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371  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Do you/would you leave a negetive comment about a craft? on: October 25, 2006 04:40:51 PM
it may be helpful for all of us to consider what we say when we post our projects; when we are looking for tips, and constructive criticisms, i think we should specify. if its something we are new at and may not have done so well on, acknowlege that. Then if someone decides to post a comment they will have a bit of a direction to go in. but i also think that if you ask for feedback, be prepared for the insensitive people who may not have the nicest things to say. you cant get butt hurt about someone saying your project is crappy if you asked for people to tell you what they thought.
372  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Stitch And BOTCH / Re: Sewing Machine Woes on: October 21, 2006 03:36:46 PM
make sure your needle is in properly, not backwards. i would try flipping it around and see if that works. also if it isnt in perfectly straight it can cause thread fraying and breaks. 
373  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Crochet Hook Roll! on: October 21, 2006 03:22:01 PM
ok, i need to make myself one now. i usually keep my hooks in a pencil case, but that is much cuter. and ive got tons of fabric that would be awesome for one...
374  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / Re: Being Cheeky @ the WalMart Fabric Counter on: October 21, 2006 10:46:16 AM
in response to all the hate for joanns and walmart.... i hear ya! i actually used to work for joanns. i worked for one of the stores that was closing, specifically for the closing. so after that one closed i applied at the one closer to my house, thinking surely, this fashion design student who has previous employment with the company would have a chance at this one.... nope. i didnt get hired because i FAILED MY PHONE INTERVIEW. yes, you read correctly, its an automated interview where you press one for yes and two for no... etc.. and i failed it. the funny thing is, i know more about fabric and crafting than all the poeple that work there do, COMBINED. no one ever knows where things are or what certain fabrics are... last week i asked if they had shrinky dink plastic... they said they didnt carry it, and three days later when i went back, i found the shrinky dink plastic in the kid craft aisle. mmm hmm.

as for walmart, i have less problems with them, but their fabric selection is sad...
375  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Cheapo's Unite! on: October 21, 2006 10:30:02 AM
ive found that one of the best places to find free crafty stuff is older crafty relatives/friends. ya know, the ones that feel they are "getting to old" to do certain crafts, or actually cant (like my grandma, who can no longer knit anymore b/c arthiritis). or just want to get rid of stuff they have been saving for too many years. (like most of us who can relate to that). I have gotten a ton of vintage patterns, fabric, yarn, knitting needles, etc. I also sign up for all of the craft store mailers just for the occasional 40% or 50% off cupons... those come in handy if there is something in particular that you just cant wait for a sale on. 
376  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: unfinished projects on: October 12, 2006 11:53:09 AM
it might be funny to do an unfinished craft swap... ya know, send something to someone else to finish for you... hahaha. might motivate us a bit more.

really though, im with the rest of you, i dont even want to count how many projects i have unfinished right now.
377  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / The Craftster Guide to Nifty, Thrifty, and Kitschy Crafts / Re: Beaded Fruit on: October 11, 2006 10:55:39 AM
how cute! I will have to remember those when I have my styrofoam balls left over from the x-mas ornaments im making Smiley

ive been making christmas ornaments the same way as beaded fruit (though with  styrofoam balls) for almost a year, ive found if you use the sequins that come pre-stranded it makes it go a lot faster and a bit easier. just start in one spot and spiral around. you can also make them without a loop to hang with and use them as a bowl filler. if i get a chance ill post a picture or two.
378  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Usernames: Talk about Crafty! on: October 11, 2006 10:48:24 AM
simple,  its the never ending quest for pants, thusly a pant safari.
379  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: what can i do with an old gamecube??? on: October 07, 2006 07:04:22 PM
i would take it apart and see what fun bits lie inside that you could make jewelry or something out of. i made some jewelry out of small parts from a carburetor, so I'm sure theres something in there thats useful =)


-Lois
380  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: Old Children's Books / Hardcover Books on: October 07, 2006 06:57:06 PM
i came accross a fantastic book of magic tricks from the 50's in not so great condidtion but several of the pages were ok, so i cut out the parts i could use ( the cute little girls and boys and some of the phrases, etc.) and now i use them on greeting cards and other papery crafts.


-Lois
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