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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: green mini dress EDIT: text tut! on: April 27, 2008 08:14:51 PM
I plan on making a varient on it, but I will if no one beats me to it. I have a few "work friendly" projects to finish first. Smiley

Oh and is smexy my dear. Very very smexy. And so simple. I have a friend whose about to get that "Sewing is Simple" lesson using this.

GAH: I was replying to the request for a picture filled tutorial.
2  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Re: Coeliac Vegetarian!! HELP!! I need recipes! on: March 21, 2008 05:44:18 PM
I'm not alone...

I'm in the same situation as you are. I add recipes to my blog semi-regularly (totally overdue to get some old stuff up there) but I've only just started it up so there's not much there at the moment.

Blog: http://misstwist.blogspot.com/

I assure you it does get much much easier. You can have dairy I take it? If so you're one food item up on me as I'm also allergic to dairy.

Coconut milk based curries using form tofu are to die for, brown rice is our friend nutrition wise (mixed wild rice is nice too), try to find a good cup for cup flour replacer it will save you so much time, pay attention to all the ingredients on everything (some corn flours have wheat flour in them for example) and don't panic!

The Gluten-Free Vegan by Susan O'Brian was a god send for me.

And http://accidentalvegetarian.blogspot.com/ is the blog that saved me. This woman is an inspiration and to sum the blog up in 3 words: GLUTEN FREE CROISSANTS...

What more do you need?

If you'd like I can send you over a PM with a list of the blogs and resources I use the most Smiley

3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: backless bra with straps? Anyone tried to recon a bra like this? (Picture Ad on: January 19, 2008 05:40:13 PM
You need an anchor point, from one big busted girl to another, no hope in hell that'll stay on you.

I've actually seen something similar to that but the bra is either long in the front (think body suit) or has a strap that runs across the front of the body and wraps around low on the waist to anchor the bra.

I've been putting a LOT of thought into making my own bra's recently and a backless is on my list. If I find a solution I'll post it up for you Smiley
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