Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Do Overs and Refills...
It was supposed to be 24 degrees last night. It was 30. Tonight and tomorrow night are also supposed to be below freezing...
Thus the jungle!
These are the curtains for Daisy's kitchen. I took them off of the pin board to make room for something else.
While Judy was learning the pin method of pleating, I was using these to demonstrate. They needed repining anyway.
These are Elmer's School Glue bottles. They come three to a package. They are very cheap just before school opening every year. They are handy dandy, but not with school glue.
I discovered that you can simply twist the nozzle the wrong way and it will come right off. Then you can dump the school glue into a bottle. Rinse out this container and refill it. Twist the nozzle back on, again in the wrong direction, and you have a handy, dandy carry around glue bottle with a fine tip.
With a bit of practice, you can get an extremely fine line of glue for hems and trims.
OK. So these lines aren't perfect. I was in a hurry. Anyway, that's the tip for the day. I have to get back to the Weaver's Workshop now.
See you tomorrow.