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  • #16
    You could tie it between two cans and make a telephone

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    • #17
      The telephone thing could save some money..............

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      • #18
        yeah, LOL oh here is another thing you can do,
        LOL

        when I was a kid, there was this dude who would use yarn to section off his garden in the fall, and where the tomatoes were, just before it was time to dig up the plants and get ready to till the dirt, he would let us kids come and have "Tomatoe fights" he didnt mind scince the tomatoes added nutrients to the soil and come planting time, he would rotate his crops and put something else there,

        It was fun
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        • #19
          Which brings me too . . . you could use it to section off your garden--as in Square Foot Gardening (can't remember the author). My Mom does gardening that way :D

          "The Triple Goddess as Maiden, Mother and Crone, is a relatively new concept which was made popular during the 20th century. Hekate is today most often equated to the Crone aspect of this triplicate archetypal image, but this idea of Hekate as Crone Goddess is one which would have been completely alien to the people of ancient Greece. The only possible explanation for the continued association today is that somehow the darker, scarier aspects of Hekate has been equated to wisdom in old age, which is, when you think about it rather ludicrous." -- Sorita D'Este. Read more in the book: Hekate: Keys to the Crossroads.

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          • #20
            use it for bundling twigs???
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            • #21
              ever used fabric stiffener on yarn?
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              • #22
                Yep, I have after it's in place. I've never sprayed it on before I've used it.

                "The Triple Goddess as Maiden, Mother and Crone, is a relatively new concept which was made popular during the 20th century. Hekate is today most often equated to the Crone aspect of this triplicate archetypal image, but this idea of Hekate as Crone Goddess is one which would have been completely alien to the people of ancient Greece. The only possible explanation for the continued association today is that somehow the darker, scarier aspects of Hekate has been equated to wisdom in old age, which is, when you think about it rather ludicrous." -- Sorita D'Este. Read more in the book: Hekate: Keys to the Crossroads.

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                • #23
                  when you use it with starch you can come up with some facinating sculptures
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                  • #24
                    wildchild - the correct name for the technique is apparently not needlebinding (the swedish word translated) but these: knotless net, plain looping, button hole looping, simple loop interlocking

                    http://www.tordata.se/transtrand/dal...d/tekniken.jpg

                    this technique has been used in sweden since at least the 4th century. In the 17th century, ordinary knitting took over, but looping survived in isolated areas.
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                    • #25
                      ah! Ok! I know what you're talking about now. We used to have a neighbour that did that. She called it looping. It was a new fun thing for me to learn. I still have my needle. She gave me a beautiful carved bone one.
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                      • #26
                        and what else do you mix your yarn with?
                        as in other mediums and stuff....

                        like wrapping it around branches tightly then dragging them
                        through paper pulp and let dry......that sorta stuff.
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