high tech pointe shoes – ###### THIS IS A PATTERN NOT THE FINISHED ITEM! #######YOU HAVE PERMISSION TO SELL FINISHED ITEMS BUT NOT THE PATTERN!This are beautiful crochet baby shoes a perfect item for every little princess, also makes a perfect gift for a baby.. It is very easy to make ! Pattern includes a lot of photos and it is very easy to read and understand.Materials: I use yarn for babies, 49% cotton, 51 acryl (Kartopu – pamuklu bebe yarn) Crochet hook size (3 mm or 3.25mm) or size needed to obtain gauge• 0-4 months = 3,5 inch or 9 cm• 4-8 months = 4 inch or 10 cm• 8-12 months = 4.3 inch or 11 cmAbbreviations: ch = chain sl st = slip stitch st = stitch sts = stitches sc = single crochet sc2tog = single crochet decrease hdc = half double crochet hdc2tog = half double crochet decrease dc = double crochet Pattern is written in PDF format, so you will need to download a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader. For this pattern you will receive 1 PDF file.#### This is the listing for PATTERN only, not a finished product.#####Note: Follow us for news and promoting codes on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elifine-designs/310155942493167?fref=tsTwitter: https://twitter.com/ElifinedesignsIf you have some suggestion, ideas or wishes please feel free to contact me elifinedesigns [!at] gmail.com Thank You !
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Through several years of Stars 2000s rehearsals lies a lair beneath the rehearsal room, home to many of the costumes which have clothed Diablo Theatre Company’s young “Stars 2000” actors. As the clickety-clack sound of dancing shoes can be heard from above during rehearsal, there’s a frenzy below of loading up costumes to take to Diablo Valley College, where Stars 2000 will stage “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” from July 25 to Aug. 3. Longtime costume designer Carol Edlinger knows the routine well, raising her children in dance and musical theater high tech pointe shoes. Edlinger, who’s good friends with Diane Kamrin, Stars 2000 producer and musical director, thought it was only natural to work behind the scenes, putting the sewing skills she’s cultivated since childhood to good use..
Edlinger and co-costume designer Jane Yuen Corich have worked together to put the Midas touch on the costumes for “Millie,” a musical set in 1922 Manhattan. “We didn’t create anything new but we’ve repurposed them,” said Edlinger, who costumed for Acalanes High School productions while her children attended there high tech pointe shoes. She said clothes are sometimes specially made for productions, but several pieces are borrowed or rented from other companies. “Everything we touch has to have some alterations done to it,” Edlinger said..
Corich knew about Stars 2000 through associate producer Ellen Smith, a career counselor at Las Lomas High School in Walnut Creek, where Corich’s children attend. “I was always impressed with the production that Stars 2000 put on at Las Lomas’ theater,” said Corich, a Walnut Creek resident. “One day, while talking to her about an upcoming production, I said, ‘I can sew; do you ever need help? She looked at me in such a way I knew I was going to be roped in.” high tech pointe shoes.