Thanks for the explanation! Another question: does the yarn just hang down the back, or is it attached somehow, too? Also, what type of stitch did you use along the part to keep the yarn from slipping? Thanks for being so open with your methods. My foil each time I make a doll is the hair, so I appreciate the info!
Thanks for the link, that site looks really cool! However, for this project, I'm going to take Fiasco's advise and buy a cheap-o clock and use the mechanisms. But that site kicks ass and I already have an idea for another project just by looking at it! Thanks for the tip!
I've used that site before for patterned paper that I used to cover a little decorative box. Looks like they have even more beautiful and great stuff since I was there last. Thanks for reminding me about the site, and as far as any downside, there was none! The printing quality of the papers was great. I love so much that it's free.
I do agree, I wish there was a way to print 12X12 pages...
WOW!!!!!!!! Those are really great. Eddie Izzard is the best. And your wall art is a really unique way to use the concept of stencilling. BEAUTIFUL! Did you use a photo of a chrysanthemum to make the stencil, or did you free-hand it? It is a really beautiful stylization.