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Chatter / Re: How to read things on artisan's square
« Last post by Pina on Today at 08:12:29 PM »
Neema,please read here why new members can't change their profile until they posted several times.  ;)
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Chatter / Re: How to read things on artisan's square
« Last post by neema31 on Today at 07:50:22 PM »
Ooo! That's interesting! It sure is a creative way to get new members to talk :)
Thank you for responding and the welcome!  :)
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Chatter / Re: How to read things on artisan's square
« Last post by Pina on Today at 07:44:34 PM »
Hi Neema,welcome to Stitcher's Guild !  :)

If I remember correctly,new members can change their profile after 11 posts on SG,or contact one or the other friendly and helpful SG Mod,if it's something important a new member likes to change.
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Fashion, Style & Wardrobe / Re: Lagenlook 2
« Last post by Aitch on Today at 07:42:58 PM »
Oooh, I wonder which one it will be. I'm waiting for Mia to arrive and am hoping to start the Jules coat soon. I'm doing a pair of Plinkas tomorrow though. I will look forward to seeing what you come up with. :)
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Chatter / Re: Great British Sewing Bee 2015
« Last post by Michael A on Today at 07:38:50 PM »
For me there have been a lot of "yikes, they have to sew what in how long????, moments this season.  Accompanied by some incredible output.  I think last weeks was the most challenging yet.

Michael
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Chatter / Re: How to read things on artisan's square
« Last post by neema31 on Today at 07:28:31 PM »
Hello there! I am new to SG, and and glad I joined!
But I am having trouble customizing my profile.

When I click PROFILE on the top, it shows my profile summary, and I am not seeing a "Modify Profile" link.
I've attached a screen print - I can just review my profile but cant seem to be able to change anything. Would you please guide me through the process?

Thanks,
Neema
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Food/Recipes/Health / Re: 5:2 Fast Diet
« Last post by Michael A on Today at 07:27:24 PM »
I did my 7th fast day yesterday, so I guess that must mean I'm starting my 4th week.  I don't have a scale, so no idea on weight loss, but I do know that I now fit into shirts that were too tight a month ago and I can buckle my pants with a bit less effort.  I've tried to get the fast days about right on calories.  The other days I still eat rather too much.  I should have never turned that gallon of milk into dulce de leche.  ha ha.

Michael
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SWAP 2015 / Re: SWAP 2015 Discussion
« Last post by spookietoo on Today at 07:26:48 PM »
Mahgret - TNT's are the way to go. I literally made it through the 80's with 2 pants patterns. But they both had fly fronts, pocket facings that met the fly front to keep the pleats in place, and shaped waist bands. One had center front seams down the legs.

Once a structured trouser pattern becomes a TNT - they get very easy to accomplish and fit in a short amount of time. I reserve the extra work of new patterns for shirts and jackets and the occasional dress.

I may yet attempt swap, though I've no hope of finishing by the deadline. I just need the clothing.
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Chatter / Re: Need help/courage... getting rid of mice
« Last post by Pina on Today at 07:16:49 PM »
Deb,with the electronic mousetrap in the link above or here one doesn't have to touch a dead mouse.Please read the first customer review,as well as other customer reviews for more hints and good tips.  ;)  Please,don't overbait the trap,a tiny bit of fresh,smooth nice smelling peanut butter works best in the electronic mousetrap to attract a mouse ! Your kind DH can remove the dead mouse and clean the trap too. Then put a tiny bit of peanut butter in the mousetrap and set it up again.  ;)

    Trap uses advanced smart circuit technology to sense when a rodent enters the unit
    High voltage shock kills mice in 5 seconds. Built-in safety switch and tunnel design protect kids and pets
    Beveled columns hold mouse in place for 100% Kill Rate - no escapes.
    Easy to use - simply bait, turn on, and empty. Lid flips open to keep hands away from rodent.
    Kills 100 mice per each per set of 4AA batteries (not included)
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Chatter / Re: How to read things on artisan's square
« Last post by ejvc on Today at 07:12:27 PM »
evac, there are ways that you can see things that are new since you last read or see replies on threads you've posted to (look up by your profile picture to see a couple of options).  Also, there's a little icon in the title of the thread that lets you go to the last post.  There are other features too, those are the ones I use a lot.
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