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61  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Re:geometric string wall art on: April 30, 2004 01:58:01 PM
you could just randomly stick push pins in the wall then connect them with the yarn. Less planning, but I bet it would still have the same effect. Cheesy

ps you could probably slip pictures in there too. And use it as like a message center?
62  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / wrist pin cushion on: April 30, 2004 01:51:59 PM
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These are handy if you find yourself walking around while working on sewing projects. All you need is a scrap of fabric, a fistful of stuffing, a scrap of elastic, and a bottle cap. I used a frappucino lid. Make sure the elastic can stretch to fit over your hand. All I did was sew the elastic together to make a loop, then hot glue the cap onto it. Cut a small square of fabric then wrap it around the stuffing and sew it shut to make a mini pillow. Then hot glue it into the cap. VOILA!
If you make it too big, just move it up your forearm. And I'm sure you could use other glues, I just have a hot glue fetish.
63  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / geometric string wall art on: April 30, 2004 01:17:27 PM
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This pic is pretty much self explanatory. All you need is string (yarn shows up great) and push pins.
You just wrap the string around them to make straight lines. It is easiest to
draw the design on paper first. I also used a ruler to make sure all of the lengths were even. A level comes in handy as well. :o

I put it in my bedroom, and it is really relaxing to look at for some reason. Someday I might try a more complicated design.
64  CLOTHING / Sewing Pattern Reviews / Re:boyshort panties??? on: April 29, 2004 02:18:34 PM
I love making my own undies. The only thing is, I had to cut up a favorite pair and make a pattern from them. But it was worth it cause now I have even more pairs that I enjoy. Roll Eyes
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