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Pink Ballet Shoes designed by louisehenderson - Available printed onto the fabric type of your choice, for purchase by the yard -or- in Fat Quarter (1/4th yard) cuts. ◆PLEASE KEEP READING FOR DETAILS ABOUT OUR FABRIC AND CUT OPTIONS.◆We digitally print each design onto a range of base fabrics, custom to order. We print using eco-friendly, water-based inks on natural and synthetic fiber textiles. No additional chemicals are used in the printing or preparation process.All Spoonflower fabrics are printed in Durham, North Carolina, by a merry group of fabric lovers. All designs in our shop are crafted by independent surface designers who receive a commission on every sale. By ordering from Spoonflower, you help an independent designer earn a living!++ For more information and fabric care instructions, please see our FAQs ++◆◆◆CUT OPTIONS◆◆◆-BY THE YARD: One yard of fabric measures 36 inches (91.44cm) in length. The width of a yard will depend on the type of fabric you choose, please scroll down to see the respective width for each fabric option. We do not offer half yards. We do not print on the selvedge.**Multiple yards will print as a continuous length.**-FAT QUARTER: A fat quarter is a quarter yard of fabric that measures 18 inches x half the width of fabric (a Basic Fat Quarter, for instance, would be a rectangle measuring 18" x 21").-SWATCH: Each of our sample swatches are 8x8 inches. Not sure what fabric type to choose or how the colors will look once printed? Order a sample swatch first!◆◆◆FABRIC OPTIONS◆◆◆You can have the design in the listing photos, custom printed onto your choice of the following fabrics:Basic Cotton - 42” wide - $17.50/yard- 100% combed cotton that is simple, lightweight, and easy to sew- 3.2 oz per square yard (110 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 2-4% in length and width- Appropriate for basic craft projects, simple quilts, and bag liners.Kona Cotton - 42" wide - $19/yard- 100% natural combed cotton fabric with a wide weave that's great for quilting- 4.5 oz per square yard (155 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 2-4% in length and 0-2% in width- Appropriate for quilting, shirting, dresses, window treatments, nursery and home decor.Cotton Poplin - 42” wide - $20/yard- 100% natural cotton fabric with a fine weave and crisp, smooth feel- 3.3 oz per square yard (115 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 2-4% in length and width- Appropriate for quilting, shirting, skirts, dresses, pajamas, and home decor.Organic Cotton Knit - 56" wide - $27/yard- 100% organic cotton knit fabric with a medium weight and cozy feel- 6.3 oz per square yard (215 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 9-11% in length and 5-7% in width.- Interlock knit stretches along the crosswise grain about 25%.- Certified organic cotton by Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS)- Appropriate for t-shirts, dresses, baby clothes, layettes, and blankets.Organic Cotton Gauze - 56” wide - $23/yard- 100% organic cotton double gauze fabric- 3.5 oz per square yard (120 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 8% width and 14% in length- Appropriate for swaddle blankets, bibs, burp cloths, and reusable bags.**Prints are likely to be off-grain. For softest feel, choose lightly colored designs.Organic Cotton Sateen - 56" wide - $27/yard- 100% organic cotton sateen with a subtle sheen and soft hand- 3.8 oz per square yard (130 gsm)- Certified organic cotton by Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS)- Estimated shrinkage: 2-4% in length and width- Appropriate for quilting, curtains, table linens, bedding, clothing and pillows.Cotton Spandex Jersey - 60” wide - $26.75/yard- 93% natural cotton, 7% spandex jersey with a 4-way stretch- 5.5 oz per square yard (185 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 6-8% in length and 2-4% in width- Appropriate for adult and baby apparel including loungewear, leggings, and t-shirts.Linen Cotton Canvas - 54” wide - $27/yard- 55% linen, 45% natural cotton fabric with a versatile medium weight and textured feel- 6.4 oz per square yard (215 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 2-4% in length and 0-2% in width- Appropriate for curtains, tablecloths, tea towels, dresses, bags, and pillows.Denim - 56" wide - $30/yard- 100% natural cotton bull denim with a rugged twill construction- 11.7 oz per square yard (395 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 7-8% in length and 1-2% in width- Perfect for skirts, shorts, pants, outerwear, bags and backpacks, and low-traffic upholsteryCotton Canvas - 56" wide - $33/yard- 100% natural cotton canvas with a sophisticated basketweave structure- 10.6 oz per square yard (360 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 3-4% in length and 0-1% in width- Perfect for upholstery projects, heavyweight drapery, home accents and bagsLightweight Cotton Twill - 58” wide - $26/yard- 100% natural cotton twill fabric with a with a sturdy, drapable construction- 5.8 oz per square yard (195 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 4-6% in length and 1-2% in width- Appropriate for home decor, drapery, table linens, pillows, tote bags, pants, coats and jackets.Modern Jersey - 56” wide - $26.50/yard- 995% polyester, 5% spandex jersey knit fabric with 4-way stretch and a cotton-like feel- 6.2 oz per square yard (210 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 4-6% in length and 2-4% in width- Appropriate for t-shirts, tank tops, dresses, maxi skirts, headbands, scarves, and baby clothes.Sport Lycra - 56” wide - $32/yard- 88% polyester and 12% Lycra, moisture-wicking finish and 4-way stretch- 8.5 oz per square yard (290 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 0-2% in length and width- Appropriate for athletic apparel, leggings, swimwear, yoga pants, and dance costumes.Performance Piqué - 56" wide - $20/yard- 100% polyester knit fabric with a diamond weave structure and a moisture-wicking finish- 4.3 oz per square yard (145 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 1-3% in length and 1-2% in width- Perfect for yoga tops, polo shirts, sporty dresses and skirts, and headbandsEco Canvas - 54” wide- $32/yard- 100% polyester canvas with 45% recycled content- 8.1 oz per square yard (275 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 0-2% in length and width- Appropriate for upholstery, bags, home decor, outdoor pillows, toys, play mats, and jackets.Velvet - 54” wide - $34/yard- 100% polyester velvet fabric with a short pile and subtle shimmer- 10.9 oz per square yard (370 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 5-6% in length and 2-3% in width- Perfect for home decor and commercial-grade upholstery, heavyweight apparel, and luxurious accessoriesSatin - 54" wide - $20/yard- 100% polyester satin fabric with a silky feel and high-gloss finish- 2.2 oz per square yard (75 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 1-2% in length and 0-1% in width- Perfect for lining apparel and bags, wedding decor, and soft, silky accessoriesChiffon - 54" wide - $21/yard- 100% polyester chiffon fabric with a translucent look and delicate drape- 1.5 oz per square yard (50 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 0-1% in length and width- Perfect for scarves, sheer curtains, and special occasion decor itemsMinky - 54” wide - $27/yard- 100% polyester minky fabric with a soft, napped finish for the ultimate in plush- 6.6 oz per square yard (225 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 2-4% in width and 0-2% in length- Appropriate for quilting, blankets, lounge wear, plushies, and cold weather accessories.Fleece - 56” wide - $27/yard- 100% polyester low-loft fleece fabric with a slight stretch and soft, cuddly feel- 6.6 oz per square yard (225 gsm)- Estimated shrinkage: 1-2% in width and length- Appropriate for cozy loungewear, pillows, and blankets (including no-sew tie blankets)
From Herbst Theatre, the organization’s principal venue, Felt expanded the footprint to include events at Davies Symphony Hall, the War Memorial Opera House, Cowell Theater and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. She relied on those venues, along with SFJazz and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, when the Herbst closed for renovations two years ago; it reopened last month, looking and sounding better than ever, Felt says. A Minnesota native, Felt previously held posts as company administrator for the San Francisco Opera Association and as assistant concert manager for the UCLA Department of Fine Arts. In both jobs, she developed a deep love of vocal music. Presenting singers, she says, was one of the reasons she started S.F. Performances — although many told her there was no audience for vocal recitals. “People were sort of aghast at the idea,” she said. “But I decided to go ahead.” She was vindicated when, in her first season, she presented Swedish soprano Elisabeth Soderstrom in the Herbst Theatre. “She was already an international recitalist, and this was her first Bay Area recital,” Felt recalls. The hall was packed.
Felt has introduced Bay Area audiences to many prominent artists, She recalls Hamelin’s S.F, Performances debut, in 2003: she was stunned to learn that he’d never performed in San Francisco, “I think we have to make up for that,” she told him — and promptly engaged him for five return appearances, She made a similar commitment to Hampson, developing a “sports-type contract” to ensure his return, In dance, she’s favored single choreographer-led companies such as Taylor’s, Central to her mission, she says, is giving artists the opportunity to “grow and build a following” in San Francisco as well as commission and develop new works, Last week, she introduced “Bridge to Beethoven” — ballerina fabric - pink ballet shoes by louisehenderson - ballerina dance girl nursery fashion cotton fabric by the yard with sp four concerts by violinist Jennifer Koh and pianist Shai Wosner presenting Beethoven violin sonatas alongside new works by contemporary composers, Another Felt innovation is the popular Saturday morning chamber series featuring the Alexander String Quartet and lecturer Robert Greenberg..
Felt plans to stay in San Francisco; retiring, she says, “will give me time to travel without business, perhaps volunteer for a cause I believe in” — and, of course, attend concerts by artists she’s helped to foster. A gala benefit honoring Felt will be held on Sept. 30, and a search for her successor is under way. What advice would she give her successor? “It’s important in terms of the strength of the organization to create and maintain a culture that is balanced and relaxed and transparent,” Felt said. “I hope whoever succeeds me will continue and build on that. First and foremost is the integrity of the product.”.
Doda died Monday in the city from complications of kidney failure, friend Ron Minolla disclosed Wednesday, Doda first went topless in 1964 at the Condor Club — a move that changed every nightspot on busy Broadway in San Francisco, During its heyday in the early 1970s, the street in North Beach buzzed with more than two dozen clubs where carnival-like barkers beckoned passers-by to watch bare-breasted dancers, The era spanned some 20 years, Doda later had an acting role ballerina fabric - pink ballet shoes by louisehenderson - ballerina dance girl nursery fashion cotton fabric by the yard with sp in “Head,” a 1968 film featuring the Monkees, and was profiled in Tom Wolfe’s book “The Pump House Gang.”..
“When the (beatniks) were handing the torch to the hippies, a girl named Carol Doda changed the world from a pole at the corner of Columbus Avenue and Broadway,” her friend Lee Housekeeper said. Doda, known for her augmented bust, rode onto stage atop a piano on an elevator platform, debuting her act the same day President Lyndon B. Johnson drew half-a-million people in a visit to San Francisco. It wasn’t long before the big news in town was “The Girl on the Piano.”.
Doda became a legend and the Condor ballerina fabric - pink ballet shoes by louisehenderson - ballerina dance girl nursery fashion cotton fabric by the yard with sp Club had an illuminated sign carrying her likeness, Doda left the club in 1985 and later owned a lingerie store, performed in a rock band, did modeling and comedy, and sang and danced at another club, Longtime friend Dick Winn told the San Francisco Chronicle that Doda was a “wonderfully caring person” and a good listener always willing to give advice, “She was much more than just dancing,” Winn said, “For me and my pals Carol will always be one of the boys,” Housekeeper added..
“We had 10 girls try out and 10 girls made the team,” said Sharif, who replaced Cass Taylor, who lasted one year at Gunn. “We have two seniors and the rest are underclassmen. We have eight players on junior varsity. I’m committed to make the program better than when I found it. We hope to be playoff-bound.” Sharif went to Palma-Salinas three years before graduating from Oceana High in Pacifica, class of 2007. Sharif is CEO of TeachISports, a website for athletes to find one-on-one trainers. “Two of the girls I taught said there was an opening at Gunn, so I looked into it,” Sharif said. Sharif assisted Kareem Summerville — varsity girls basketball coach at Terra Nova-Pacifica — for three years. He ran the varsity boys basketball program at Oceana before that. The Titans went 7-12 last season and did not advance to the Central Coast Section playoffs. Gunn plays in the De Anza Division of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League. “We have four girls who are 5-foot-10 or taller,” Sharif said. “We have high expectations.” — John Reid Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsJohn ReidSubscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters.
The R&B singer announced her decision on Instagram, while sharing a photo of herself ballerina fabric - pink ballet shoes by louisehenderson - ballerina dance girl nursery fashion cotton fabric by the yard with sp in a hospital bed, alongside dance partner Val Chmerkovskiy, Her health scare also ends her run as a special guest on tour with singer KEM, she noted, Early reports indicated pneumonia led to her being rushed to the hospital during dress rehearsals for Monday’s show, People reports, She avoided elimination when she returned 20 minutes before the end of the live broadcast and performed in a group dance with Nick Carter..
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