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1  Re: Questions About Hairstyles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by jnaos on: April 19, 2007 08:42:50 PM
I know its a small picture but like uma in this



scroll down.. You don't want to go too light because you have to remember eyebrows.. and that can make it look harsh.  I'm  a person who has run a course of black to blond and I am naturally red-brown.  I have been shunned by many hairdressers and any hairdresser is going to tell you to stay in your "color family"  I think Auburn is a nice for you because you haven't strayed outside of brown and you could easily go back if you hated it.. you do something like blond or too many streaks and you are stuck for a long time unless yo cut your hair off.. which I have done many many times.

BTW.. I like your hair color now.  You got that girl next door thing
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2  Re: Ribbed Tube Scarf from Bloomingdales - i desire a pattern. in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by jnaos on: September 28, 2006 04:38:00 PM
This is what the "tube scarf" looks like to the pattern I also have.  It isn't the "six in one" scarf from the Dime Store that I had mentioned in a later post.    The picture is from a random newstand magazine.. designed for impulse buyers like me;-) it is called Simple 1-2-3 knitting scarves.. believe it or not it is from Pillsbury best recipes (?hmmm ).. anyway.. I am not sure about posting pictures of things but I think it's OK if you give proper credit (?)  This scarf was designed by Lucie Sinkler and also goes to down over the neck like Eunny's



If you would like more info please let me know.. and excuse the grammer.. I am in an I don't care mood. 
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3  Re: ALL YEAR LONG CHRISTMAS CRAFTALONG 2006 in Craftalongs by jnaos on: March 07, 2006 10:33:19 PM
Since we are beading I would post what I did today.  It is an eyeglass holder.  I saw one in the Public Television catalog for around 50.00..mine was about 6.00.  I used those packets of beads that you can supposedly make three bracelets out of.  1 1/3 packets were used and I can still make two bracelets.. though I won't.



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basically the eyeglasses rest through  the hoop by the stem and are folded ... not the traditional granny wear way where you have beads on both sides of your face... I made it for my friends mom who said she always misplaces her glasses and wished she had somewhere to put them

Oh I use fishing line to bead with.. I find it hardly EVER breaks and is cheap.
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4  First time posting project.. my Jean Pool quilt..picture up in Quilting: Completed Projects by jnaos on: March 07, 2006 09:02:07 PM
A Co-workers little boy passed away after a horrible disease.  To raise money people at work all donated a pair of blue jeans and I made this quilt.  It is a queen size and has 34 different pairs of blue jeans on  it (though it takes 17 to make one and I still have a trunk full of blue jeans).. I am happy to say that it raised 650.00


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