 

I'm really not sure what to do.  I don't want to get as far as I got before and have to frog it all again.  I don't really want to cast on less stitches, and I don't really want to buy another skein (if they even have the right dye lot still) because I'd like to learn how to get the patterns right.  That's why I bought the called for yarn.  I'm frustrated, grrr.
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6  Re: Yet another Pin-Up Girl, but I'm proud of it anyway. in Needlework: Completed Projects by Sati on: May 22, 2005 05:15:22 PM

did this look like lipstick to you.

No that doesn't look like lipstick to me. Wink I'd change that to something else. But otherwise it's really cute.


lololol....  That's awesome.  Cracks me up Wink


spurtiic, I can't find them either.  I'll have to look again  Undecided
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