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arlee

Well, he's got character! :}

Stephanie from Va Bch

I can certainly tell you it looks much better than my first (ok fine, and second) one. You know, you are really a great beader-don't resist it!!!

kim

Actually, I rather like your starfish.

Stephanie from Va Bch

OK, bead advice: I too made those and am convinced there is no perfect way to do it...you know how they alter pictures of women in movie star magazines? I am convinced they do the same in bead magazines!!!

If you used the same pattern as I did, it advises you to do the bottom half of each leg first, then go back through and do the decreases in the tops-I instead do each leg all the way through, it is still a little mangled, but I think it looks better.

I like to tell myself that when copying nature, it can't be perfect because nature isn't...whatever makes me feel better...

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