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1  Re: Bike Riding Swap!! (sign ups until 4/24, SEND OUT 5/20) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by charles on: May 13, 2007 02:42:16 PM
post pictures of your bikes everyone!

here's my babe:

she's a vintage italvelo folding one speed. i bought it for myself as a belated birthday present a little while ago. i've been thinking about painting it green but i kind of want to keep the original stickers on the frame so i'm still undecided.
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2  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by charles on: April 08, 2007 05:04:10 PM

i got a haircut by a hairdresser for the first time in a long time. i'm really happy with it. also, i dyed it black a few months ago and i love it. it actually looks more natural than my brown hair.
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3  comfy scarf in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by charles on: November 05, 2006 08:24:45 AM
i was wasting time on the internet procrastinating, and i found this picture and i just need to have that scarf now, but the construction of it just seems weird to me. can anyone please explain to me how it could be done and what yarns should i use?thanks in advance ladies and gents

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4  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by charles on: August 27, 2006 09:32:28 AM
so a few months ago i posted pictures of my hair changes in the last year or so. https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=30298.msg924848#msg924848. i've always wanted an afro, and when i cut it last time i thought about getting one but my hair was too short then. so in the past week or so it looked like this:

and i decided that if it was long enough for a mullet, then it was long enough for an afro. so i went and got a perm and it worked excellent. i was surprised because my hair is naturally really really fine and straight, and because i had been cutting it myself with kitchen scissors for the past year, it was really choppy and texturized, so i thought the perm wouldn't work. but i like it a lot! someone told me i look now like omar rodriguez lopez from the mars volta. excuse the funny facial expression, it was right after i got home and the perm still smelld terrible from the chemicals..haha

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5  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by charles on: June 03, 2006 11:03:45 PM
so i have never gotten a perm. ideally i'd like it to look something like that picture. although it is obviously too perfect, and my hair always manages to never turn out perfect. i have very fine straight hair, so is there any particular type of perm i should try or avoid? i am going to a hairdresser for this, but i'd just like to hear about perms from people who have experience with them.

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6  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by charles on: May 27, 2006 01:53:33 PM
so i always had short hair as a kid and bangs. then i stopped cutting it in grade 6, only trimming it regularly. i got highlights in it when i was thirteen because my stepmom is a hairdresser and she likes to try stuff on me.

1st picture - by the time i reached seventeen, my hair was over 30 inches long, albeit too long. so i braided my hair, cut it off and mailed it to a wigs for kids program. it looked like a messy, assymetrical bob.

2nd picture - then i decided to dye it purple with some non permanent dye. but my hair is normally dark brown, so all it did was make it look black for about a week.

3rd picture - i proceeded to cut it into a mullet, but i have no pictures of it because it didn't last long. so then i cut it really really short except for my bangs and some wisps on the sides.

last picture - now i'm letting it grow enough so i can perm it and get a fro. this is my most recent picture.

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7  Re: Luella Bartley Rocks My Socks! in Designer Clothing Homage by charles on: March 06, 2006 11:54:46 AM
i made a bubble skirt a while back. crappy instructions:

1. made a circle skirt with nice material, in your case, plaid

2. then attached crappy scraps material to the bottom, should be shorter that top material so it doesn't show.

3. i turned the crappy material inside and sewed the edge of it to the waist edge of the skirt.

4. voila, bubble skirt.

if you want just a skirt, then you can cover up the waist with a strip of the top material so the stitches don't show.

crappy picture tutorial because i have to go to work now:

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