A Crafts Community For Craft Ideas & DIY Projects - Craftster.org
Help | About | Contact | Press | Advertise | Cookie Policy | Terms | Site Map
Welcome, Guest.
Please login or register.
November Crafting Tips & Tricks: Check out Kittykill's latest DIY video, How to Make Glowing Wax Globes!
Total Members: 314,638
Currently Running With Scissors:
233 Guests and 5 Users
Home Craftster Community Crafting Articles Craft Tutorials My Craftster Crafting Calendar City Guides Craft Shop
  Show Posts
Pages: 1 ... 23 24 [25]
241  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / book cover clock on: March 13, 2004 03:52:33 AM
I was only told about this, but it did sound really cute. At this adorable gift shop downtown, a lady was telling me about a clock she had seen that was made from the hardcover of an old children's book. I have no idea how you'd finish the previously bound edge, but it sounds like possibly a great baby gift. Can anybody take this one and run with it a little? I'm supposing it would even work for old nancy drew books and things like that. Also, what would you use to punch the hole in the middle of the book? I'm pretty new to hardcore crafting, so I'm not sure of the toolular needs there.
242  QUILTING / Quilting: Discussion and Questions / Quilting Book on: March 13, 2004 03:47:14 AM
The book that I've been using to teach myself quilting is The Weekend Quilt by Leslie Linsley. It's out of print, but you can find copies pretty cheap online at either amazon or abebooks.com (a good resource for oop books). I've made two full size quilts and a baby quilt so far, and the easier patterns tend to be pretty forgiving to the mismatched seams and general unwillingness to line up perfectly that has gone along with at least my newbie quilterness. It has nineteen different patterns and while I don't agree with most (or any) of the color choices used in the pictures, the patterns are easy to follow, adapt, and they give you lots of techniques to speed up your quilting. If you put your mind to it, you could probably get one done in a weekend, as the title seems to suggest. I've got a bid on the sequel, More Weekend Quilts, on ebay, (it was $1) so I'll let you know if it's as good, later.
243  UNITED STATES / Alabama / Re:where are you from on: March 12, 2004 04:37:09 PM
I have a friend who lived in huntsville until recently and I know she was taking a quilting class, so there's some kind of craft scene there. Is there anything you are particularly looking for?
244  UNITED STATES / Nevada / Re:Las Vegas on: March 12, 2004 04:35:57 PM
Also, for just weird stuff that you can't find anywhere else, there's this huge cheesy gift shop downtown. I can't remember the name, but it's like the largest one in the world and pretty famous. And they sell everything from cheesy personalized keychains to rubber chicken feet. Not exactly crafty, but a good place to go to get ideas at least.
245  Georgia / Georgia: Central / Re:Atlanta Area Crafting Group on: March 12, 2004 04:33:46 PM
I'm coming and I'm bringing a friend. (I'm pretty sure) Hotmail is down for some reason, but I will email you my answers to your list as soon as hotmail is back up. I'm really excited about the group. Divasteph, why/when are you moving to vegas? My husband used to live there and we have family out there, so I'd love to talk to you about it.
246  Georgia / Georgia: Central / Re:Atlanta Area Crafting Group on: March 11, 2004 07:03:23 PM
Is there anybody from the decatur area that is going to the meeting? I have a goodly amount of cross stitch fabric I could bring, but I'm hoping I can get a ride? Just checking.
247  Georgia / Georgia: Central / Re:Atlanta SnB on: March 11, 2004 03:54:36 PM
Your group sounds like a lot of fun, but I'm eight and a half months pregnant, so I'm not up for much trekking to north atlanta, but maybe this summer. Thanks for the invite, though.
248  Georgia / Georgia: Central / Re:Atlanta- Metro Area on: March 11, 2004 03:39:11 PM
I've only been quilting for a couple months, but I always get my stuff from either Hancock or I schlep up to Duluth and go to Jo-Ann. Jo-Ann has these monthly 40-50% off coupons that they'll maill you and I like them. You can sign up for them online and they're only good for one item, so it's best to use them for the quilt backing or facing as that's your big purchase. But I'm glad to read about so many other fabric stores in the area and I look forward to trying them out. Any other quilters out there?
249  UNITED STATES / Alabama / Re:where are you from on: March 11, 2004 03:33:04 PM
I'm FROM alabama, but now I live in Georgia. And I have to recommend the Alabama thrift store in Midfield.
250  Georgia / Georgia: Central / Re:Atlanta SnB on: March 11, 2004 02:44:23 PM
I have a question about the stitch n bitch. Can I go and get a lesson in how to knit or would that be super rude? I'm really interested, and I can halfway knit (long boring story) but I just need somebody to tell me what it IS that I'm doing when I knit, and how I can change that to purl or whatever? Also, there's a rumor that there's a stitch n bitch at javamonkey on tuesdays in decatur as well? Anybody out there can confirm this? Any alternative meetings from the jakes or apres diem would be welcome, too. Thanks.
Pages: 1 ... 23 24 [25]

only results with images
include swap threads
advanced search

Latest Blog Articles
Tute Tuesday: No Fail Fudge
Feed Your Pie Hole
Ah, fall!

Support Craftster
Become a
Friend of Craftster

Buy Craftster Swag
Buy Craft Supplies

Craftster heartily thanks the following peeps...

Follow Craftster...

Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.11 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines LLC
SimplePortal 2.3.5 © 2008-2012, SimplePortal
Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!

Copyright ©2003-2017, Craftster.org an Internet Brands company.