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  1. I’ve often worried about the insulation of Kasia’s head. Now I feel much better. 🙂
    That picture of your grandma is lovely.

  2. Hey Cristen! So happy to be put up near your lovely creations..as you`re the one who has inspired me to begin with!Good luck on yet another amazing initiative! Much Love,Mia 🙂

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    • You can iron plastic bags to form a thick, waterproof material that can be sewn together like fabric. I’ve tried it a few times, but haven’t mastered it yet. It’s pretty neat though, huh?

      Eventually I’ll have a page on my site dedicated to this technique, but for now you can search for “plastic bag fusing” and find a few good tutorials on this method.

      🙂

  4. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have been using plastic bags for a number of years for various bags, rugs. But never to the extent that you have. You are a true artist. lsm

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