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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
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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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New York, NYMaterials2 skeins – white Red Heart Soft Baby – approx 594 yards per skein2 skeins – “Twinkle” Red Heart Soft Baby – approx 448 yards per skeinSize 15 circular needlesGauge4x4 inches = 10 sts across by 13 sts highDimensionsapproximately 32 x 42 inchesNotesThis baby blanket is knit while holding two strands of yarn at the same time – one white and one “twinkle”. The border is done is seed stitch. The rest is knit in stockinette stitch with
DISHRAG PATTERN FOR BEGINNERSREQUIREMENTS1 ball of knit worsted weight cotton (Sugar N’ Cream) 50 gm sizeSize 9 to 10 1/2 needlesDIRECTIONSCast on 4 sts.Row 1: Knit one row.Row 2: K2, YO, knit to the end of the row.Repeat row 2 until there are 40 sts (for dish scrubber) or 50 sts (for facecloth).Next row: K1, K2tog, YO, K2tog, knit to the end of the row.Continue decreasing until 4 sts left. Cast off.majorknitter.typepad.com
Westport, CTA - Debbie Bliss cotton angora (off white)B - Tahki Poppy (multi colored)C - Gedrifa Techna Hair (turquoise)Size 8 needlesKnit entire poncho in stockinette stitch. It is knit in once piece and then sewn together along the shoulder seam.A - CO 16 stitchesFRONTRows 1-2 ARow 3 BRow 4 ARow 5 BRows 6-7 ARows 8 A, B, CRows 9-10 ARows 11-12 CRows 13-17 ARows 18 A+BRows 19 ARows 20-22 CRows 23-25 ANECKLINERow 26 Bind off 2 stitches -
MATERIALS1 skein Pink FiestaNOTE - There's nothing to this pattern. Try it yourself. OK... here's the worst part though. I just wrote down that it was Pink Fiesta. I can't find the label and I don't really remember the gauge. Sorry!1 set of (4) dpns – US size 6DIRECTIONS• Cast on 66 stitches evenly spaced across the dpns (22 to each dpn).• Knit in *(K1, P1) ribbing around for 1 inch.• Knit around for 2 inches.• *(K2tog, K9) repeat around•
Westport, CTMaterials: 1 skein – Lion Brand Micro Spun yarnUS Size 5 straight needlesGauge: in Stockinette st: 4x4 inches = 22 sts wide by 24 sts highDimensions: approximately 5.5 inches wide by 17.5 inches longDirections: Cast on 32 stitches.A - GARTER STITCH BOTTOM BORDERRows 1-6: Knit across. Knit every row creating a garter stitch band. This should create 3 garter stitch ridges (plus the cast on edge). You will end with the RS facing.B - SHORT STOCKINETTE PANEL (first and
Westport, CTMaterials: 1 skein Lion Brand Micro SpunUS Size 5 straight knitting needlesDifficulty Level: BeginnerGauge: Knit in Garter Stitch (Knit every row): 4x4 inches = 20 sts across by 44 sts highDimensions: approximately 19 inches wide by 9 inches from cast on edge to point of triangleDirections: Cast on 90 stitches.ROW 1: Knit one row.ROW 2: K2, K2tog, YO, K2tog, Knit to end of row.Repeat row 2 for every row until only 7 sts remain.Bind off all 7 stitches.Weave in
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, 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.
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, CTIt's a very easy pattern that uses up odds and ends of yarn. I had about 450 g of yarn in total. I had more of the black (Color A) since it was used for the borders as well.US Size 15 circular needleWith Color A (double stranded worsted weight BLACK), cast on 58 stsKnit Garter Stitch border (knit every row) for 10 rows (5 ridges)Switch to Color B (Homespun in charcoal gray) and knit in stockinette st for 8-10
It's the middle of November and that means everyone is franctically looking around for a free knitting pattern and quick knit ideas for the holiday. Here's my holiday gift to you - a free pattern for a miniature Christmas stocking. I hope you like it. Here's the free pattern. Download miniature_sock_christmas_ornaments.pdfGood luck and happy holidays!
finished two of the basic baby hats alreadyThese are so quick to knit and very rewarding. I am going to send these to theJackson Recovery Center's Women and Children's Center. Many of the women going through treatment are pregnant. They're trying to straighten out their lives. I think it's only fair to give those babies and children a little extra chance to get started out on the right foot. Some lucky baby will have a comfy little hat to cover his