This is a really cute idea. Washi tape is so much fun. I can't wait to try it.
HI gpananos. Great questions. It is necessary to heat and then cool down the milk and maintain the temperature so that the cultures can grow. As for destroying properties of milk, I really don't know. Nutritionally, I love greek yogurt because it had higher protein levels than milk.
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Thanks for such a nice comment. Moms are the greatest.
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Good to know. Can't wait to try it.
What a great idea. So fun. I've never worked with cement before. Are they heavy?
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There look great. I've made these with yarn, but the jute gives it a cool, modern look. Can't wait to make some.
Thanks BLASTFEMI! They are a lot of fun to do.
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This is so clever. Thanks for sharing.
Hadn't thought of that. Great idea!
Thanks! Yes. The same techniques will work with cotton. Just use cloth dye instead of acrylic ink. Use an iron to get crisp folds. Happy creating.
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This was my favorite. Congratulations on your win!
Thanks for your excellent information Cheese Queen. I knew the "how" behind the process. Now I know the "why".
Thanks so much for your nice comment. You have a Model A? OMG! Ahooga!
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I agree. I was surprised too that it takes so long to reach 180 degrees F on medium low. I usually start heating on medium-low and then change to low when skin starts to form. This takes a bit longer. I checked another source and the time is similar. One of these days, I'm going to try the microwave. If you get different results, please let everyone know. Thanks for your comment.
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Oh wow. Thank you. I had a lot of fun with this project.
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Thanks for your terrific tips alloydog. Great point about printing in batches. That's really important for this project--for printing as well as sewing. Thanks also for your stitching diagram.
I'm anxious to do more with rubber cement and learning more about Gum Arabia. Thanks for the info.
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Ah yes. The bone folder. Can't live without it. Sounds like art school was a great experience for you.Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge. Can't wait to try the syringe for deleciate glueing. Also, I'm a PVA kind of gal and I always forget about rubber cement. Anxious to try out your ideas.
Wow. Thanks. Something tells me I'm gonna be doing some more printing. My next class will be your embroidery class.
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