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pegasi1978 wrote:I can help a little on that! You just made me pull out an old file I had and upload the pdf to deviantart as I don't know of anywhere else that can host a pdf that size.
Back in my younger days I was working as a paginator/copy editor for the Opelika-Auburn News and The Auburn Bulletin.
One Easter, I was allowed to write the feature story for the Sunday edition (since I was the one who came up with the idea). I also got to write a column to accompany the story. I tried to convince our feature writer to take the week off from his column so I my column could go where his would normally go (this giving me more freedom for the layout), but he couldn't be convinced.
I realize it isn't the best layout and the story could probably be improved (technically it's already a second edition, as I'd interviewed the gentleman before while in college for a class).
If you can't wait/get the file to load: Typically only four or 5 colors are used, first yellow, then light blue or light green, then orange. I don't have colors listed after that, but if you were doing five colors I'd imagine them to be red, then black. The article also mentions a book "Decorating Eggs - Exquisite Designs with Wax and Dye" by Jane Pollak as being helpful when the gentleman was getting started.
RavenSkyfire wrote:Bought some Bulky yarn this weekend and made my husband a beanie. I've never worked with Bulky weight yarn before and I freaking love it!!! Can't wait to make some teddy bears and whatnot with this bulky yarn! It's so soft that it's perfect for making cuddly crocheted animals!!!!
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