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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Selling Crafts on Etsy.com / Re: list your etsy store here! on: January 05, 2008 06:24:54 PM
Just started mine! Have a ton of bows, mini tophats, cocktail hats, fascinators and hair flowers to list yet! Any comments or suggestions are more than welcome! Thanks!
www.cutiedynamite.etsy.com
http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd16/johnnyagogo55/CUTIEDYNAMITEflyer.jpg
2  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Re: light ink on dark fabric?? help :0) on: March 25, 2005 11:23:21 AM
thank you, that makes perfect sense, i probably should have tried it to begin with but i guess i was being lazy Smiley
Since most people cant come about a 10 foot dryer that costs thousands of dollars, you an get yourself a heat gun that might help or possibly a really hot blow drier. It all depends on your inks and colors. A lot of things youc an get right in one pull and if you try it just saturates it like you said, just try a light pull, dry and a slighty heavier pull next, then dry of course Cheesy
3  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Screening YARDAGE on: March 25, 2005 11:18:30 AM
Interesting! Thanks for the tips!
Well we made a square table that is super smooth and the width of our screen(48") and just long enough(50"?) so that we can both get around it and pull the squeegee.
We also made some clamps that clamp the screen and are hinged to attatch to the table.
The idea is to use spray adhesive and possibly some papaer so that the fabric is stable and wont pull up when we pull the screen up(duh), but can also slide over since the screen stays in place. I think its easier if the sceen is on its hinged clamp for lining things up. We were thinking of just adding a yardstick or something to the edge of the table......Ill try and post a sample once we get things going!
4  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Burda Magazine? on: March 19, 2005 11:44:09 AM
Google "German Language Publications".  They are the USA newsagents that send out subscriptions of Burda, and who the bookstores go thru. You can get three month, six month, one year and those special twice yearly specials!!!
Yay! That did it! I was Googling the wrong thing all along apparently Tongue
I got a year subscription to the regular one and also the "Petite Fashions" one. Im so excited to get them Cheesy
Thanks!
5  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Burda Magazine? on: March 19, 2005 11:31:30 AM
you can order a subscription for Burda Magazine through http://www.amazon.com.  60 bucks a year, free shipping.
I checked there but they only have th plus sized editions....
6  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Burda Magazine? on: March 19, 2005 01:41:52 AM
So the only store in the county that carried it suddenly doesnt and Im trying to get a subscription, but cant find anywhere! The actual Burda site is mainly German and when I go to order it it doesnt make sense Undecided Anyone have a subscription??
7  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Screening YARDAGE on: March 19, 2005 01:39:20 AM
Im curious if anyone has done this? As in more than a yard...
My boyfriend is a professional screenprinter, but we are trying to figure out how we could make the equipment work for this purpose.
Any ideas are very welcome! We;ve been talking about this all night, Im so excited to get working!!
Thanks Cheesy
8  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Vinyl? on: February 24, 2005 12:04:30 AM
Gloss enamel vinyl ink is the way to go. It is what is used to make sceened signs for businesses and such. Apparently the multi purpous stuff works too, but not as well. None of that water based stuff though Cheesy
9  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Mens Victorian Era Drape Coat Pattern HELP! on: February 14, 2005 07:49:56 PM
Pleeeease? Pretty please Cheesy
10  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Mens Victorian Era Drape Coat Pattern HELP! on: February 10, 2005 11:12:41 PM
Ive been desperately trying to find a pattern for a drape coat. Ive looked ALLL over for a pattern, so Id like help finding one that can at least be adjusted or suggestions for drafting one since I dont have a coat I can work off??
This place has a few different styles that would work. Im mainly interested in the rolled collar or half collar ones
www.unicorn-50s-designs.co.uk/drape.asp
Thanks!!! Cheesy
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