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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
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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
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Westport, CTEverybody seems to want a free poncho pattern. I'm here to oblige today.This is about the simplest pattern you could ever find for a poncho. Basically you'll need your favorite lightweight yarn (spend as much or as little as you like), large circular needles, a lacy pattern, a newspaper pattern, and a sewing needle. You will make a rectangular stole and then sew one end to the bottom side of the other end. This will create the poncho.I decided
Westport, CTMATERIALSUS size 15 circular needles (24 inches or longer)Crochet hook for fringeUse a variety of pink yarns in various weights, textures and shade of your chosen color. The concept here is to clean up your stash. I'm guilty of going out to purchase new yarn to make these "pseudo-stash buster scarves". In fact I bought the following yarns for these scarves.YARN A - 1 skein Plymouth Yarn Galway Chunky (100 g) - pinkYARN B - 1 skein of ggh
Westport, CTUS Size 13 needles2-3 skeins of Homespun yarnDimensions - approx 2ft by 5 ft (minimum 20 inches by 50 inches!)NOTE - The gauge is not terribly relevant for a prayer shawl. The important thing to know is that your prayer shawl should be somewhere between 20x50 inches to 24x60 inches.CO 60 stsBOTTOM EDGE - K across for 10 rows to form the garter stitch edgeMAIN BODY -1st Row and All Odd Rows - Knit across2nd Row and All Even
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Guest post: The Holiday Ruffle ScarfI can't even tell you how excited I am about this tutorial! It is so easy, and it looks so elegant! Here are the materials you need:* 11''x60'' piece of satin*sewing machine and matching thread*scissors*measuring tape*white crayonStep 1:Cut your satin to size. The size I used is a rough estimate. I had a lot of scraps of satin in different colors that I have been making these scarves with. Each of them are a few
So here it is my first crochet pattern for the uber simple infinity scarf. I made mine in a little over an hour. It's great if you are just starting out working in rounds or if you want to go ahead and give rounds a try.Yarn: 1 skein of Lion Bran Woolease Thick & Quick (Shown in Spice)Hook Size: NOther Materials: Yarn Needle to weave ends Stitch MarkerRow 1: Chain 100, join with slip stitch. Try super hard not to
Blue Scarf and Hat SetMEASUREMENTSHat: To fit average Woman’s head.Scarf: Approx 10 x 48 ins [25.5 x 122 cm].MATERIALSBernat Softee Chunky (Solids: 100 g/3.5 oz)2 balls of 39118 (Denim Marl) for each Hat or Scarf or 3 balls for Set.or Bernat Softee Chunky (Ombres: 80 g/2.8 oz)Hat (Scarf-Set): 2 (2-3) ballsSize 6.5 mm (U.S. K or 10½) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.GAUGE11 sc and 13 rows = 4 ins [10 cm].INSTRUCTIONSHATCh 2.1st rnd: (RS). 6 sc in
Here's one of the scarves that I've made. I used cream Wool-Ease and a shell stitch. I love the pattern and it is surprisingly easy and fast. It's made up of double crochet and single crochet and the only tricky part to learn are the ends of the rows. Here's a close-up of the shell: basically you do five double crochet in one stitch and then a single crochet when you come back
Introduction When instructed to rib in the pattern below, knit 1, purl 1 alternately across the row. To wear the scarf, slip one end through either of the loops at front.Finished Size: 4 by 26 inches Step 1Cast on 3 stitches.Step 2 Row 1: Knit 2, slip last stitch purlwise.Step 3 Row 2: With yarn in back, knit 1, increase 1, knit 1, and slip last stitch purlwise.Step 4 Row 3: With yarn in back, knit 1, increase 1, knit to last stitch,
I am on a mission to use all my odds and ends of yarn.All those bits you can't bear to throw away .Some of the scraps have been in the 'box' for years.So Im using them to make useful accessories for the family. I had alot of leftovers from my granny stripe blanket. I love flickr and one of my favourite groups is the 'Hexagon Love'. I can