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11  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Plain T-Shirts on: June 30, 2004 07:31:55 AM
If they've got Michaels craft stores in Canada, that's my suggestion.  I think you can get plain colored tees there for about $3 USD and they have kid sizes. 
12  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Mini Jeans Skirt W/Matching Halter Top on: June 24, 2004 08:18:23 AM
Can you at least give us the details on your old pattern?  I'm a size 5.  Smiley   Plus it looks simple enough, I'm sure it would be easily scaled to whatever size is needed. 
13  UNITED STATES / Wisconsin / Re: Wisconsin Thrift stores.... on: June 17, 2004 06:32:45 AM
The second vintage store right around the corner from State St in Madison is Gozira (or however you spell it).  The name is supposedly making fun of the way Asian people would say "Godzilla".  It's a tiny store and fun to look around but you can find better and cheaper stuff at a garage sale.
14  UNITED STATES / Wisconsin / Re: Wisconsin Thrift stores.... on: June 07, 2004 08:21:59 AM
I like the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Madison.  It's new & used building materials.  We just bought a cool old door ($15) and pretty art deco style light fixture ($5) there this weekend. 
15  Wisconsin / Wisconsin: Southeast / Re: The Madison Area Crafters Meet-up Thread on: May 11, 2004 02:38:42 PM
I wish I could be there but I've got plans this weekend.  Sad   Definitely keep us updated on how it goes and when you're having the next meeting.
16  UNITED STATES / Wisconsin / Re: Is anybody out there? on: May 10, 2004 01:27:05 PM
I'm from Stoughton (hi whirligig!) and currently live in the Milwaukee area, Waukesha to be exact. 

17  Wisconsin / Wisconsin: Southeast / Re: Madison area crafters on: May 10, 2004 01:22:01 PM
Wow, I just noticed this Wisconsin board.  I'm in Madison a lot to visit my boyfriend and would love to join the crafting group.  I'm not the world's best crafter but I'd love to help with the craft fair.

Count me in!
Jessica 
18  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re:Domo-kun hat and scarf on: December 30, 2003 12:51:24 PM
Domo-kun is a Japanese monster character.  From what I've seen he's not a cartoon but more like stop-motion animated or something similar.  He came from an egg, lives with a rabbit, and farts when he's distressed.  

Here's a website on him.

yardenxanthe, good job on the Domo items, glad your hubby likes them.  I certainly would.
19  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re:post your favorite gift foods here! on: December 29, 2003 01:20:36 PM
My gosh am I a dimwit sometimes.  And to think, HTML and the web is my job and I still can't get it right.

here is the link for the peanut butter truffles. http://www.hungrymonster.com/recipe/recipe-search.cfm?Course_vch=Truffles&ttl=1&Recipe_id_int=6342
20  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re:post your favorite gift foods here! on: December 16, 2003 08:02:50 AM
Ok, here are the truffle recipes.  If you've got a very small scoop, that would be really handy for shaping the insides, otherwise it's pretty messy by hand.  

the super awesome and easy peanut butter truffles
much easier than the other recipes since they don't require you to dip the balls into chocolate (a messy and frustrating task) but instead just roll them in chopped peanuts.  Plus these require only five ingredients.

chocolate mint truffles (middle of the page)
After shaping mine into balls and dipping into the melted choco, I put crushed candy cane on top to differentiate them from the raspberry ones.

orange truffle cups
I made these in raspberry flavor with liqueur and didn't make cups but into truffle shapes and dipped them in chocolate.  So if you want to do the same, start where it says "Beat unsalted butter..." and then just follow another recipe that describes how to dip them in the coating.  
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