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1  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: Mylar/metallic coffee bags on: May 25, 2017 07:55:19 PM
I like to turn them inside out, rinse them well, finish the edges and make planter bags out of them. You can hang them or just use them as planting containers. Or, I cut the bases off and use them as planter sleeves to catch excess drippage. I've also seen people turn them into reusable snack bags too!
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: SID VICIOUS T-Shirt Bodysuit Cut Out Sides on: February 17, 2015 07:44:09 PM
 Shocked  This is amazing. I'll definitely be making one of these to wear while I'm on my SUP!!  Cheesy  Thanks for the great idea!
3  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects / Re: What the hell is that!? First attempt at a string garden. Updated! on: June 09, 2010 07:42:28 AM
Wow! I saw these a few weeks ago and intended to try it as well. I'm glad someone else did too! I'm excited to read your progress!
4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Oh anthropologie!!! Sexy cardi! must make! on: June 03, 2008 10:22:04 PM
C'mon, I know you've all had a similar experience. You're looking at the anthropologie website, just admiring all the sexy sexy clothing, the simple design, the absolute beauty, and then you see it. It's that one garment that you can't afford, but Desperately need! I met that garment the other night, her name is the pinwheel cardigan.
Please help a sister out. I'm not sure what to call those lovely little spheres of pleats. How am I ever to recreate them? The patches? No biggy. Me and patches go way back. But I think my life depends on learning how to make those beautiful little "pinwheels"

Thank you so much!!!
5  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: I haven't been able to post in a while (Dial up users, proceed w/ patience) on: May 19, 2008 04:43:59 PM
 Shocked    I just had to bookmark this. While looking at all the pictures all I could think was:


Work it! You looks fantastic
6  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions / Inkjet printer + Iron on stabilizer+ Fabric = on: May 18, 2008 05:19:14 PM
Ok so, I dunno if anyone knew this but....

Fabric CAN be printed on with an inkjet printer. Just cut a piece of fabric and stabilizer into the shape of typical printer paper, iron the stabilizer on, and run it through the printer like paper

Voila! You have your very own patch. No iron on transfer paper needed! You can buy a product called " bubble jet set" to make the printing more permanent, but if you're printing it out to use as a patch on a bag or such, it probably isnt necessary.
7  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / Re: american apparel knockoff skirt (image plesantly plump) on: May 05, 2008 07:14:25 PM

F*** Amercan Apparel. Great job on the skirt!!! I don't need some gimmicky company telling me whats cool to wear, or trying to get me to buy their overpriced crap by advertising pornographic waifs.

And that's why I love craftster  Grin
8  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Re: What to do with tofu? on: April 13, 2008 04:10:48 PM
One word.


Miso paste makes anything thats being baked amazing!!! The darker the miso the better the flavor! I always add it towards the last 20 minutes or so as to keep all that great flavor intact.

Heres my version of an Asian baked tofu:

I take soy sauce, Rice vinegar, Chinese cooking wine, brown sugar, fresh ginger and sometimes a sprinkle of cumin or cinnamon and boil it in a small sauce pan. After it is at a light boil, I drop in my Thawed tofu (I always freeze) and let it sit for a few minutes (only a few!) afterwards, put the tofu and liquid into an airtight container and shake it like you hate it.

Cut tofu into bout 1/2 inch slabs or get fancy and make triangles! Or hexagons! and lay flat on a greased baking sheet and put into a 350 degree oven. Let cook about 20 minutes or so? and flip. after another 15-20 minutes, I take the tofu out, and spread a light layer of miso on one side, pop it back in, bake until slightly crispy, and then turn and do the other side.

Your tastebuds will thank you!
9  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: i confiscated tuxedo shirts to make a dress. on: September 07, 2007 08:43:08 PM
You work in a laundrymat? Awesome! May I ask how it is? Ive just been hired at a superneat laundrymat in my neighborhood, and im excited and nervous. Is it fun? Perks? Downsides? Customer horror stories? Any advice would be rockin.
Thanks Smiley
10  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Discussion and Questions / Lemon Verbena!?!? Help! on: July 30, 2007 07:55:20 PM
So..Im desperate to find someone willing to send me lemon verbena cuttings. Im willing to pay for shipping and all that. I LOVE this plant and cant find any in the nurseries around here (Portland Maine)

Thank you!
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