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Easter day origami
Have you been like me and just loved on those adorable fabric roses and wanted to make some of your own? Well today wait no
Paper flowers (MC)We will need:- Corrugated paper- Scissors- White floral tape- White floral wire- Glue- Small beadsInstructions:1.Cut a strip of paper about 4-5 inches (10-13
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I like sea shell flower scarves. Nice pattern and made special by beads.
Beading color flower for jewelry and...For work, we need ordinary polyester thread, bead needle (and preferably several, as they quickly break down), glass-cutting of multiple
Recyclig paperr: Roses made of corve notebookКладем склеенные розочки на просушку:
Can a tropical island located in the usual German village between Berlin and Dresden? Yes, easily! Moreover, this has really exists, and no one is not particularly
I love jewelry- a lot. I rarely wear it (only on Sundays) and I have tacky 90 year old grandma pretty funky taste so I feel guilty
How to make bow and felt flower
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Westport, CTHere is Michael modeling the snug little White Watch Cap knit with 1 ball Gedifra "Marokko." There is barely any yarn left, so you might want to buy 2 skeins of yarn to be safe.Directions:Using size 6 dpns, cast on 92 stitches. (Or if you prefer, use 2 sets of size 6 circular needles to knit in the round).Knit in a K2P2 ribbing pattern in the round for 5 1/2 inches. This cap will NOT have a folded cuff.
I used Bernat's CottonTots yarn from my stash. This one happens to be 91713 Koolade. With US size 7 Turbo Addi's I cast on 56 sts and knit using the Magic Loop method until I had 6 inches. Then I started the decreases for the crown. This one is so easy, it practically knits itself.Here's the full pattern - Download basic_newborn_baby_hat_rolled_brim.pdfI hope you'll enjoy knitting up some quick and easy newborn and preemie hats for that favorite baby or favorite charity
Cute hat tutorial
1. Measure your head where you want the hat to rest. My measurement was 22″2. Cut your banding fabric 4″ by whatever you head measurement +1″ (4″x23″)3. Sew the ends of your band together with 1/2″ seam4. Figure out your circle radius:-For a less floppy hat: Band measurement divided by 3.14 and 1″ to that number-For more floppy: Band measurement divided by 6.14 then multiply by 2,3,or 4 and so on and 1″ to that number5. Cut circle of above
While we were at a restaurant, an absolutely gorgeous teenage girl walked in with her friends. She was wearing a pretty hat that caught my eye. When she turned around and I saw the back, I was completely smitten with the hat. It was a combination of beautiful and girly and a tad bit quirky. On the way out, I stopped at the table (bold, I know!) and told her how pretty it was and then asked if I could check it out. It was
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baby projects: Pumpkin’s HatAuthorNeen GillIntroductionFall style hat made for newborn babiesMaterials List4.00 mm crochet hook1 skein orange red heart yarn1 skein Garden Eurospun yarnFinished SizeNewborn Gaugewill edit thisNotesCh - ChainSC - Single Crochet SS - Slip StitchIncrease - two stiches in same spaceThe PatternChain 4, Join12 SC in loop 2SC in each stitch around1 SC in first stitch increase every second stitch1SC in each stitch around1SC in next 2 stitches with an increase on the third1SC in next 3 stitches
baby projects: Perfect Winter HatAuthorSarah LytleIntroductionI used the Spike Single Crochet stitch from the latest Interweave Crochet to create a hat with a cool spike feature, but still warm and cozy for the coming snow. Materials ListI used just under 1 skein of Manos del Uruguay Wool Classica, which is a 100 gr skein (or 138 yards). I think just about any wool yarn will do though. I used a K hook, but again I think
AuthorLaura BombachIntroductionSo, I love making hats, mostly berets. Here's a pattern that I made up because I had a small skein of yarn that was given to me, and this project uses a relatively small amount of yarn. It's a fun way to increase and decrease, and the pattern is really loose; try it your a different way once you get the hang of the pattern.Materials ListPatons Brand Katrina (92% Rayon, 8% Polyester), 1 skein in color of choice (I used Limon),