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« on: March 27, 2005 09:00:11 AM »

i just want to say, if you ever use one of those sponge paint brushes make sure it is DRY from the time you washed it 10 mins earlier or it will sponge water all over the ink and bleed the design you worked forever on - ruining the zip up hoodied too! Sad
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2005 01:51:37 PM »

Ugh, I hate when I do something really stupid that ruins what I've worked so hard on. I made a stencil for a tote bag. I was going to make a couple, so I used the embroidery hoop method and made a few stencils. It took me a couple practice runs to get the whole thing right, but I finally did it. I stenciled my tote using spray fabric paint. I took off the stencil, and... I had sprayed outside the hoop too. There has a 1 cm wide band running for about 6 inches around it. So unhappy! I'm now turning it into a background for another stencil, but. Well, it's not the same and it's not going to look quite right and I am sad.

I just have a few words: nitwit, blubber, oddment, tweak.
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