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Good read by lewmew
Just finished Fractured by Karen Slaughter. Pretty good story and a couple of interesting characters I hope we'll see more of. If you're looking for something to read on a cold winter night, I recommend it. Linda
December 15th 08 04:44 PM
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Holiday Cheer for the Trivia Mavens by Karen C in California
http://www.carols.org.uk/christmas-quiz.htm -- Karen C - California Editor/Proofreader www.IntlProofingConsortium.com "On his tombstone, Benjamin Franklin wanted it said not that he had been rich
December 15th 08 03:50 PM
by lucille Go to last post
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Rally BIG Ephinany by anne
My current project is a free style/surface embroidery interpretation of Alma Lynn's Fannie Flosswinder which can be seen at: (http://www.almalynnestudios.com/Webpages/CrossStitch/Fannie.html). My ground is off white cotton with a not too intrusive pattern. Rather than covering the apron in satin...
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December 15th 08 02:33 PM
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Stash knowledge - part 2 by anne
This morning I went hunting for a Judith Baker Montano Crazy Quilt stitching book. I found it but it wasn't where I thought it should be. How are your books organized? Most of mine are arranged by technique and then by author or title, although all my A-Z books are together. -- another anne,...
December 14th 08 09:18 PM
by Fran Go to last post
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stash knowledge by anne
Although I've got a lot of stuff, it is nowhere near what long term stitchers have accumulated. Yesterday, I wanted to experiment with angelina fibers and couldn't find them. I emptied almost all the drawers and they were still hiding. Imagine my surprise when I turned around and saw them on the...
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December 13th 08 06:06 PM
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Santa purses by alicia in Hawaii
Merry Christmas...or Happy Holidays....!!! I completed 2 little Santa purses for 2 great little girls. These are crochet...with embroidered faces. I opted out of the buttons and pompoms because the kids are still really young. We added some McDonald's Arch cards for them...so that the purse would...
December 13th 08 04:54 AM
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How tidy is your work space? by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)
Photographs of other people's work space: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_pictures/7774965.stm -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK
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December 12th 08 11:12 PM
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Working with VeryVelvet by chanab
I'm working on a painted canvas needlepoint and I bought some Very Velvet thread for the curtains on the picture. Can someone tell me a good stitch to use as the thread seems very thin and the canvas shows through no matter what basic stitch I use. ------------------------------------- Ann B....
December 12th 08 03:07 PM
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looking for perforated paper santa patterns or kits by [email protected]
Hi-- I am trying to complete my collection of the perforated paper santas created by Sandy (Sandra) Cozzolino. They were first published by Willmaur Crafts, then Bucilla, then Janlynn, and are currently put out by Mill Hill. The ones I am looking for are the older ones. If you know a shop...
December 12th 08 02:08 PM
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Can someone help me with a pattern? by pecan[_3_]
It's been a good few years since I last posted here! Since then much has happened, including a new nephew. I've spent the entire day today searching for an interesting pattern for a 2-year old boy, and haven't found anything that "speaks to me". Does anyone have a pattern for me - preferably...
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December 10th 08 06:14 PM
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Topics on Electronics by sona
Electronics is the field of manipulating electrical currents and voltages using passive and active components that are connected together to create circuits. Electronic circuits range from a simple load resistor that converts a current to a voltage, to computer central-processing units (CPUs) that...
December 9th 08 01:30 PM
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Ping Gillian and Susan by lucille
The problem is apparently with verizon. Comcast knows about it and says they have a report that there is some kind of server outage. I also checked with comcast's newsgroup and apparently this is a big problem all over the place, but not everywhere. He suggested that you call verizon and...
December 9th 08 01:07 PM
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Slightly OT - searching for fabric by Marianne T.
I am looking for NHL Hockey team fabric, specifically the San Jose Sharks. I know there is a way to search the web and hit lots of shops, but I don't remember how to do it. Can anyone here help me? Thanks in advance. Marianne T.
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December 9th 08 12:36 PM
by Cheryl Isaak Go to last post
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OT-For Gillian by lucille
I'm still getting the message saying message undeliverable. Are you getting the messages I'm sending to your regular address or is someone out there trying to driver me nutsier then I already am??? Lucille
December 8th 08 07:28 PM
by Gillian Murray Go to last post
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OT-just a test,please ignore by lucille
test, test,test
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December 8th 08 05:04 PM
by lucretia [email protected] Go to last post
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Question by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)
Maureen has inherited cross stitch kit #2313 "Paperwork" from "Design Works Inc, 170 Wilbur Plains. NY 11716". Has anyone on this list ever encountered kits from this company? -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK
December 8th 08 03:57 PM
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Looking for a crochet pattern - star baby quilt by Elisa
I have been looking for this pattern for a while now. Officially it was called Caron Heirloom Crochet Quilt. I printed the pattern from Craftopia.com in July of 2000. It consists of many ( more than 50) pieces in different baby shades of the now discontinued Caron Cuddlesoft Yarn. Last year I...
December 8th 08 02:33 AM
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Attn Polly in the UK by Cheryl Isaak
My package arrived but DS didn't tell me and I didn't see it (an other item for me ). Found it yesterday. Love the bag and love the card. Many hugs Cheryl
December 7th 08 11:29 PM
by Olwyn Mary Go to last post
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ping Gillian by lucillez
Please send me an e-mail. It doesn't have to say anything important. I just want to get you back in my address book. That goes for anyone else that might want to be there with Gill. Lucille
December 7th 08 10:35 PM
by lucretia borgia Go to last post
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Chuppah and other Judaic patterns/kits by Kay Coram
For suggestions on chuppah design, how-to's of how to attach a frame, different types of frames (wood to PVC pipes, etc.) go to this site below: http://www.craftyneedle.com/ Almost all of their designs are Judaic--lots of great stuff! ShyBat
December 7th 08 10:23 PM
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