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Tanya Taylor
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  • East Rochester, NY
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I am an awesome:
I love to sew and cross-stitch, but I pretty much like all crafts.
My sewing interests are:
garment, drapery, home decor, quilting, cross stitch, embroidery
My sewing machine(s):
Elna 1010 sewing machine

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At 6:26am on September 22, 2010, Birdie said…
Thanks Tanya! To do her hair, I put floss through the head at the top from front to back, pulled the floss and stuck it back through the same h*** I just made and out the back again. This leaves a string end hanging from the front & the back with a loop on top. You stick several strands of yarn through the h*** and pull the strings. This tightens the loop around the yarn. full nice & tight then tie a few times. If you pack them about an inch apart it makes for a full head of hair, especially when it's curly. This is the easiest way I've found to apply hair other than needle felting.
At 10:44am on August 13, 2009, Joanie Molnar said…
At 10:42am on August 13, 2009, Joanie Molnar said…Thanks for the info. I have the most beautiful cross stitch kits I plan to do. I'm scheduled to have my second lense (cataract) done in 2 weeks, and then, when I can see, look out world, I'll be seweing and doing cross stitch 24/7!!! I haven't done much in this area, since I didn't realize that little by little my sight was getting fuzzy. I kept cleaning my glasses non-stop. For everyone to know, if your sight isn't what it used to be, don't hesitate to get new lense implants. They'll last forever. I did have to pay an extra $5,000 because insurance would only pay for the operation and regular implants, but the ones I selected give you near, far and inbetween vision -- no glasses. On the down side, with only having this one eye done so far, I can see my wrinkles, dust, etc. so when the second eye gets done, I'll probably see my wrinkles even better, but I'll have an even bigger smile because I can see so much better.
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At 10:42am on August 13, 2009, Joanie Molnar said…
Thanks for the info. I have the most beautiful cross stitch kits I plan to do. I'm scheduled to have my second lense (cataract) done in 2 weeks, and then, when I can see, look out world, I'll be seweing and doing cross stitch 24/7!!! I haven't done much in this area, since I didn't realize that little by little my sight was getting fuzzy. I kept cleaning my glasses non-stop. For everyone to know, if your sight isn't what it used to be, don't hesitate to get new lense implants. They'll last forever. I did have to pay an extra $5,000 because insurance would only pay for the operation and regular implants, but the ones I selected give you near, far and inbetween vision -- no glasses. On the down side, with only having this one eye done so far, I can see my wrinkles, dust, etc. so when the second eye gets done, I'll probably see my wrinkles even better, but I'll have an even bigger smile because I can see so much better.
 
 
 

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