Does anyone know how to print three 4×6 inch postcards on a single 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper like so?
If you’ve attended the Greater Chicago Jewish Folks Art Festival and took photos, please share your photos with the rest of the world! It doesn’t matter what year or if they’re fuzzy or overexposed.. we love all the photos 🙂
I just created the Flickr photo group Greater Chicago Jewish Folks Art Festival so everyone can share their photos from the Greater Chicago Jewish Folks Art Festival:
For all you knitters out there… Ran across this on Digg.com:
Knitters truly are color lovers. These aren’t your average socks… these wonderfully colorful knit socks show a wide variety of the endless possibilities for crafty knitters.
If she knits, buy her some really good sock yarn. Believe me, she will be wildly grateful that you spent the time to buy her the ‘good stuff’!
1. Men don’t knit.
2. Knitting is a woman’s hobby.
3. Knitting has always been associated with women.
1. False 2. False 3. False
A look at many of the current popular books on knitting would lead you to believe that all three statements above are true.
For example, a look at Debbie Stoller’s popular Stitch and Bitch book, while a passable guide to knitting, reveals a false history of knitting.
If nothing else, it is a great way to meet women 🙂
In the heart of North Dakota, a circle of women that rule over all mankind. They are the mothers, sisters, daughters and grandmas that pull the strings more expertly than Marlin Brando in the Godfather. They weave the Garments of Power and harness the magic of the Chopsticks with Points. They are…
If you need any sock yarn, mosey on over to Froebe Fibers 🙂