Monthly Archives: June 2021

Abby Keep Crafts manufactures custom vests and hand-delivers them to customers

Abby Keep has been knitting since the age of five. “My mom taught me to always keep my chest warm because that’s where your vital organs are,” says Keep, who has turned her molding skills into a bespoke knitwear business, delivering orders to Melbourne. “At the beginning of 2020, I …

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Jacobs Post-Pandemic Track: Parade of Patterned Puffer Jackets

NEW YORK (AP) — Theaters are dusting off cobwebs and coming to life, the streets of downtown Manhattan are bustling, Bruce Springsteen is back on Broadway. And on Monday, the fashion world came together to join another New York staple, designer Marc Jacobs, in celebrating the return of live shows. …

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Jacobs post-pandemic fashion show: down jackets parading in Bergdorf Goodman motifs Marc Jacobs Kaia Gerber New York Happiness

Theaters dust the cobwebs and come alive, the streets of downtown Manhattan are alive, Bruce Springsteen is back on Broadway And on Monday, the fashion world came together to join another New York event , designer Marc Jacobs and celebrate a return to the stage shows. “Through the physicality of …

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Jacobs post-pandemic parade: down jackets parade in patterns

NEW YORK (AP) – Theaters are dusting off spider webs and coming to life, the streets of midtown Manhattan are alive, Bruce Springsteen is back on Broadway. And on Monday, the fashion world came together to join another New York staple, designer Marc Jacobs, and celebrate the return of the …

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Where wallpaper patterns become real drama

“Chromakey Tree 2111” by Dorothea Van Camp, from 2021.Dorothee Van Camp In Dorothea Van Camp’s paint/silkscreen hybrids at HallSpace, upholstery and wallpaper patterns heave, twist, and float in indeterminate, unsettling spaces. The designs resonate with a domestic familiarity, but the way she pushes them emphasizes tension and change. It evokes …

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BC instructor targeted in Creep Catchers sting banned from teaching for life

Vancouver- A Delta, British Columbia, high school instructor who was targeted in a sting by Creep Catchers has been banned from teaching for life. An anonymous caller reported Simon William Isbister to his school district and the British Columbia Ministry of Education in 2018 after a video of his encounter …

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Songbirds and humans share common speech patterns, study finds

The calls of more than a dozen species of songbirds follow patterns similar to those used in human speech, according to a new study. Zoologists at McGill University in Canada analyzed calls from 15 species of birds, including wild canaries, zebra finches, chaffinch, swamp sparrows and sedge warblers. The longer …

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Dawn’s Folly is changing from a hobby corner to a craft and handmade goods store

PORT CLINTON — Dawn McCarroll has come a long way since the tragic suffering of her Choctaw ancestors. Her life as a merchant in downtown Port Clinton is far removed from the experience of her great-grandmother, whose life was turned upside down by the Trail of Tears, the 19th-century forced …

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12 geek creations perfect to get your pride

My own project was to create a set of cloth napkins decorated with Star Wars rainbow symbols. This one is a clone trooper helmet! In the three-way Venn diagram of crafty, geeky, and LGBTQIA+, there’s a magical center point where all three intersect. With those hat tricks in mind, what …

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10 Gold Foil Crafts To Try If You Can’t Get Enough Shiny Minerals

This article may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more information. All that glitters isn’t gold…but it might be gold leaf! If you’ve ever wanted to spice up a find or add some gold accents …

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Baisley Patterns | www.splicetoday.com

I have rarely visited South East Queens. I was there a lot more when I lived in Bay Ridge as I could cycle almost straight east and end up there. I would run myself to see how fast I could do a round trip from Bay Ridge to, say, Laurelton …

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Shawmut Corp. announces new military and protective materials business unit

WEST BRIDGEWATER, Massachusetts – June 15, 2021 – Today Shawmut Corp. announced the establishment of a new military and protective materials business unit that will apply advanced materials manufacturing, textile manufacturing and high-quality United States trademark process innovation techniques. – ultra-high specification and high-performance technical textile solutions. Shawmut’s military and …

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Flight instructor among victims of three separate Manitoba drownings in one day

STEINBACH, MAN., – Family and colleagues remember a 24-year-old pilot and flight instructor who drowned while bathing on Friday. He was one of three people to die in three separate drownings in the province in a single day. The man’s brother in New York identified Sandeep Bandaru of Steinbach, Man., …

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Ex-judge on track to lead review of materials seized by Giuliani

Federal prosecutors and attorneys for Rudolph W. Giuliani have recommended that Barbara S. Jones, a former Manhattan judge, be appointed to review documents seized by the FBI during recent searches of Mr. Giuliani’s home and office, according to a government court filed late. Thusday. The proposal, which has yet to …

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Heimtextil launches digital material library

FRANKFURT, Germany – June 1, 2021 – Progressive hardware innovations presented digitally: Following the cancellation of this year’s show due to the corona pandemic, Heimtextil is expanding its range of digital services and launching a new online materials library titled ” Future Materials Library ”. 24 materials of the future …

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