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  • analogue23 commented on EmptyJar's instructable How to Knit with Pom Pom Yarn2 years ago
    How to Knit with Pom Pom Yarn

    Thanks for posting this. The rest of the how-to's online are all videos, and like a lot of people, I hate those. Most people prefer seeing it in text or images, NOT video. That's what I love about Instructables- simple, page to page how to's, not dumb videos

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  • Home Remedies Right From Your Kitchen

    Ginger, olive oil, that's it?? What the heck! What about Epsom Salts, the mineral that can be absorbed into the bloodstream via the skin? That reduces cramps in the muscles (like for bad charley horses, soak in Espom Salts, which is magnesium) for instant relief? it is also a quick, strong, safe laxative. I can't believe you posted like 3 items, and want to be voted for the best home remedies for this year.... gosh put some sweat into it!

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  • analogue23 commented on katvanlew's instructable Chair Seat Cover3 years ago
    Chair Seat Cover

    Good gracious- you replaced NEEDLEpoint with... an walmart(?) Hawaiian print shirt? What did you do with that ancient, priceless bit of needlepoint? Toss it away, I suppose. Why don't you replace the needlepoint with needlepoint? That's the proper thing to do. Have you any idea of the time and expertise that needlepoint took? Why not take up a real skill, and get some Persian wool needlepoint yarn, some needlepoint backing- there are actual antique kits with similar images you can do, made by Bucilla, and they aren't priced out of this world on eBay or other websites very easily. I in fact have a vintage 40s needlepoint that almost matches that exactly, yet Ive no chair to use it on- I do believe mine is for a much larger seat, however. I'd look round for a proper seat cover for an anti...

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    Good gracious- you replaced NEEDLEpoint with... an walmart(?) Hawaiian print shirt? What did you do with that ancient, priceless bit of needlepoint? Toss it away, I suppose. Why don't you replace the needlepoint with needlepoint? That's the proper thing to do. Have you any idea of the time and expertise that needlepoint took? Why not take up a real skill, and get some Persian wool needlepoint yarn, some needlepoint backing- there are actual antique kits with similar images you can do, made by Bucilla, and they aren't priced out of this world on eBay or other websites very easily. I in fact have a vintage 40s needlepoint that almost matches that exactly, yet Ive no chair to use it on- I do believe mine is for a much larger seat, however. I'd look round for a proper seat cover for an antique(?) or vintage chair instead of that cheapie alternative.

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