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1  Re: Shower Theme Baby Shower in Party Planning by littleone1098 on: March 15, 2006 07:55:42 AM
For rain....perhaps you could find some cool paper or thin plastic (think transperancy sheets..I think they have some in blue) and cut oversized raindrops out of them and attach them to the ceiling with fishing line...or something equally invisible.

As for the umbrellas....I don't know. My first thought was to hang them from the ceiling as well, but that could get quite crowded.

If you have any ceiling lights, you could attach them upside down as a shade...or if you have floor lamps, you could attach them sideways as a shade. I think I have a diagram of this one that I used to show someone for their parasol...yup, here it is.

Um........yeah. I'll let you know if I think of anything else. Hope this helps a little.
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2  Re: Headbands and Scarfbands--No Sew Version in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by littleone1098 on: July 24, 2005 08:52:21 PM
Here is like the easiest thing ever...

Take a scarf--this is an old one from Goodwill.  Tie ends to the hairband and adjust to your headsize, and you have a scarf that will stay in place!  and without sewing and you can adjust the width and everything.

woah woah woah woah woah, why didn't anyone tell me about this before?
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3  Re: Earring Binge swap! in The Swap Gallery by littleone1098 on: July 12, 2005 04:59:32 PM
poprock6903 PM-ed me recently and said she received my earrings. Since she's already seen them, I figured I would post a pic of them!

does anyone know of a tutorial anywhere for how to fold stars like these? because basically, I've decided I need earrings like that.
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4  Re: 9 days knitting, and 6 finished projects. (AND SIX TUTORIALS!) in Knitting: Completed Projects by littleone1098 on: April 13, 2005 03:14:42 PM
I'm not perfect. Sure I'm fast, and in general my projects turn out okay, but I'm so impatient that I don't wait to learn things that I NEED to know. Like binding off  Cheesy

Look at my third "project" ever. This is the only thing that I have failed at, and it was because I didnt know how to bind off, so i just tried to stitch it together   Lips sealed

Oh no! haha. That could actually be considered kinda cool. It's one of those things I'd expect to find in those random boutiques for ridiculous amounts of money....I look at them and say "Hey I could knit something and cut holes in it myself!"
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5  Re: painted parasol in Completed Projects by littleone1098 on: April 13, 2005 11:20:31 AM
Ok, let me explain with a diagram

then you stick the ugly back part in the corner, so it is not to be seen, and you have yourself a neato lamp!
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6  Re: Star Shaped Baby Blanket in Crochet: Completed Projects by littleone1098 on: April 13, 2005 08:33:34 AM
And here are mine. As I mentioned earlier, I made it for a relative who's having twins (obviously a boy and a girl) I dont really like the pink color. It was the only thing they had available at Michaels in the same weight as the white....It's a little too bright and neon-ish, but they liked them! The thing on top of the pink blanket is a little baby hat, I made a blue one for the boy as well.

Edited to say: The blue one still hadnt been blocked at this point, that's why it looks kinda wonky
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7  Re: Poncho? in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by littleone1098 on: April 10, 2005 06:28:59 AM
here's a few different ways of doing them..that I have used, tell me if you dont understand these. 

For the first one, of course, just pretend that it is one long one, folded in half...I'm just using and old tutorial, which I am too lazy to fix an then upload again. You would sew on the green lines.....leaving it somewhat short on one side, and drapey on the other

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8  Re: Star Shaped Baby Blanket in Crochet: Completed Projects by littleone1098 on: March 12, 2005 05:32:43 PM

How big did you make it, how wide, like from point to point, or I guess you could tell me how many rounds, that would take a while to count though, if you could give me an approximate width, I would love you forever. I'm making one....and soon another, for a set of twins yet to be born, so I dont really have anything to judge it by.
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9  Re: First bag ever (and first post) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by littleone1098 on: March 02, 2005 11:40:04 AM
Hope you dont mind, I posted your pic directly on this thread. That's really cute, I love the applique, is it felt?
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10  Re: Attn hairdressers/ppl with side fringes (bangs) - Help wanted with hair cutting! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by littleone1098 on: March 02, 2005 07:09:52 AM
Oh, not very far at all prolly about 1/2 an inch. I think that it's kind of at an angle too, so at the middle, it's about 1/2 an inch from my hair line, and then as it goes to the side, it angles in.

here's a crappy little paint "tutorial" (if the picture is small, go to that address, it should show up bigger in my craftster gallery)

So what you do, the pink is your natural hair line, start from the side on which you DO NOT want your bangs to be, take a comb, and make a SMALL part angling back (like showin in the picture). Then comb a longer part from there, going to the front of your hairline, on the other side (where you want your bangs to stop)

Get your hair wet and hold it out in front of you between your fingers.... Start at the short parted side, and cut the shortest layer..I would suggest doing it around the length of your eyes. Then just start chopping downwards at an angle, you can change things up and make them shorter, so go pretty long at first, and dry them, and see how you like them. If you want them shorter, you can do it, but I'd rather be safe than sorry.

I hope this makes sense..good luck Smiley
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