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911  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Re: Baryshnikov Shirt on: March 26, 2005 08:46:14 PM
Baryshnikov also played one of Carrie's boyfriends (Alexander Petrovsky) in the last season of Sex and the City.

I really like the signature on the back. very nice.
912  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: iPod Cozies on: March 26, 2005 04:54:14 AM
I love everyones cozies tons.

hercuteness, I think the unfinshed openings work with your cozy. if you wanted to finish them a bit you could always use small scissors to mimick the pinking on the flap, or something like a blanket stitch around the edges. I like the unfinished look though personally.

I bought an ipod mini about a months ago, but I won't have it in my hands for another few weeks.  (it's in one country and I'm in another, and shipping is expensive) I've been soaking up all the ideas though and will be chroceting a cozy, and handsewing and xstitching another once I can make sure they fit porperly. I'm excited that my pod will have a wardrobe of it's own.
913  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Avoiding knots in thread on: March 25, 2005 04:31:46 PM
This is my first post but I'm been lurking for quite a while.

I've re-started to cross stitch recently and it's going good but I'm finding that my thread gets knotted much more than I remember doing so. I end up having to cut the thread and it makes my backs messeier than I'd like.

I've been letting the thread hang down from the fabric to untwist becasue I remember being told that helps but I don't know if that's making a difference at all. Does any one have any thoughts to reduce or eliminate the knots?

Thanks in advance.

(oh, the project I'm working on is a pillow case with a skull border that is a gift for a friend.)
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