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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Dress and Summer Shrug on: April 20, 2011 02:01:41 PM
The dress is cute - you have talent to make a dress without a pattern! The shrug is AMAZING. I would wear that with so many things - great fabric and style! Thanks for posting!
2  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Re: Advice for Decorating My Work Office??! on: July 14, 2010 03:12:35 PM
How about getting a piece of poster board and putting pictures on that, then hanging the poster board on the wall? You also might be able to hang a lightweight bulletin board with command type hooks - they have some removable hooks that hold up to 5 pounds, 2 would probably hold a bulletin board?

If that's not your thing, how about a scarf or a piece of material artfully draped on the wall?

Or you could do something creative with scrapbook paper? There are tons of great designs!

Happy decorating!
3  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Re: My Floral Arrangement Inspired Dining Room. First time Interior Designing on: May 30, 2010 07:58:40 PM
This room looks so nice - you did a great job. It feels light and bright and very welcoming. I would spend lots of time at that table doing all sorts of things. I like it just as you have it, but if you are uncertain about the side walls, live with it a little while and see how you feel. Personally I'm more of a minimalist, and I wouldn't want to take away from what you have. Please post your next room!
4  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Re: In desperate need of ideas - Living Room =) on: February 27, 2010 06:43:36 PM
If you keep those darling kids around, no one will look at the electronics! ;-)

Seriously, hiding the cords would be a big help, like gannon said. You could also try velcroing them together and running them behind the larger pieces so they don't show.

I guess it depends on how much disguising you want to do and how much your hubby is willing to put up with. You COULD drape the whole front with a piece of fabric that he could lift to reach the equipment. I know that would make my hubby crazy, though - no remotes would work, etc.

A less drastic approach might be to wrangle the cords and then put two large vases or plants on either side of the top shelf. You could move the picture down a bit, and I think the focus would go to the vases/plants and picture. NOTE: IF you are setting live plants near electronics please make sure they have large enough saucers under them. DON'T ask how I know this. . . ;-)

Let us know what you come up with.
5  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Re: The Owls of my room on: February 25, 2010 09:07:44 AM
Those owls are completely awesome! You've got talent - and now you have a great decoration, too! I love it!
6  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / Re: Any tips for Butterick 4790? on: April 17, 2009 04:38:05 PM
I've made this dress. You can do it. Here are some suggestions:
1. My waist is 14 inches smaller than my hips, 10 inches smaller than my bust, and as printed the waist FIT me - almost snug. Keep this in mind when adjusting - it's really a dress built for a hourglass.

2. Having said that, the shape may very well give you the illusion of a more hourglass shape! This could be good.

3. Why not extend the center part - where the pattern buttons - and make two long "belt" pieces. Then you could tie them or put on D-rings - give you some flexibility to adjust. You'll still have the flattering shape. . .

4. You might consider making the "under-dress" a little wider in case you have more "gap" in the front on your first try.

5. Pick LIGHTWEIGHT fabric - the back of this dress could get heavy and pull backwards if the fabric is heavy. . .

6. HAVE FUN - you'll learn lots and end up with a cute dress. There are a couple of threads on here about this dress - check them out for inspiration!

Happy Sewing
7  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Psychedelic jersey tunic-dress on: April 15, 2009 09:01:30 PM
I've gotta get a serger. I've messed around with my 30+ year old sewing machine and knits and the results always disappoint. Currently looking for a good deal on a used machine. Was it hard to learn to use your serger? I think it sounds like fun, especially if I net a cute dress like yours. . . Or a nice top. . .

I TOTALLY hear you on the fear of washing what I've made. . . I'm sure what we make is much better made than store-bought, though!

Wear your dress and smile! ;-) Thanks for the advice!
8  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Psychedelic jersey tunic-dress on: April 12, 2009 08:33:39 AM
Super cute. *THIS ROCKS*!

I like the tie as is, especially if you will be losing weight. I think this dress will see you through more weight loss - you can just belt it in and it will be a bit more gathered. The fabric is awesome and the colors are great for you!

Now for the questions. . . Was that type of knit hard to sew on? I've been thinking about making a dress out of similar but do not have a surger. Straight stitch? Narrow zig-zag? You are the guru!

Thanks for sharing - great work - keep creating!

9  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Recon Jeans to skirt! on: October 16, 2008 04:49:41 PM
Love your super cute skirt. The "point" from the crotch of the pants turned out really nicely and flows neatly into the insets. . . I'd wear that! Thanks for showing and inspiring. As for patches. . . I like what you have - but more would be cute, too. No real opinion!

10  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / Re: Lavi womens Vans Re-Vamped. on: July 15, 2008 08:08:41 PM
Those are AWESOME! Very creative! Did you seal them or will the sharpie be waterproof (I'd hate to see all of your work bleed!)
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