Josefly


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Member Since: 09/14/2008


recent comments

Re: Socks for Stephen

I'd love to have Socktopus! Beautiful socks!

Re: Book Giveaway: Kaffe Fassett's Quilts in Sweden

Would love to own this book. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: How to Create a Community (a final tutorial)

I'm so disappointed that you'll no longer be a regular here, but I'll eagerly look forward to the occasional postings you mention. Good luck with the books and other projects. Your work is phenomenal!

Re: Book Giveaway: Eco Craft: Recycle Recraft Restyle

Ooh. I'd love to have this book.

Re: 1950's Wool Dress Recycled

I can only imagine how very touched your mother will be on receiving such a beautiful gift, created by you out of something that means so much to each of you. I would love to see her face when she sees it. How sweet of you!

Re: How to Make Hats from Recycled Sweaters

Thanks so much for the idea and instructions. I have 2 questions, if you don't mind answering:

When you say "tiny zig-zag" do you mean tiny stitch length, or tiny zig-zag width, or both?

To felt the wool sweater, is it necessary to wash and dry more than once?


Re: How to Add Crochet Trim to Any Fabric Edge

I'm so glad to see these instructions. Very clear. Thank you.

I've been wanting to remove a too-long, too-tight, turtle neck from a sweater that fits nicely otherwise, and had thought of replacing the turtle neck with crocheted trim using the yarn unraveled from the part I remove. I think you've given me the courage to try it - my crochet experience has thus-far been limited to scarves. Would you advise stay-stitching the neckline of the sweater before I cut off the turtle-neck? Any problems you know of, in using unraveled yarn?