Apr 15, 2009 12:20 PM #17
Ooh, that's fantastic. Do you need to have a paid subscription to read it online or use the forums?
Apr 18, 2009 03:53 AM #18
they have forums and podcasts and stuff, but ya still gotta pay for the magazine~
there's a paper and digital version, both the exact same, but one is printed and one is online. Definitely a worthwhile investment in my opinion!
^_^ may i suggest getting issue 3 of CRAFT if you're up for it. just go to the Maker Shed (a.k.a. store), then click "CRAFT back Issues" and that's where you'll find it! it shows you how to make a punk-T shirt, a kimono sweater, cute little cats, articles about Japan, and how to make Dorodango, or Japanese mud ball!
^_^ yeah, that's made from plain old mud. the stuff in your yard. yep.
Apr 22, 2009 01:15 PM #19
Ooh, I have no moneys right now or I totally would get that issue.
What's a podcast? It sounds like something that would die on my dial-up. *shifty eyes*
Hey! I know those mud balls from Mythbusters! *snicker*
Anyway, I think we are getting a tad off-topic, not that I care particularly, but yeah...
I think all that sort of stuff is neat! I really wish I could get those how-to articles. I think they would be great sewing practice. Hm... Although... Do you think it's harder to sew something people sized, or doll sized? (Hey! Check out that segue--I got us back to the original topic, sort of. Ha ha ha.) For some reason I have it in my head that it's be easier with something smaller--then again I do my sewing by hand so yeah. BJD clothing might be easier.
What do you think?
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