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"A Crocheted World" Crochet by Catherine. Knitting by kaae. Untitled. Tuto Diagonales au crochet. Vous le réclamiez, le voilà : en exclu pour vous, le tuto du carré diagonales en crochet : (For the English translation go here (clic clic) ) Matos: De la laine en plusieurs coloris (moi j'en ai 13 mais c'est autant que vous voulez hein :)Un crochet de taille adaptée à la laine.Des ciseauxThat's all!

Tuto Diagonales au crochet

Tuto : Ce carré se fait en deux étapes : une méthode pour les augmentations, et une pour les diminutions. Démarrage : Pour commencer, faire 6 mailles en l'air (correspond à 3 mailles en l'air + une bride). Puis faire une bride en piquant dans la 3° maille en l'air , et 2 autres brides dans la 2° maille en l'air puis la première : Voilà, plus qu'à arrêter le fil, le carré de démarrage est fini. ChemKnits. Free patterns « Ragga goes on about knitting. Elfin Baby Booties « DIY Maven. If you have an hour to spare, you can still whip up a pair of these booties before Christmas!

Elfin Baby Booties « DIY Maven

The pattern is easy and the optional jingle balls add just the right amount of ‘aawww’ factor. Enjoy! And happy holidays! PDF: Elfin Baby Booties. Size: 0 to 6 months Materials: size G hook, Vanna’s Choice in Shamrock Kelly Green, four 9mm jingle balls (optional). Gauge: 7 sc and 7 rows = 2 ins. Instructions: Chain 20 Row 1: Sc in 2nd chain from hook; sc in remaining; chain 1, turn. (19 sc) Row 2 – 7: Sc across; ch 1, turn. Mein strickding. Yes, i MADE that. I'm a snacker.

yes, i MADE that.

I snack. I snack too much, to be completely honest. My favorite snacks are salty: chips, popcorn, pretzels. This isn't good for many reasons, not least of which is the oil & other stuff in potato chips (snack of the champions). I'm sure many of you have seen the recipe(s) for microwave potato chips. Fast forward to 2 days ago. V and Co how to: jersey knit bracelet. I don't know what it is about this time of year that makes me just want to have my bare feet in the sand, be watching the sun setting into the ocean, and breathing in the warm salty air of the i get older, more and more i find myself missing that place i used to go to almost as a teen.

V and Co how to: jersey knit bracelet

(my skin doesn't miss it. as a matter of fact, i now wish i listened more and DID put SPF on my face...hindsight is 20/20). my mom calls me from her walk on the beach almost every morning... *sigh*yeah, i get a little homesick around this time of the year. heck on my pinterest my "dreaming of summer" has the most pictures in it. ah yes. i miss my ocean. case in point. this bracelet, brought a flood of memories, not because i used to have one like it but because i can totally see me wearing it by the beach, not caring that it's gotten salty and wet, because i can totally make another one in like less than 5 minutes flat when i get home.

*sigh* Off the Hook - Crochet Hints and Help. In desperate need of a new tagline. Knitting is cool. seriously. Twistedloops. T-Shirt Yarn. **This tutorial is intended for personal use only.** About 5 years ago, I prepared a tutorial with pictures showing how to create yarn from cotton t-shirts.

T-Shirt Yarn

Wouldn't you know it, when I looked for it this morning to post to my blog, it was nowhere to be found. I want to apologize in advance for the quality of this new tutorial. T-shirt yarn is a very durable yarn. Okay, I will start off by saying that I have had these t-shirts sitting around my house for over 3 months just taking up space. Luckily the t-shirts that I have to work with are in a good array of colors so eventually it will give me a nice variety to work with. **Please note that only the unprinted, plain portions of the t-shirts are suitable to make into yarn. Start by placing a t-shirt onto a flat work surface. Using a sharp scissor or rotary cutter and ruler, cut away the bottom hem. Take the bottom of the tube (closed end) and fold it upward, leaving a 1-inch margin at the top. Unfold the strips. ChemKnits. Le blog de Don Peloton.

Shoeless. Spinning Flower. Tricot géant - Carton et chiffons. Knit Spirit. Fuzzy Thoughts. Olives and Mermaids and Wine, oh my... ¡The AntiCraft! Wendy Knits. Chalice Lace Tanktop. Patterns, projects and techniques. Lola Nova - Whatever Lola Wants. Stricken & Spinnen: Annkaris Blog. Samstag, 31.

Stricken & Spinnen: Annkaris Blog

Patchwork stricken und mehr. Make a Plant Press. The frosty, bloomless months of winter offer their own charms as mosses, lichens, and mushrooms pop from every moist nook under the forest canopy, but who doesn’t long for the sun filled beauty of handpicked wildflowers?

Make a Plant Press

The colorful blossoms of spring and summer can be enjoyed year round with one simple tool that is easily crafted during a lazy afternoon at home. Plant presses have been used for hundreds of years to dry and preserve specimens for safe travel across vast continents and rough seas. Explorers would guard their botanical treasures like gold, hoping to return home with a variety of floral curiosities for later identification, taxonomic cataloging, and even cherished supplies for artwork.

Presses can be small enough to carry in your hiking pack, perfect for collecting herbaceous plant leaves, roots, and flowers as you wander, or they can be made large enough to press a towering Verbascum thapsus from your garden, root to flower. Cardboard Plant Press. TECHknitting™ Kerstins Woll-Blog » Patchwork-Stricken. Sassy Cupcake. Home ホーム - Welcome to the Fiber Republic! A Ewe-Topia of all things knitterly!