Monthly Archives: September 2021

Learn how to make 6 crafts with the My Modern Met Maker series

Calling all artisans! Those who love creative DIY projects know that doing something with their own hands is so satisfying. And now that it’s colder outside, it’s a great time to warm up inside and experiment with your art materials. To help you get started with new projects, My Modern …

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Fall Arts and Crafts Festival Returns to Richardson for One Weekend Only

The third weekend of October holds a special place in the hearts of art-loving Dallasians: that’s when Huffhines Art Trails takes place in Richardson. One of North Texas’ top arts and crafts shows, the Trails began in 1976 as a way for local artisans to promote and sell their work. …

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MOBY Wraps Expands Disney Collection With Two Adorable Winnie The Pooh Designs

Each parent has their own way of connecting with baby and for some this includes “carrying baby” through slings. Earlier this year, MOBY introduced new Mickey and Minnie Drawings to their collection and now they have welcomed a new friend: Winnie the Pooh! (Please note this article contains affiliate links. …

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Circular Systems, Tintex Launches Premium Knitwear Collection Using Low Impact Materials and Dyeing Technology

LOS ANGELES, Calif .– September 16, 2021 – Circular Systems has partnered with Tintex, a sustainable textiles company based in Portugal, to launch a premium knitwear collection designed with high quality Texloop ™ RCOT ™ recycled cotton yarns Primo using Tintex Colorau ™ natural dye. Treatment, some of the least …

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Driving instructor has to cancel lessons because of ‘pathetic’ panicked shoppers

A driving instructor has called panicked shoppers after he was forced to cancel lessons because he didn’t have access to fuel. Paul Allaway, from Helston, called those who flock to refuel their cars unnecessarily “pathetic” and said they were inconsiderate of those who depend on their cars for a living. …

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Amarillo’s downtown public library offers free tools and materials for crafts and projects

AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) – The downtown Amarillo Public Library has a new service, MakerSpace, where it offers free tools and materials for different trades and projects. This service is free for anyone on condition of showing up with their library card. The library says this service is a great tool …

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Forecasters forecast warmer, drier weather conditions for fall

(KNSI) – Wednesday marks the first day of fall as the fall equinox officially occurs at 2:20 p.m. Central Time. With the hot, dry summer in Minnesota, punctuated by one of the wettest August on record, meteorologist Nick Carletta of the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Chanhassen said the …

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Vietnamese arts and crafts | Asian art auction in Aguttes Paris in September | Auction news | THE VALUE

Paintings and works of art from Vietnam Faithful to its pioneering position on the market for early 20th century Asian painters, Aguttes will hold its 30th dedicated auction on September 30, 2021 in Neuilly-sur-Seine. For this special occasion, and in order to meet the market demand, various Vietnamese works of …

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Animal Crossing Player Make Mom’s Hand Knitted Sweater In Real Life

A skilled Animal Crossing: New Horizons player recently put their knitting needles to work, creating an actual version of mom’s hand-knitted sweater. A cunning Animal crossing: new horizons The player recently decided to put his knitting skills to the test by creating an actual version of the game’s mom’s hand-knitted …

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Language matters: models in the past

123rf Verbs like “chanter” have “sang” and “sang”; verbs like “swing” have “swang” and “swung”. The motive differs only in the past. OPINION: Several readers ask why some people say He rang me rather than He called me. The story is complex, but perfectly understandable. English verbs have three distinct …

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The new Damariscotta store offers unique yarns and patterns

Linda Perry, owner of Sheepscot Harbor Yarns at 74 Main Street in Damariscotta, stands in front of her most popular product, four different shades of hand-dyed indigo yarn that Perry dyed herself at her home on David Island in Edgecomb. (photo by Evan Houk) A new business in downtown Damariscotta, …

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30 creative knitting patterns for artisans of all skill levels

Photo: Nynne Schröder 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. If there’s one thing for sure, it’s winter is coming and you’re going to need a scarf. And not only that, …

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XlynX Materials launches BondLynx ©, a new polymer molecular glue

Synthetic organic chemist working with Dr Stefania Musolino, to develop new “molecular glues” VICTORIA, British Columbia – September 8, 2021 – XlynX Materials is pleased to announce the creation of a new class of adhesives they are calling “molecular glues”. These allow difficult-to-bond polymers such as polyethylene and polypropylene to …

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SPINNOVA® Materials on New York Runway: Spinnova and Ka Wa Key Showcase Capsule Collection at New York Fashion Week

JYVÄSKYLÄ, Finland – September 8, 2021 – London-based designer duo Ka Wa Key are the latest brand to use sustainable SPINNOVA® materials. The brand’s new capsule collection of fabrics and yarns SPINNOVA is presented at New York Fashion Week (NYFW) on September 8. Ka Wa Key and sustainable textile materials …

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Scientists identify gene that forms fur patterns in cats

From leopard spots to tiger stripes, the fur patterns in cats are among the most immediately recognizable marks in the animal kingdom. Now, researchers have identified the gene behind these models. Analysis of skin samples from cat embryos at different stages of development has helped experts at the HudsonAlpha Institute …

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15+ adorable and comfy fall knitting and crochet patterns for all skill levels

Photo: Stock Photos from GOFFKEIN.PRO/ShutterstockThis 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. Cozy knits and steaming teacups are the perfect fall accessories. Whether you are an experienced craftsman or just starting out, …

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Trade Minister calls for more ambition from Indian textile players | Materials & Production News

Trade Minister calls for more ambition from Indian textile players | Materials & Production News | New OTHER MCL NEWS & MEDIA PUBLICATIONS © 2008 – 2021 MCL News and Media Interested in advertising? Just call us Sales: +44 1977 708488 Or if you prefer email, click the button below …

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Fitness Instructor Cathleen Kronemer: Bringing the “new” into the new year

CATHLEEN KRONEMER, special in Jewish lightSeptember 5, 2021 As the leaves turn from verdant green to rugged shades of orange, yellow and red, losing their tenuous grip on the tree branches and drifting aimlessly downward, Jews recognize that this not only heralds the arrival of autumn but also the advent …

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New exhibitions to celebrate heritage trades, Petone’s woolen stories

If after weeks of watching British Olympic diver Tom Daley knitting in the stands in Tokyo, you’ve jumped in line to panic and order some needles yourself, don’t worry. It turns out that taking up a trade is a completely normal side effect of the pandemic. The healing powers of …

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Unusual and Underappreciated Craftsmanship is the Subject of a Love at Canfield Fair | News, Sports, Jobs

CANFIELD – Canfield Fair Week Janice Graham of Farrell, Pa. Spends 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. filming on the porch of a wooden building near the sheep just so passing visitors can see what it’s about. “People don’t know that’s something you can do now – that’s why I’m not …

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Harmony Weekend will feature crafts, food, music and a parade | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy Photo The 47th Annual Harmony Weekend Arts and Crafts Festival, sponsored by the Harrisville Arts Council, will be held Saturday and Sunday in Harrisville. HARRISVILLE — The highly anticipated arts and crafts festival Harmony Weekend is back this year, after a pandemic-related hiatus in …

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Seattle Weavers’ Guild Members Create Unique Crafts and Make Friendships

WHEN SOUTHEAST Seattle Senior Center came to Seattle Weavers Guild and asked for help with 25 looms collecting dust in a back room like the legacy of a project started decades ago, Linda Stryker has helped resuscitate them in an educational tool. “It has been a wonderful thing,” she told …

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Kirsten Dunst performs with patterns in a geometric dress and rainbow striped heels at the Venice Film Festival

Kirsten Dunst hit the Venice International Film Festival today in multiple designs and colors. The actress made an appearance at the Italian festival wearing a high collar midi dress by Salvatore Ferragamo. The red geometric patterned silk dress was covered with a red and black complement printed blazer and it …

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