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TWC News – Triad – Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point 0

TWC News – Triad – Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point

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Norfolk 7-Eleven robbed at gunpoint late Tuesday 0

Norfolk 7-Eleven robbed at gunpoint late Tuesday

Norfolk, Va. Norfolk Police are looking for two men who robbed a 7-Eleven in the 3800 block of Granby Street on Tuesday night. Police say they received a 911 call from the store shortly after midnight.

Detectives say two armed, masked men wearing dark clothing entered the store and demanded money. The employee complied and the men fled with an undisclosed amount of cash before police arrived. Both men are described as black males, approximately 6 tall.

One had a red bandana covering his face and the other had a black bandana covering his face.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

Getting crafty with hessian 0

Getting crafty with hessian

Hessian was invented to be the most practical of fabrics, so when you picture sacks 1 , upholstery webbing or sandbags 2 , it s hardly a glamorous textile. However, recently decorators, set-dressers and crafters have all been telling us the same thing: hessian 3 is the ultimate vintage material. Forties style for events and sets If you ve ever been to an event like the North Norfolk Railway s fantastic 1940s weekend 4 then you ll have undoubtedly seen some hessian 5 helping set the scene, from sandbags in doorways to sacks for good old-fashioned farm fresh produce.

As a natural and durable fabric, it was also used by the armed forces for camouflage for anything from tanks to tin helmets. Set-dressers and vintage enthusiasts alike now use it to recreate this period, before plastics and polythenes took over. A versatile crafting fabric With the idea of make do and mend and digging for victory being so wholeheartedly embraced in the 21st century, it s no wonder that hessian has become part of the popular vintage style.

Sites like Pinterest 6 offer thousands of ideas for craft projects using hessian, from shabby chic home accessories to beautiful wedding decorations. It s tough enough to be used for upholstery, perfect for crafts like rag-rugging and embroidery, and also fits perfectly with neutral and natural decor schemes. Here in the Jones & Cane office, we ve decided to give this hessian wreath project 7 a go whether you see photos of the finished product here on the blog will depend on our creative skills!

Hessian can be made surprisingly pretty. Country-style wedding decor Another area that seems to have embraced using jute or hessian cloth is wedding planning 8 there s no end to the ideas online, from table runners to bags for favours to bunting to floral displays. If your wedding s outdoors, in a barn, or just has a vintage theme, there s so much that can be done with a bit of hessian and some imagination.

Try this lovely site 9 for ideas. So not only is hessian practical and fashionable, it s also available off the shelf here at Jones & Cane. We sell it by the metre, as sacks, or as sandbags.

Why not visit us 10 to see our range, which also includes natural strings and decorative papers that could help you create something really pretty.

You can also order online 11 or over the phone on 01603 722264.

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