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  • in reply to: Needles and needle tool #104040

    flyingbearkim
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    Thank you for the needle info. That does help! I always loved the lambing season when we lived near two different ag universities. It was a must visit for my family every year!

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Wire for legs #103914

    flyingbearkim
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    Thank you Teresa, That should have said a long time ago… lol

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Felting over a form #54866

    flyingbearkim
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    I don’t think that people like that need to occupy any space in your head. It is always going to be something, because some people just aren’t willing to give praise and admiration where it should be given. I know “Easy for me to say!” I tend to do the same thing. Many many people are wonderful, but the one that isn’t sticks in your head. Perhaps you could be felting in process while at the show, or even have a display of the steps involved. I would not cut one in half. They are too precious. Try to focus on the wonderful people you met and the folks who appreciate your talent! Pray for peace in your head and your heart <3

    Kim Harrington

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Membership increase #51485

    flyingbearkim
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    Can you check and let me know?

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Membership increase #51484

    flyingbearkim
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    I did what the video said to do, but it still looked like a new membership. It said it would renew on today’s date next year. I hope I didn’t do something wrong…

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Membership increase #51442

    flyingbearkim
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    Thank you Teresa! I’ll be upgrading…

    Definitely happy with the academy, and I might as well upgrade now while it is still $250!!

    Kim | Washington | USA

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  • in reply to: Preparing Wool from Shearing to Felting #51441

    flyingbearkim
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    Wow! That’s a ton of great information Teresa! I haven’t been reading these general forum questions, and I am finding all sorts of great stuff here. Wishing I had read some of them sooner LOL…

    Kim | Washington | USA

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  • in reply to: Membership increase #51429

    flyingbearkim
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    I have the same question as Rhonda. I was under the understanding that my monthly membership would allow me to upgrade at the $250 annual rate anytime as long as I remain a member, but the latest email seems to indicate that the rate will go up for current monthly members. I am confused.

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Organizing Your Felting Materials #51347

    flyingbearkim
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    I am in awe! Now I need to transfer this info to the other “Collections” in my hobby/design rooms!!! Love it.

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: A couple of my favorite places to shop #51305

    flyingbearkim
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    Wow thank you for the great websites!

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: wire armature #51278

    flyingbearkim
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    Teresa this seems to be a question that is asked by a lot of people. Would you be willing to make a little tiny video of the ways that you solve this issue? Kim H.

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: What Course Should I make next? #49719

    flyingbearkim
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    I really want to make my Bichon Frise Petey! He is precious and would be fun to work on. I have done one person, but she isn’t realistic… not much face. She does have beautiful long hair, dress, and flower in her hair.

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Smooth Finishing #49657

    flyingbearkim
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    I know this is a bit contrary, but I don’t mind having fuzzies and softness to my little pieces. I have never really even tried to get them as solid or smooth as in the video. I suppose that is what is really necessary if you are doing extremely fine detail like the giraffe. I am more concerned about the problem I have with the legs getting too stout and not looking as cute. I know that it’s the wrong course, I am going to talk about my piggy! His whole character is different than yours Teresa. Yours seems cute and whimsical, while mine looks not so cute. If I can ever figure out how to reduce my pictures I’ll post some of them. Anyway, thank you for being so responsive and answering all of the many questions you must get! I am enjoying this journey too! Kim

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Laughing Smile Tutorial #48735

    flyingbearkim
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    That smile gives them a whole personality! I love it!!!

    Kim | Washington | USA

  • in reply to: Organizing Your Felting Materials #48721

    flyingbearkim
    Participant

    I love the one that looks like a shoe organizer! It is functional and pretty!!!

    Kim | Washington | USA

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