Flower Embroidered Iron

June 13, 2005 by  
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Question about denim embroidery?

OK, I bought this game for butterflies and flowers embroidered jeans for my daughter. No license to laugh. Anyway, I do not understand. I bought this game and white wine with the transfer of all elements of design and silk. and instructions. Well, I assumed that your point of silk. What do you do? I'm not understanding. Am I supposed to cut and then you iron the jeans? If I do that the target is bound to show through for when I finished stitchin. Image, it appears that only tissue then no white support. ?? I do not know what to do. Any help would be appreciated. You can send me an email, so if you need. Thank you. I have to can of these lol ... Thanks ... jaja .. yeah .. Sheesh directions ..

Cut out the transfer you want to use. Organize jeans and decide where you want the transfer is. Iron in the place where you want the transfer to be jeans are hot and have no wrinkles. Place face down on the transfer of jeans and put the plate in the top If the transfer. No "iron" - ie not move the iron in both direction. This can foul the transfer. "Press" in place. Pressing the means to end the iron on transfer paper, leaving sit for a few seconds (time enough to burn off the transfer paper), pick it up and put it back in another part of the transfer (always assuming that the transfer is that large.) then white washed.

The Dolomites of Italy

Residents of the region of Alto Adige in Italy, you say that you can not claim to be true lovers of the mountain, If you have not seen the Dolomites. For while all the mountain scenery is beautiful in its way, the Dolomites are like a precious old ring family - have something more. Perhaps his position in the heart of Europe, or it may be shades of pink sunsets caused by the fact that Once courses are pink coral seabed 25 million years. Perhaps it is the host of the history and the history they played witness, invasions and exodus, as the gateway and Austria. The colors of the Dolomites, which is similar to an enchanted garden: the cool, green meadows framed by dark green forests, mountains rose on the white of the glaciers on the mountains and the sky looks like a cut fabric the outline of sharp peaks on the blue sky and white clouds of cotton candy.

Merano is a geographic anomaly. Mainly German language, which seems to belong in neighboring Austria, but is 70 miles inside Italy, a consequence of the redefinition of borders after World War II, Street I. Many signs are bilingual, but the Germans and Austrians, Merano is still Meran. The architecture of the region is decidedly Tyrolean, with balconies wrought iron to make room for the classic wooden carved features of the Austrian Alps and Switzerland, a change in the form of church steeples which is almost Byzantine, and the food leans toward the neighboring northern Italy instead of traditional Italian dishes.

Passirio divided by the river which flows into the Adige, the city of 32,000 residents combines buildings with red roofs, porches, historic churches and parks embroidery flowers. Overlooking the Riverwalk is the Kurbad built in 1914, opening in September 2005, offering a full range of sulfur and radon baths, clay masks, saunas and swimming pools.

Merano, which traces its history as a settlement of 2,000 years before Jesus Christ, is nestled in the intersection of four valleys mountains to spread the plaque reduction in the Alps. Its protected location, about 1,000 meters above sea level and protected from the north, east and west, Merano a climate mild enough to cultivate vineyards and palm trees, oleander and fruit trees that blossom against a backdrop of snowy peaks.

Merano was already famous in the1500s to heal "milk" in the spring and "cures of grapes in the fall for digestive disorders. These remedies recovery maintains a constant flow of tourists to the region, particularly in the 1800s when "Sissi" Empress of Austria loved, loved these cures. Subsequently, Merano was ravaged by the Second World War and the tourism sector has not return until sometime in the 1960s. For me, the magic of Merano is the beauty of its historic square and pedestrian areas, including bordered coffees of the river on one side and the green park on the other. We enjoyed a wonderful lunch with a dessert ice cream lasts was almost too good to eat, while listening to the sound of the river and admire the 360 degree view of the mountains. Later, he tried to lose deserved a few calories walking on the opposite side of a public park.

Among the many holiday homes is just the beautiful castle of Castello located Labers on a hill looking down on the vineyards and into the Alps. For many years the history of Castle Labers remained shrouded in mystery. A castle was built in the 11th century, was owned by the family Stapf-Neubert in 1885. During the Second World War, however, has been used by a working group of the SS to launder counterfeit books. "Operation Bernhard", as it was called, was a plan to enrich the Third Reich and undermine the British economy by counterfeiting mass of the pound sterling and, finally, the exchange of counterfeit reality. At that time, the owners of the castle, Stapf-Neubert family were forced to exit. They took refuge with their neighbors for the duration operation and are not allowed access to the castle. Then, as suddenly as they arrived, the SS group disappeared in 1945. Apparently, Colonel Friedrich Schwendi, the brain, was arrested by U.S. intelligence-cons and avoid prosecution by becoming an informant for Allies. After a year in this role, he and his wife have left Europe with false passports and moved to Lima, Peru, where the end account, has lived his life in the air for free.

When Stapf-Neubert family pulled back after the exodus of the Nazis, they do not know what to expect. It is not surprising that a new investigation, it appeared that the Germans have managed to take just almost everything. In subsequent years, the family dedicated workers to dig through the walls of the basement of the castle, wondering if he could hiding one of the books of counterfeit or anything that might shed light on this fascinating piece of history. Ultimately, all they could find two cards from a deck of cards, determined by archaeologists have been used in recreational by German troops.

The castle has been a hotel since 1885, surrounded by vineyards, and that's where we ventured out to enjoy a weekend Dolomites (Dolomiti). The door opens into a large concourse of pikes and muskets on the wall and the arches leading to a stone staircase with iron railing. The dining room is decorated by a grand piano and classical music floated in the corridors, with the food delicious smell when we entered. Our room was "Extra-wide, large enough to swallow large wooden beds, tables and a wardrobe that once may have served knights and damsels, in contrast with a modern bathroom. The view was impressive. We gave the chapel, which was originally used as a chapel, then converted into a billiard room in 1890 and again in a quaint Catholic chapel in 1990 for services used in the Saturday night. Beyond him was a view from the terrace, with its white umbrellas shading tables iron carved chairs with cushions and August. And beyond that, it is still a spectacular view of the Alps, Val d'Ultimo and the Dolomites. Incredibly romantic and perfect for couples, the castle is also surprising "for children." Our children enjoyed playing chess in the dining room next Tail of the piano and Sunday I had the opportunity to play tennis, ping-pong, pool, before hiking in the possession of the castle.

The 35 other rooms Castello Schloss Labers rooms and also retained a medieval air. There were vaulted ceilings, heavy beams and decorated rooms with pine and chestnut. The floors creaked corridor and under the red carpet was the wide granite stairway. Dinner that evening was elegant. A princely atmosphere mahogany vaulted ceilings which resembled an inverted ship Scandinavian reveal the roots of the family Stapf-Neubert Danish and taste in ornamentation. We started with spargel weissem lasagnette MIT Prager Schinken, or rather Italian With lasagnette asparaghi Bianchi, prosciutto di Praga, or if you prefer the English spelling, Lasagna with white asparagus and ham from Prague. We continue with shrimp curry potatoes and pineapple Roasted Cauliflower and finished with lemon sorbet. Our options, including other mixed taste of Italian cuisine and Tyrol, as befits the area. The dinner was accompanied by wine label Castillo Schiava di Merano, a product of its own vineyards surrounding the property and are grown for their Joerg owners and niece Beatrice Stapf.

In fact, one of the great advantages of this region is the large number of fine wines. We sampled some Claudia Enoteca in the Piazza del Duomo: a delicate Chardonnay 2003, San Miguel Eppan, a more robust Südtirol-Alto Adige Sylvaner Eisacktaler 2004 just as tasty wine the same grapes Muller Thurgau 2001. Then, the red wines, a San Magdalener Südtirol Classic 2004 and a reserve Südtiroler Grieser Lagrein Dunkel was excellent.

Our second dinner in Merano, a significant change since the beginning has been enjoyed in Kallmünz Restaurants in the center of the city of Piazza Rena. It's a combination Italian and Japanese cuisine, very unusual in the region, but surprisingly acclaimed local population. Luigi Chief Ottaiano has partnered with three Japanese collaborators to produce a menu that combines fresh ingredients with an Italian flavor Japanese and an elegant presentation in a modern and minimalist. Pate di asparagi appreciated Salsa Con Alicante e pan brioche agli asparagi, given the panel Taglierini Quaglia and Sugo di asparagi, Ravioli di Piselli Seppia With Ragu di, di Petto Faraona farcito alle erbe Lattuga With brasata Roman and diamond alle erbe di Baker aromatiche With Capperi and cipollotti. Our dinner was accompanied by white wine, a sauvignon Graf von Meran, directly vineyards of Merano, was splendid.

Alternatively more traditional, also cheered by the local population, but we have not had the chance to prove, would be Leiter AmWaal in the nearby town of Plars / Algund. A typical Tyrolean menu enjoyed a historic dining room.

Once you have relaxed in a local spa, finished with the pool Castello Schloss Labers, and you're ready for adventure, get into the car and drive from Merano to Bolzano. There, following signs to Canazei, Arabba and and, finally, Cortina D'Ampezzo, you're surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Around each hairpin stage, and they are many, another spectacular scene awaited. We fired at least ten roles in film, and only showing incredible restraint. In May, the foliage is literally an explosion, fields of grass, used by thousands of wildflowers - yellow, purple and white. suspended fragile alpine chalet cliff, as if they belonged nearer heaven, earth, mountains covered with glaciers in the background, pastures and vineyards in the foreground. Then, just after Arabba Cortina and the Dolomites painted pink, still tinged with snow, hard and tough cutting the blue sky. The people will tell you that the drive is 2 hours. Please Please count on 5. This full day experience. Come armed with a picnic. When you arrive in Cortina D'Ampezzo, have a ice and look in stores. Try to exercise restraint and prices are almost as high as the mountain. Then make your way back to Merano in northern route is most often rapid two-track "road." You just have time to take a shower and dinner.

If you lucky enough to have one more day, a great learning experience for children involves the inspection of these "old" as we affectionately called. The old man, known as "Iceman" mummy is 5,300 years old, found in 1991 by German hikers on their honeymoon. They found emerging from a melting glacier in the Tyrolean mountains. Scientists have not yet determined whether it was of Alpine origin, or simply trying cross the Alps. His team and one of his last meals seem to come from the lowland valleys, nearer Verona. A new forensic in 2001 showed that, apparently, was wounded in the shoulder by an arrow shortly before his death. Was it an ambush? Was it an accident the hunting? War? The figure has been accompanied by a flint dagger, a copper ax, a quiver of arrows tipped with flint, shoes, remnants of his clothing and a bearskin hat. It is a fascinating exhibition for the whole family, but children in particular will be in awe of this magnificent find.

As family destinations go, Merano is clearly one of our favorites. There is something for every family member, whatever their level energy or mood. When you're surrounded by the Dolomites, all other pleasures are secondary.

About the Author

Denise Hummel is a native of New York, who moved to Italy with her husband and children.
She directs a public relations/ communications business focused on intercultural issues."

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