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Fabala
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Location: Atlanta, GA
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2:41 pm Jul 17, 2007

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Originally posted by rifestitch
I type a lot better than I speak... lucky for you guys, huh? Laughing Unless you need a lesson in sailor talk - bad words are about all I can manage some days... Twisted Evil

<raises hand> guilty here, too... I actually clean it up for the forums...
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Originally posted by Alanna
... Is this why your son's friends feel you're a cool mum? Laughing


She's not a mum... she's a mom... you're only a mum in Great Britain and Australia. Wink
rifestitch
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Location: North of Atlanta
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7:08 pm Jul 17, 2007

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Originally posted by Fabala


She's not a mum... she's a mom... you're only a mum in Great Britain and Australia. Wink


Ah, but I lived in England for 2 years (before kids, though) so I knew what she meant Smile And so long as i don't become a mother - that's what mine is Sad
Alanna
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1:45 am Jul 18, 2007

Mom just looks weird to me!! You still say muuuuuuuuum though don't you and not moooooooooom? Yes, I agree with Rife, 'mother' is no good at all. My husband calls his maternal figure 'ma', which I find a bit strange seeing as neither of them have ever been to Texas! I admit that every now and then I still call my mum 'mummy'- but that's just because I'm a big baby who never grew up! Waaaaaaaaaah, I miss my mummy! Sad
rifestitch
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10:54 am Jul 18, 2007

I am in no way a biker chick, but I have been known to answer to old lady. Usually only because I am the only female in the room, so I took the leap and made the assumption Smile Though, I also remember slapping someone once for it, too, though that was a while ago...
eddavis
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11:29 am Jul 21, 2007

rifestitch,

Your assisi project is beautiful and has inspired me to try one. Where do you get the died cloth? Is it linen? Not sure I'll do mine in silk, but may try it.




quote:
Originally posted by rifestitch
I am in no way a biker chick, but I have been known to answer to old lady. Usually only because I am the only female in the room, so I took the leap and made the assumption :) Though, I also remember slapping someone once for it, too, though that was a while ago...
rifestitch
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4:49 pm Jul 21, 2007

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rifestitch,

Your assisi project is beautiful and has inspired me to try one. Where do you get the died cloth? Is it linen? Not sure I'll do mine in silk, but may try it.




I get all of my hand dyed fabric from Silkweaver, here: http://www.silkweaver.com/
Yes, this particular piece is linen, as the same color in one of the other evenweaves was much lighter. Look through Silkweaver's - I love every piece of fabric I have gotten from them (I have 3 WIPs on thiers right now Smile), and they pretty much have anything you'd need in the hand dyed - evenweaves and linens up to 40ct.

I have also looked at Sugar Maple fabrics and Enchanted fabrics, as well as Lakeside Linen, but haven't bought any of them yet - Silkweaver seems to have just what I'm looking for every time, plus I am a member of their Fabric of the Month club (they have lots to choose from).
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