Monthly Archives: September 2010

Selecting the best colour clothing

Three natural colours are the best guides for choosing the colours of your clothes and cosmetics. They are hair colour, complexion and colour and eye colour. Of these, the first, the original natural colour of the hair, is the most … Continue reading

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Inspiration for embroidery designs

There the process of designing your own pieces of embroidery may start with deciding on a particular project you want to make, such as a panel, a bag or an item of clothing, or grow out of a design idea from … Continue reading

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The importance of colour in our clothing

Colour is important; it effects how you feel and how people respond to us. Industries used stimulating colours to increase production, hospitals use soothing colours to enhance recuperation, advertisers employ eye-catching colours to entice us to buy their products. Researchers … Continue reading

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Emboidery Sewing Machines

A sewing machine is one of the most creative embroidery tools at your disposal. You do not need to spend a fortune on the latest model is even a basic machine can produce a wide range of wonderful effects. To ensure … Continue reading

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Top 10 Best Ever Wet T-shirt Pics

In 10th place    In 9th place    In 8th place    In 7th place    In 6th place    In 5th place    In 4th place    In 3rd place    In 2nd place    and finally Number 1 

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What makes a woman a good dresser? What makes you turn around and stare when she passes? She may not be exceptionally beautiful, she may not wear the most expensive clothes or jewellery, yet her appearance is pleasing, she looks … Continue reading

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Embroidery techniques

There has been a great upsurge of interest and innovation in the art of embroidery in recent years. Modern embroiderers have a new, experimental attitude to their art and use a wide variety of fabrics and threads, some of them far from … Continue reading

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