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41  A spinsters spring break in Spinning: Completed Projects by peachymanaangel on: April 05, 2006 05:53:56 PM
OK I had spring break about 3 weeks ago but here are some of the yarns I made

  hand dyed Shetland, and tinsel plied with woolly nylon sirger thread ^^(the stuff is great and very elastic)
silk cap. . . soon to be Lacey wrist warmers

playing with color hand dyed Shetland again.
i have a lacy wight teal single on my bobbin that will be plied. . . maybe
other spring break spinners feel free to post your yarns.
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42  Seivers looms and falling out of tension in Weaving: Discussion and Questions by peachymanaangel on: March 07, 2006 11:27:31 AM
Hi, I am a lurker, my name is Kyla and I am a beginer, but I am having
issues with my loom (I goggled and searched in the archives first). I
have a used Seivers floor loom, and the front beam falls out of
tension. It is like a stopper falls loose that then the whole thing
goes. (I have a link to a drawing to clarify) The gear and stopper are
brass and where the issue is has started to discolor.

  Has anyone else had this problem? I have thought of filing the area,
or some how adding bulk to it (with wax, solder, or an adhesive spongy
pad (like a jar opener pad), molding paste). I feel as if it needs
more friction. I figure if I can contact the company and they can send
me a new beam or stopper . . .  but right now I need temporary fix. (I
have a wedding throw on it).  I try and not use that part but
sometimes it hits the sweet spot on the loom and I hate to move it.
If any one has a Seivers loom could you send me an image of that area?
Maybe my stopper is on backwards.
thanks for any help.
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43  Re: Dying Brown with Icing Dyes or Koolaid? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by peachymanaangel on: February 14, 2006 10:24:23 AM
complentery colors make brown when mixed. as stated before yellow and purple, blue and orange, red and green. you can also get brown from red and black, or orange and black.  Wilton may still make nut brown which dyes up brown. i used nut brown in this.
you could always just use acid dyes they are less radical(light fast, and don't change when heated) then food dyes
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44  Herratio the strange monster in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by peachymanaangel on: January 17, 2006 03:40:20 PM
he is part of my instation for painting class ^^ tee hee
made of farbic, armiture wire, paint ,and ducttape.
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45  meat pillow in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by peachymanaangel on: January 03, 2006 01:44:17 PM
I was inspired by an artist from esty to make a meat pillow for my new borther in law.  Cheesy

mmmm tasty   I have some fleece to make my sister a bracolli pillow
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46  monster bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by peachymanaangel on: January 03, 2006 01:38:43 PM
This is my monster bag! I made it for my mom for x-mas, i will make more, maybe even sell some.

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