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How fantastic!! I see this video is a few years old, I hope you are still needle knitting. I would enjoy seeing more of your work. You my dear young lady are a true artist. Have your mom look up Sheath Knitting. It is a way people use too knit with one hand while using their other to cook meals and things. They could also walk along knitting as the sheath held the needle instead of having to hold it in their lap. Keep up the great work.
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We have old fashion mom and pop type shoe stores here most of them offer shoe repair such as resoling. I know your boots are special so you might not want them modified that much but perhaps they could offer a different type of repair. From one Grampa's girl to another thank you for always making me smile, when I feel down I watch one of your videos I always feel joy before the first has ended. That my Darlin' is a priceless gift that you give all of your viewers. May your joys be many and your sorrows be few.
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+Green Fuzzer Dunno how I missed this comment but Thank You so much for posting it!! <3
I did check out our local cobblers but was told that the boots "couldn't" be resoled. Meh. I haven't given up on them yet. ^.^ Once the weather cools back off I'll be trying to repair them again!!
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I would like to have my channel up and running, teaching, producing quality videos, and linked to a blog that reinforced what I taught on my channel.
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+Green Fuzzer Excellent goals!
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How lucky you are to have a lot at your disposal. :)
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Sweetie if you trace your design pieces onto your heat and bond first they can be in any position with tiny bits of space between you will save a lot of your heat and bond to use on other projects. The money you save on buying heart and bond you can use for other craft supplies.
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Thank you for the advice! As per this tutorial, spacing and materials weren't that important for a few reasons.

One being that visually its easier to understand the process when its laid out in a large space like that. (At least for me) and since this tutorial was for a friend, I knew it would be easier for her to understand that way as well.

The other downside to forcing pieces together is that, depending on the material, its easy to get frayed edges.

I kinda have a lot of heat and bond at my disposal at the moment, but thank you again nonetheless! I'll have to remember that on my next project. :)
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I was wondering where you found the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation shirt? My niece also has type 1 and I would like to surprise her. I may just get the smallest one available for the walk and make her one that way if I haven't located one before then. TY
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I am not exactly sure where we got it. It was Lydia's (Her brother has Type 1 Diabetes) and she gave it to me to use as clothes for Ethan. I will ask her and she will hopefully remember where she got it!
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Diane how do you pierce your dolls ears? I see Janet mentioned in the comments to heat the pin first. Is that for the piercing part? I'd be afraid it would melt a large hole in the ear. TIA
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Thank you so much for the link!!! I seen this once a long time ago and didn't save it at the time. Naturally I couldn't remember whose vid it was and I have been searching for it, for some reason I couldn't find it again. The other videos using push pins and drills just were not my style as I was afraid the hole would be way to big. Thanks again!!!
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I'll continue my other entry besides getting up and running to teach I'd like to produce quality videos on my channel so that would mean getting in put from the viewers I hope to have.. 
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My dream for my channel would be to annually get it set up and going. I'd like too do some kids beginner how to sew, craft, create videos and things that are in expensive yet would teach them too continue there imagination through play and design. 
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+Green Fuzzer That's such a Gr8 goal you should totally start making those fun crafty videos!
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I would suggest using aquarium gravel in place of dried beans. You won't have to worry about moisture issues also not a food source for rodents.
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OMG Diane my hubby got me the MA My Life As a Party Planner Doll for Christmas too!!! What a small world. She is my first brand new 18" doll, my others are from eBay. I will say she was hard to remove her hair from the plastic that it was sewn to also had a problem with her hair. I love her to pieces though I haven't figured out who she is yet, as she hasn't told me. 
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Congrats. I have a hard time naming dolls. I never seem to get them right. My husband says she looks like an Erin but I'm changing it to Arianna. I tried a beige dress on her and she faded into the woodwork. I think she looks much better in bright colors.
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Just me again. You must be sick of me. I have a hint, instead of getting 1/8 yard /4.5" of the fabrics and hoping they get cute accurately go with 1/6 yard it is 6". Hopefully the cutter won't goof that much and you're sure to have enough. There would actually be enough to make an outfit out of if you changed your mind on what to do with the fabric after you got it home. BTW I watch your videos in the middle of the night when my memory isn't at its best and it's never good, I thought I remember you talking about doing underwear for a boy doll. I can't find it again. Am I going bonkers? LOL I guess that is a question not to ask my children. Have a Happy New Year! TY
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Happy New Year to you too. Good idea on the fabric. I was just being cheap as usual. I showed some boy's underwear in one of my last videos but I'm going to do the whole series on them with the 18" dolls. I made them for a bigger Syndee doll. I have lots of ideas just not enough hours in the day.
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