New York's Teardrop: John Craven tracks down a forgotten monument to the 9/11 victims By John Craven PUBLISHED: 17:00 GMT, 19 November 2012 | UPDATED: 18:00 GMT, 19 November 2012 About 50 million people visit New York every year and more than eight million live there but no one seems to have heard of The Teardrop...which is odd because it is a 100ft tall, 175-ton memorial to those who died on the city's blackest day.
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Tutorial: Camera Strap Cover with Lens Cap Pocket I know, I know . . . there are a ton of these tutorials out there but I thought I'd share how I made these anyways! I really like making these since they're easy, fairly quick to make, and another great way to use up scraps. Very comfy too!
Fabric Art Wall Hanging Download this Project Inspired by "Positively Charming" from designer Tari Colby Project Makers: Elizabeth Stumbo and Jill Abeloe Mead 6—18x22" rectangles (fat quarters) assorted black-and-white prints (plaques) 12x36x3/4" stretched artist’s canvas 12x16x3/4" stretched artist’s canvas 9x12x3/4" stretched artist’s canvas 6x12x3/4" stretched artist’s canvas 7-1/2 yards 3/4"-wide ribbon (optional) Staple gun and staples Fabric glue (optional) Finished plaques: 12x36x3/4", 12x16x3/4", 9x12x3/4", and 6x12x3/4" Quantities are for 44/45"-wide, 100% cotton fabrics. Measurements include 1/4" seam allowances.
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