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Thank you so much!
Why thank you!
I just looked it up... do you mean the podcast, etc by Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus? They have some awesome things to say! And yes, with all those labels on it, the bag does technically instruct you to wash it in cold, cool, and warm water... by hand and machine... then tumble dry and line dry only. Lol. Sounds like an piece by Abbot and Costello.
I love this!!!
So cute, so crafty, so clever!
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I bet it would work on a variety of sizes, because it seems like a very forgiving and flattering style. :) Thank you so much for your comment!
Glad you liked it! I had fun. :D
I really hope your wife likes it! Thank you very much, btw. :)
Your English was great! I thought you did a good job of explaining everything, I'm sure it's not easy to do that in a second language. I love the dress, too. Amazing design and colors!
Absolutely beautiful!!! I love the colors you used, they look fabulous on you.
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Glad you liked it!
I haven't noticed any effects at all from the sun, though being a redhead, I try to stay in the shade as much as I can. The end result of using the flaxseed gel is not like that "helmet" feeling of having you hair frozen by storebought gel... it's very light and airy and your hair moves like it does when you aren't wearing styling products. I think you would be happy with the results of the flaxseed gel, and I hope you give it a try! :)
Your hair looks awesome!!! I'm glad you liked the gel! Thanks for sharing :D
That's so great, how well it worked for you! It does make hair shiny, doesn't it? It makes me smile that my instructable was an answer to prayer. ;) I don't think I've ever been told that before, but I love it!!!
Awesome! I'm glad you like it! Thanks for your comment :D
I'm glad you liked it! I love saving "endangered" clothing by repairing it, and reusing stuff whenever I can. :)
Thanks! I came up with that one day in one of those "duh!" type of moments, and I've been using it ever since.
Thank you SO much for your encouragement!
You will need to stretch out the elastic until the grainlines on the fabric are straight and true. You should be able to tell by watching closely when you have stretched the elastic enough that the fabric is neither puckered nor stretched out. When the elastic is stretched enough, anchor it with pins by poking the pins through the elastic and into a padded surface (a large piece of styrofoam would work well). Use plenty of pins to keep things from snapping back, and trace around the shape. When you are ready to add elastic to your new garment, measure around the original sleeves where the elastic has gathered them, and cut your new piece of elastic to that length (plus seam allowance). :)
Very nice job! I love the fabric, too. You've got quite a lot of talent there!
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