tenfingergrip wrote:Tks, Inda
Rit's formulas never did give me the same colors that their color chart online showed. I'll give this guy's mixs a try. Glad to have some exact recipes.
Indaswamp wrote:check this out too Tenfinger...
tenfingergrip wrote:Indaswamp wrote:check this out too Tenfinger...
Yep, I saw that when you first posted it. I'm still not convinced that matte finish on the synthetic wrap won't shine in the sunlight. I'll let somebody else be the guinea pig before I invest in enough to do any good on a blind. It may be like that synthetic 'killer weed" I bought several years ago that when I took it outside it shone like a new penny. I tried painting it, dyeing it and never could get the sheen off.
I like the raffia hula skirts I got. They were $.50 each and the adult skirt grass was 27" long when doubled over the cinch twine which gave you two 54" pieces that were looped together and there were between 44 and 50 pairs on each skirt. I really like the fact that the strands aren't all twisted together and hard to untangle like the bulk raffia.
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