Monthly Archives: August 2022

San Antonio knitting instructor cooks up X-rated patterns

It all started with the woman’s sock surrounded by penises. In the mid-2000s, San Antonio knitting instructor Wendy Moreland joked online with knitter friends about creating a sock pattern that reflected their group’s personality. So the sassy Gen-Xer concocted this X-rated design: a subtle yet subversive “girly sock” with a …

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Handmade craftsmanship makes people happy all over the world

Since the end of World War II, Japan has earned an excellent international reputation for its quality craftsmanship or monozukuri based on the Kaizen continuous improvement philosophy. However, nowadays companies must also provide value-added products that meet the latest market requirements. As a manufacturer of handicrafts, could you tell us …

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Man arrested after brutal murder of riding school instructor is being held under mental health law

A murder suspect arrested after a 71-year-old woman was stabbed to death in a quiet Welsh village has been held under mental health law. Police marched the man, 55, down the street in his underwear only after the tragic death of Wendy Buckney-Morgan, 71, on Tuesday. Ms Buckney-Morgan was found …

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Our need for routines and patterns is just natural

I can feel the summer season slowly ebbing into fall. Cooler mornings and earlier sunsets all tell me our carefree summer days are limited. Our summer trips are now treasured memories and work projects are winding down, almost done. In fact, some projects never started, but they can wait until …

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Gladwyne Library League Arts and Crafts Show preview is perfect

Pictured: From left to right, photographers Kelly Reene (Gladwyne), Alex Lowy (King of Prussia) and Debbie Laverelle (Villanova) stand in front of entries in the photography category. GLADWYNE- It’s been a minute since I’ve done Gladwyne’s social scene. And yes, Gladwyne has one, although you may need to pay …

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Rethinking Technical Materials at RISE 2022

Over 20 industry experts will present their views on how materials science innovations can create a more sustainable future for the nonwovens industry at INDA 12e Research, Innovation and Science for Engineered Fabrics (RISE) conference, taking place September 27-28 at North Carolina State University. RISE will focus on redesigning, reusing …

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4-H fair features animals, artists, crafts and more

While the main stage at the Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair provides entertainment, such as singers, dancers and more each afternoon and evening, there is much more going on. The fair runs Wednesday through Sunday, August 24-28, at the Roger K. Everitt Fairgrounds, South County Park, 1207 Route 179 …

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Freudenberg Performance Materials Introduces Freudenberg Friction Inserts

WEINHEIM, Germany – August 11, 2022 – Freudenberg Performance Materials presents Freudenberg friction inserts to trade visitors at WindEnergy, the leading trade fair for the international wind energy industry. Freudenberg Friction Inserts are a unique technology aimed at increasing the power density of wind turbines. Freudenberg Performance Materials will welcome …

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The best places to buy crafts online

Nothing beats a visit to a DIY store! Whether you’re visiting your local store or browsing for craft supplies online, this is a chance to indulge your creative passions by discovering the latest craft trends, stocking your craft supplies, shopping a new craft kit or trying a new hobby, like …

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Australian campaign to recycle tires for the benefit of textiles | News about materials and production

Australian campaign to recycle tires for the benefit of textiles | Materials and Production News | New Other publications from MCL News & Media © 2008 – 2022 MCL News and Media Interested in advertising? Just call us Sales: …

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Quilts, crafts, art and more at the Los Alamos County Fair – Los Alamos Reporter

Claire Swinhoe’s quilt made with unusual and intriguing patterned fabrics from Australia won a Grand Champion Reserve, First Place and Special Quilt Award at the Los Alamos County Fair. Photo by Mayor O’Neill/losalamosreporter.com This amazing painting, ‘Worry’, by Rai Ferrell won Best of the Best in the Creative Arts Division. …

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More sex abuse charges for San Jose martial arts instructor

SAN JOSE — A martial arts studio owner charged in June with sexually assaulting one of his students has since been charged with several other counts after three other people came forward to allege they had also assaulted by him, according to court records. Ernest Joseph Ramirez, 54, appeared in …

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Former driving instructor and Girling employee turns 100

A CWMBRAN woman who spent World War II checking aircraft parts at the Girlings factory, before teaching people to drive in the town, celebrates her 100th birthday today, Friday. Constance King, known as Connie, was born in 1922 at Gelli Rhewa Farm in Garndiffaith. One of the highlights of his …

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Poway Arts and Crafts Guild struggles to find visitors for craft market

The Poway Arts and Crafts Guild Craft Market, held in Old Poway Park, had to move earlier this month from a busy area of ​​the park to the Burger Factory Promenade behind the building. Since the restaurant took over the visible areas for outdoor dining, local artisans have struggled to …

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Gigi Hadid plays with mismatched patterns in a cropped knit top and Converse – Footwear News

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Footwear News may receive an affiliate commission. Gigi Hadid amped up classic jeans and sneakers with a fun top and accessories. The model stepped out Wednesday night in New York with her friend, Leah McCarthy. …

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Cork women share their passion for their craftsmanship

CORK Craft Month, coordinated by Cork Craft & Design, takes place throughout August. Featuring the best of contemporary Irish craftsmanship, over 50 workshops, artist talks, markets and demonstrations, it will take place across the city and county of Cork. You can see everything from a crochet flower demonstration in the …

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Nike ISPA’s Sense Flyknit Sneaker Comes With A Wild Range Of Patterns

Nike’s ISPA division consistently delivers some of the most extravagant sneakers you’ve ever seen. Soon they will be joined by the ISPA Sense Flyknit, which looks soft but should pack a punch. A full breakdown of the sneaker’s capabilities has yet to be leaked, but the futuristic sneaker appears to …

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Arts and crafts that are great for relieving stress

College students often feel stressed. You may feel the pressure to succeed in your studies and extracurricular activities and feel like you are constantly juggling everything. This pressure can lead to severe levels of stress! Fortunately, arts and crafts are great ways to relieve stress. Here are some ideas if …

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Sustainable materials in addition to recycled plastic bottles

A few years ago, Mary Bemis was rummaging through her closet, trying to unload some items on a popular resale site. Reading the labels, she noticed that everything she sold was made of polyester, a material commonly used in clothing that is usually petroleum-based. In other words: it’s a form …

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