Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: where footprints dance in the snow
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I have a bad habit of reporting sellers that have outrageous shipping. It's circumventing fees. If I have to pay those ridiculous seller fees, I think everyone should! It's one of the 3000 things that bugs the crap out of me with Ebay....unfortunately, It's my biggest money maker: I do okay on Etsy and wholesale etc...but Ebay pays the bills!
I've been playing with my new jigsaw to see what kind of fun wood things I can make and then playing with milk paint to see what kind of color/finishes I can do. It's a pretty big learning process for me.
Oh and not married (it's not legal and neither of us is a fan of legal marriage), no kids yet, and I'm 29
Ok, I need some help/advice. I am sewing some produce bags for the "you know what" and I didn't like how the first one turned out.
I don't know what the cloth is called that I am using. I got it from a freeycycler. You can see a sample of it on my blog. 3rd pic down and on the June 19 post, it is white with holes. It came in a huge 'tube'
If you personally were going to be using cloth produce bags how big would you want them? (I think my first one was way too big, lol)
Would you rather have the stretch in the fabric be up/down or side/side?
Would a simple drawstring with cord stopper be good enough for a closer?
Kara, Chad, dd L(5) and ds E(3) and expecting baby E on Valetine's Day ~We are a home-birthing, baby-wearing, home-made, co-sleeping, no-vax, crafting(both of items and of magick!), green living and loving family in Southern NH
any comments accepted hope you enjoy
voila, jeans and holes and fabric!
Just wanted to send an update~
I was in an accident today, wrecked my van and have been in the hospital all day. Dang cards are a curse!
Anyways, I am out of commission for a few days, sorry everyone!
Love to you all and I will talk to you later.
Off to bed now to try and control these contractions....