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21  UNITED STATES / Maine / Re: So how many people here are from Maine? on: September 17, 2006 02:47:52 PM
City Side Yarn...?  I haven't heard of it, but I'll definitly be checking it out.  Thanks a bunch for that, its so hard to find a decent craft store when you know Jo Ann's and AC Moore won't cut it.  Good luck with that resin, I haven't gotten to use it yet myself, but it looks like it has some great projects.  If I discover anything crafty in the area I'll post back.   Smiley
22  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: The Scream on: September 16, 2006 06:39:08 PM
If I had one of those, I'd carry him with me everywhere.  To work, to class... I just want one.  Great work!
23  UNITED STATES / Maine / Re: So how many people here are from Maine? on: September 08, 2006 05:53:12 PM
Maine Craftsters Unite! Hehe.
I was born in Augusta, and grew up in Bangor where I still currently live.  I go to UMaine Orono.  Its definitly a party campus (I just don't go to them).  Someone mentioned Orono being boring (and I'll admit that if I had to live there, I wouldn't be happy) but it does have its up points.  Like chalking the campus sidewalks, thats a fun time.
I'm dying to travel, but I honestly can't picture living anywhere but Maine.  Everywhere else has things like poisonous snakes, or just cruddy landscaping.  I love me some nature.  So long as it doesn't bite me...  Cheesy
I know this is an older post, but I was hoping someone might lead me in the direction of a nice non-retail yarn or bead shoppe in the Bangor area.  I'm also wicked interested in learning about metal forging.
PS- Anyone want gorgeus scenery?  Check out Brooksville, Maine.  Folloe Route 15 South of Bangor, and its between Blue Hill and Stonington.
24  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Renaissance Top on: September 02, 2006 08:32:44 AM
That is so sweet looking! I love your fabric choice.  Let me keep this short- I feel envy for your mad skill.  Nice work!!
25  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: Pads for the Curvy Gal...Tutorial on: September 02, 2006 08:18:41 AM
    These look fantastic.  One question though, and it might be an overshare... Are these to be handwashed?  I love the idea of using them, but I live with my father who isn't even comfortable seeing an open box of pads in the bathroom (Yet his socks end up EVERYWHERE!)I don't think he'd be pleased to see my pads hanging from the drying line.  I'm definitly using this pattern when I get my own place!  One more question:  They seem like they'd be *way* more comfortable than the standard plastic coated pad.  Are they? 
    Gardening was mentioned earlier, and I just about died laughing.  Earlier this summer I worked as a gardener for about six weeks-  I had my period for four of those six weeks.  Seriously, four weeks straight.  So now I'm back on BC, with hopes of my problems being solved.  I wish I had these then!!
    For those of you tenative of visiting the Obgyn, I totally understand.  I started my period at 12, and have had whacked out symptoms related to it ever since (I'm 20 now.)  My doctor tried to give me a pap at the age of fourteen ( a girl who had never even used a tampon...) and needless to say it didn't go well.  I've since been informed that paps aren't required until the age of 21 or until you are sexually active.  And no one can *make* you get a pap, but it is the best option for health concerns.  So until the day I feel I need a pap, my new doctor is perfectly fine with an ultrasound.  I suggest talking to your doctor, if you're concerned but don't feel pap ready.  An ultrasound is a nice alternative (although not a replacment) to the pap for a young or inexperienced girl.
26  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Moogle Amigurumi on: August 25, 2006 10:08:34 AM
YAY Moogles!  I have a desire to dress up as Lulu (FFX) just so I can justify carrying one around with me.  Maybe I could throw it at people for my attack?  Wink Cheesy

Thanks for sharing, its adorable.  I would *love* to see a tonberry or a cactaur!
27  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Re: x-men bag, because it's been forever on: August 22, 2006 08:31:34 PM
Nightcrawler, hot.  Grin  **Points at user name**  Its a reference to the "Old-School" comic book days.  When Kurt teleported, he made a **bamf** sound.  Smiley
Nice bag, you do the sharpie people proud.  Iceman looks okay.  I'll admit I had to read your paragraph to see him, but once I read 'iceman' I saw him instantly.  Your swapper will lurve it!
28  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Re: who doesn't love gnomes? on: August 22, 2006 08:22:53 PM
You beat me to it.  I've been working (top-secretly) on a David the Gnome stencil.  Nice work on gnome!  Smiley
29  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: Cedrich the Monkey on: August 22, 2006 02:45:24 PM
Well isn't he a cutie?  He reminds my of my favorite stuffed monkey at home "Swinger".
Nice web site by the way, you have some really great looking patterns.  I'm almost finished Momo the Octopus as a cheer up for my friend.  Great stuff!!
30  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Fruity beanies! Deery Lou, Domo, Naruto, and Pokemon scarves (lots images) on: August 22, 2006 02:32:46 PM
I honestly *never* thought fruit could be fashionable...  I used to cringe at pants/shirts/shoes/anything with tacky fruits on them...

After this post, I've changed my mind.  You're fruit hats are adorable!  I would definitely wear an apple, or a strawberry hat walking around campus.  If you ever feel like releasing a pattern for a poor, hatless, fruitless, college student/beginning crocheter- - I would be a very happy fruit hat wearing girl. Smiley Wink Smiley

PS-  My friend Moira would adore your fawn scarf...  I'm going to bookmark this thread to show it to her.
Nice work again!!!
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