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beverlyhillsgang · 4 months ago
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thatgirlgames · 17 days ago
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Most of the art I see about the ship I love with Uraraka and Bakugo is just-
“I hate the ship. But I like the art.”
People need to learn that saying that can hurt the artist in that way?
It can make them feel bad, unmotivated to create more of what they love.
Please, think before you comment on someone’s art about their favorite ships. You may not like the ship, but if you like the art.
Just comment how lovely it is. Don’t just smash in how you hate the ship. It can make the artist feel less about their works.
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reelbigshitshow · 2 years ago
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Reminder: at all times, we're all still learning!
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ariminiria · a month ago
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I can't believe staff deleted all of their initial @/postplus blog posts and just pretended that the survey and the encouragement-of-illegal-fanfic-monetization backlash never happened. As if they don't know how their own site works?? As if those now-deleted posts aren't still floating around in 100,000 different reblog chains and even more mocking screenshots?? As if we, the gremlin userbase of this hellsite would ever forget how they initially approached the whole mess???
And yeah, the posts are back now, but the damage is done. We all saw that.
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wiirocku · 10 days ago
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Psalm 28:7 (NLT) - The LORD is my strength and shield.    I trust Him with all my heart. He helps me, and my heart is filled with joy.    I burst out in songs of thanksgiving.
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wastelesscrafts · a month ago
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Visible Mending
Introduction:
Visible mending is a decorative way to fix up an item. Instead of trying to make your mend as invisible as possible, the idea is to make it part of the garment's design.
Visual mending is not a single technique: it's more of a mindset. If you've got an item you love, it deserves to be mended, and if you're going to put that love into stitches, why not show them off?
That being said, there are some specific techniques that are popular with visible menders. Let's take a look!
Sashiko:
Sashiko is a type of traditional Japanese embroidery that is used to both decorate and reinforce fabric. In visible mending, sashiko is often used to cover up holes with patches or to reinforce thinning fabric. This technique uses a variation on the running stitch.
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(Image source) [ID: sashiko stitch diagram: the distance between each stitch is 1/2 stitch in length.]
Some resources on sashiko:
SashiCo on YouTube: sashiko livestreams and information on the cultural aspect of sashiko.
Written tutorial by Upcycle Stitches.
Free sashiko templates by TheSpruceCrafts.
Fixing jeans with sashiko by Soluna Collective.
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(Image source) [ID: three examples of sashiko embroidery on jeans fabric.]
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(Image source) [ID: sashiko embroidery with white thread on blue jeans fabric.]
Embroidery:
Regular embroidery is also a popular technique to accentuate your mends. Check out my embroidery 101 post to learn how to get started. You can embroider patches, or use embroidery to hide or accentuate any stitches you've made to fix holes. Embroidery's also a great way to cover up stains.
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(Image source) [ID: colourful embroidery floss covers a worn sleeve edge of a jeans jacket]
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(Image source) [ID: colourful flower embroidery surrounds a hole in a pair of dark gray jeans. Fabric with a red and black flower print peaks out of the hole.]
Patches:
There are many ways to add patches to a garment. My tutorial on patches is a good place to start if you want to make custom-shaped patches to sew on top of your fabric. You can also sew your patch on the inside of your garment and have it peek out from beneath the hole you're trying to fix. Fun ideas for this are lace or superheroes.
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(Image source) [ID: Spiderman peaking out of a rip in a pair of blue jeans.]
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(Source) [ID: a red flannel heart-shaped elbow patch on a gray knitted sweater.]
Darning:
Darning is a technique used to repair holes in fabric by using running stitches to weave extra fabric over the hole as to fill it up again. While traditionally darning is done in an invisible way by using the same colour of thread as your fabric, you can also use contrasting colours to accentuate your fix. Check out this written tutorial on darning by TheSpruceCrafts.
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(Image source) [ID: vintage instructions on how to darn a hole.]
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(Image source) [ID: four examples of darning on blue fabric with colourful contrasting thread.]
Conclusion:
Visible mending is a creative way to fix up your clothes and give them some personality at the same time.
You should be proud of the fact that you took the time and learned the necessary skills needed to mend your clothes! Show off what you did!
A fun side effect of wearing these obvious mends is that people will notice them. They'll remember your fixes the next time they're faced with a hole in their wardrobe, and it will make them more likely to try it for themselves.
These are just a few ways to visibly mend your garments. Want more inspiration? Check out Pinterest or r/Visiblemending on Reddit.
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fjordfocused · 2 months ago
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so i decided to look more into Tumblr’s latest bad idea, the +Post subscription service, and I’d like to share with you my favorite bit of bad decision making:
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absolutely incredible. we can steal the entire content of the post just by copy-pasting the post itself in a reblog. both original and stolen content in one entity. post-modernism. absurdist. ceci n'est pas une original content.
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goobra · 7 days ago
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(telling my friend about my huge balls) hey you're not going to tell your cousin, superstar nicki minaj, about my huge balls, right?
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my-darling-boy · 6 days ago
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Krux is something I find under a park bench sifting sadly through and empty bag of crisps and I take him home
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little-bi-biscuit · 18 days ago
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hey can u please take a moment to stop scrolling and watch this
even if u cant do anything personally this info needs to be known so please boost this
link to the tiktok
link to their bio
link to the website they mention
link to their instagram
and here’s some article links to what’s talked about in the video x x x x x
edit: there’s another version of the post with image and video descriptions and more info pls reblog that it’s my pinned post
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wiirocku · a month ago
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Romans 15:13 (NIV) - May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.
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