Get Your Sewing Organized.Written by Cyd Klein
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Don’t have a sewing cabinet, can’t get an Armoire on top of your Volkswagen? Not to worry. Get a free standing shelf from Home Depot, one of those metal ones that bolt together and Voila’ you have a sewing room (better hide your scissors though).
Ok, Ok, you live in an efficiency apartment and have no extra wall space. Umm, guess you will have to use kitchen or dining room table after all. But that doesn’t give you permission to be disorganized. So, find ways to keep all your sewing stuff in one place. Trudge back to that thrift store and look for an old picnic basket, you know ones with extra compartments. Your notions will be in one place and portable. Check around for one of those nifty plastic thingies that rolls under bed. You could fit a lot of fabric and notions in there. “ Who are you kidding; I know you’ve been hoarding fabric sister. ”
As a last resort, store your clothes with your husbands in his closet. Make room by giving some of his stuff to Thrift store. (they will appreciate that, even if he won't). Now that you have an empty closet put up some closet shelves, drill some holes, stack fabric and .....hide scissors. Copyright Reserved by Cyd Klein Enterprises
Cyd Klein has 21 years experience sewing for others. Her vocation is designing and manufacturing Costumes which are then marketed locally and on-line at http://www.nbr-1-costumes.com. Ms Klein also maintains a sewing help site at http://www.sew-help-me.com
Is digital photography expensive?Written by Jakob Jelling
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Looking into price index in a little more detail reveals more facts! SLR (single-lens reflex) digital cameras have attained quite a price shedding with invention and market release of digital cameras like Canon's EOS Digital Rebel, an SLR priced below $1000, perhaps very first of its kind. Even with certain add on into digital camera that even add to price a bit more, still Rebel cost remains about $600 below its flanking competitors. However comvention has it that these standard digital cameras cost around $2500 to $4,000.
In an effort to find out reasons behind such soaring high prices, research reveals that digital camera sensors are, for all intents and purposes, computer chips. The bigger computer chip, more likely it is for errors. The reason remains that a single blemish in silicon wafer may reduce to rubble an entire chip. Thus random flaw increases with size of wafer. This is exact reason why costly chips like Intel Pentiums processors are basically not bigger than 20mm square and can be also manufactured in greater volumes. Yet with reduction in size prices soar up and this proves high costs of digital cameras.
Thus it becomes clear from this discussion that a predetermined mind set is required when approaching for purchasing a device like digital camera. This discussion provides an overview of price ranges of good digital cameras, but a person must identify his or her own needs and preferences and have an open mind but with some notion of what a good but should be, and cost of digital camera would be a guaranteed perfection!
Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.snapjunky.com. Visit his digital camera guide and learn how to take better pictures with your digicam.