here is a larger pictur of my Avatar. I took this picture at the 2006 quilt show in Seattle Washington. I only use the bottom half for avatar.
how do you rotate?
how do you rotate?
You ought to rotate your pictures using your image editing software prior to uploading it to Photobucket....ak rain said:how do you rotate?
It's a small metal easel for displaying pictures or plates. It worked great with my M-edge cover, but the Oberon is weighs just enough more that it doesn't work quite as well. Next time I'm at Michael's or Walmart or wherever, I need to look for one that's a little bigger. Actually, at the dining room table I've found that the top from a Yankee candle jar works well! (But not so great for on a concrete deck...)ak rain said:what are you using as Peal's stand, Oh the thought of a pool it would be nice. we actually reached 40 this week end but there is 2-4 feet if snow still.
Oh I tried ironing it - setting it in orange juice cans - blowing it dry for hours to get it straight - then I went out in the humid air and sproing it went right back to curls - surprising it only took me 50 yrs to realize it wouldn't work huh ... Now I just let it do what it wants - and if I get caught in the rain it only gets curlier But it was miserable having curly hair in the 60's with everyone with their stick straight hairak rain said:I love the curls. I have straight hair, tried to curl and it did not stay. I can remember my cousin ironing her hair to get it straight. its always greener on the other side.
Isn't that the truth? As you can see from my avatar, I have straight hair. Not only is it straight but it's a coarse texture and I have a lot of it...doesn't hold a curl. My mom on the other hand has finer hair that will hold a curl. Thank goodness DD's hair is like her father's...he's Italian and has a bit of a wave to his hair but it's fine so hers holds a curl rather nicelypomlover2586 said:LOL Isn't it funny how you always want what you can't have? If you want straight hair you have curly and vice versa!