I got this app earlier this year and it was amazing and worked offline, like when I was on the road. Then I had to do a factory reset on my phone and all the apps were lost, and KPD isn't available on Google Play anymore! There's the Stash2Go Ravelry app, but honestly, it's crap compared to KPD. I can download the PDFs but not access them from the app.
Also, as the the "advanced search", I'm looking for a corset waistband on skirts, so I type in "corset waistband" with the Clothing board ticked. It gives me 0 results, and I think this can't be right, so I just search for the word "corset" in Clothing, and also get 0 results. Seriously?
I'm moving into a room that's been freshly painted...in pastel baby pink. It's even a cold pink, and I have no idea what to do with it. I go for bold or exotic designs over elegant and lady-like, so I'm NOT looking for Victorian tea party or white-on-pink designs. My bedspread back home was red, orange, and black paisley. I had black curtains, and a big red bookshelf and I'd put gold paper on the back of it. In this new room, I have a choice for bedspread and curtains, and possibly a rug, and then whatever I can put on the walls. My closet, curtain rod, and desk are a light wood, pine? oak? not sure, but definitely not cherry. I can't do any painting of the walls or furniture, and I want to work with the pink instead of just trying to force something on it. Themes in my brain cloud are cozy, warm tones, boudoir, Arabian nights, Moulin Rouge, bohemian.
Hm, I thought I had replied to this, but maybe Craftster ate my post. I am already making a quilt out of some other t-shirts, but these shirts can't be used for it because of their size or different material (for the sweatshirt). What I'm looking for are people's suggestions for cutting out and reattaching the screenprinted logos onto other clothing so that it's flexible.
I would be interested in this! I went to my first shadowcast on Valentine's Day this year. If it's real soon, I might not, because I'll be moving, but maybe around October would be a good time to drum up interest, because a lot of smaller cities have shadowcasts on Halloween.
I have a hard time letting things go. I have two t-shirts and a sweatshirt that have logos I want to save somehow. I can't really alter the shirts themselves. One tshirt is too small and has gross sweatstains on the back and pits. One tshirt I already tried to alter into another shirt and it didn't turn out comfortable, and there's not enough to try again. The sweatshirt is too ratty to be saved. I like the old punk DIY method of sewing patches onto clothes, but I want it to look a little nicer than handstitching with dental floss. What do you find is the best way to reuse an image from a favorite shirt onto a new shirt? Would it be any different with the sweatshirt material?