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5911  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: Toilet Cross Stitch (warning: innuendo of bodily functions) on: December 19, 2007 04:22:57 AM
Too cute! Nicely done stitches.
5912  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Afghan for deployed hubby.... on: December 19, 2007 04:20:12 AM
Gorgeous afghan, and thank you for your families service to our country. Smiley

Rockin'!
5913  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: Embroidering With Beetle Wings! on: December 19, 2007 04:18:05 AM
WOW! Who knew? Those leaves shown at the second link you posted are stunning!

I must have seen bright check purl before, because now that I see it up close it looks familiar. Guess I just did not know what it was at the time.

Thanks again for the info. Smiley
5914  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Re: Victorian Mannequin (Lots of Pictures) on: December 19, 2007 04:13:36 AM
Picking the colors was the easy part of this project. Smiley

Thank you for checking her out.
5915  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Re: Woe be unto the lowly cross-stitcher on: December 18, 2007 07:53:29 PM
Tis true Crafty, but these things run in cycles.

Right now paper, knitting and crochet are hot. Give it time and cross stitch will come back.

For me I have old patterns, and seek new ones out online, too.

No fear, there are other cross stitcher's out here. Smiley
5916  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: Embroidering With Beetle Wings! on: December 18, 2007 06:35:19 PM
Tree
At the base of the petals, and the top of the stem what is that stitch? It almost looks like bugle beads, but I know it is not.
5917  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Lion Brand's Tasseled Hood on: December 18, 2007 08:39:17 AM
Love this!!! I would wear the heck out of one of these.
5918  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Re: Victorian Mannequin (Lots of Pictures) on: December 18, 2007 06:57:46 AM
Wow! Thank you so much for that expressmail Smiley I'm thrilled you like her.

The idea of painting the face did cross my mind also, but I came to the same conclusion as you.
5919  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Resized 2 flanno's to cute shirts/hoodies [with pics now] on: December 18, 2007 04:46:46 AM
They are both cute, but the second one is awesome!
5920  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Re: Hoops & Cross Stitch on: December 18, 2007 04:43:27 AM
I always use a hoop or a frame - stretcher bar frames are my favorite! You don't have to re-tighten the fabric, and you're more likely to keep the fabric "square" on the grain. They're cheap and re-usable, and come in all different (mixable) sizes. It takes more time to set up a project on stretcher bars, but not as much time as setting up a project on a frame. In either case, the results are generally much more regular when you use a frame, stretcher bars, or hoops. On all my hoops (I only use good wooden ones - cheap ones can snag your fabric or even stain it, and the plastic ones tend to wear out more delicate fabrics), I bind the inner ring, which helps keep the fabric taut and which minimizes any wear on the fabric. I only use hoops on small, quick projects - anything that's going to take time goes on stretcher bars.

^^Ditto^^Also I think stabilizing the project helps to preserve the fabric and stitches.

I use a Q-Snap. It is so awesome and doesn't leave imprints on your fabric.
I'm not familiar with a Q-Snap. I did Google it to see what they are, and they look very cool. But they look big and bulky. Are they difficult to deal with?
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