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Instructions for Making A London Shade

27th October 2008
(From the Making Roman Shades series) One of my favorite styles of roman shades is the london shade. The london shade has softness that offers a traditional feel, but can be incorporated into any room and style. London shades are often seen as london sh... Read >
Author: Jenny T.

Answering Your Carpet Questions

27th August 2008
There is little doubt that you know what a carpet is but do you know all of the different types of carpets that are out on the market? There is quite a bit of history attached to carpets and it may surprise you to find out how long they have been around a... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Olive oil, your anti aging secret

06th July 2008
Olive oil is oil which produced from olea europea, a traditional plant of Mediterranean. Olive oil can be used for cook, cosmetic, medicine, and soap. Olive oil is good for your health because it is contains polygene and oleic. Because of its existence th... Read >
Author: wina

Lost Wax Casting Process

06th May 2008
Lost Wax Casting is known as Cire Perdue in French. It is a process in which an artist's sculpture is used to cast bronze. The Lost Wax Casting method is also known as Investment Casting in the modern industrial world. This is a very ancient method used f... Read >
Author: Kent Klein

Acrylic Fabric

25th April 2008
The acrylic fabric is a type of fabric made from acrylic fibers, and was first manufactured by the DuPont Company. Now DuPont no longer manufactures acrylic fabric, but it is still widely manufactured throughout the world it does use a chemically produced... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The Different Types Of Cashmere Knitting Yarn Available

19th February 2008
There are different types of the knitting yarns available, among them cashmere is a light weighted and soft yarn. This yarn is obtained from goats and these are knows Pashmina. This yarn is the softest wool among all the yarns and therefore it is the most... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

New And Unusual Knitting Yarns

27th March 2007
In days gone by, yarn was obtained locally. It was usually hand-dyed, of high quality and unique. Things changed, and knitters bought branded yarns that were chemically dyed, of regular though unremarkable quality and were the same the world over. Thank h... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Palladium Jewelry: The Affordable Treasure

07th September 2006
There is a new jewelry metal on the horizon palladium. As a platinum group metal, palladium offers customers a host of benefits that white gold and platinum can't touch. Are customers ready for a white metal that is less expensive than platinum and hypo... Read >
Author: Patrick Altoft

Towel Selection - a brief guide to choosing towels.

05th January 2006
Choosing the right towel at the right price isn't that easy these days... a quick search for "towels" on the internet, shows us the huge array of textiles, styles, finishes and weights of towel that are available...With so much choice now, how can anyone... Read >
Author: Dom Serl

An overview of commonly used materials in interior design

10th December 2005
Every interior space has some unique qualities attached to it. If you have visited a natural outdoor space like a forest, you will notice thousands of varieties of "textures" in the form of wooden barks, leaves, ground surfaces, stones, water etc... ... Read >
Author: Shrinivas Vaidya

How to Use Senna for Constipation Relief

12th July 2005
It is known that Egyptians used senna tea to relieve constipation. This tea is used for medium conditions of constipation. It is the chemicals anthraquinones that provide its strong action on your colon walls. It is readily available in health food stores... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva
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