Jar Box « PaperMatrix If you can manage the Onion Dome Box, you can also make this Jar Box. The process is more or less the same. I include the patterns. The pages are filled up with parts so that you may mix and match colours as you please when you work. For the lower part you need: 24 long double strips, 5 narrow 9 mm strips, 1 zigzag strip, 1 round piece with half circles and 1 without.
If you've got paint chips sitting around begging to be made into something, try folding them into boxes for paperclips, thumbtacks, party favor candies, or tiny gifts. I made these from Behr swatches, available at Home Depot. You'll need paint swatches, double-stick tape, an X-acto knife, ruler, and cutting mat. How to make boxes from paint swatches | How About Orange
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Do-it-Yourself DIY String Wedding Lanterns Yarn Chandeliers Jessica of Wednesday Inc shows us how to make those gorgeous twine chandeliers from the inspiration shoot she shared with us this morning. Using balloons, glue and twine, you can also make these lanterns for your wedding – and then bring it home and use it as your very own mid century lampshade. What you will need are: balloons, glue, yarn, tray for glue, corn starch 1/2 cup of Corn starch, 1/4 cup of Warm water, clear fast drying spray paint, hanging lamp cord or fishing line (depending on your desired final product), and a lighting kit if you’re looking for a fully functional lantern.
Interweave Knitscene: Knits Spotting Gallery - Central Park Hoodie New year, new projects to knit from Knitscene Spring 2014—with 22 projects to excite your knitting senses. The issue combines perfect blend of pullovers for chilly spring evenings, lighter pieces to layer or wear separately, and must-knit accessories. We introduce a basic tenet of color theory—examining contrast between two colors of yarn—and explore the trend of black and white garments; tailored, feminine pieces in jewel tone yarn put the focus on neckline details; and Corrina Ferguson delivers sweet treats in her designer collection. Purchase the digital edition today or pre-order the print edition. On newsstands January 14, 2014. Subscribe today for home delivery!
January One -- Central Park Hoodie February 19, 2007 I believe! In the power of the swatch. Georgie and I had a FANTASTIC weekend. january one: Central Park Hoodie Archives
13 Central Park Hoodie pattern by Heather Lodinsky
Nicely written pattern Review by Roberta This pattern was clear, easy to follow, and knit up beautifully. Nothing was unclear or incorrect, and the finished sweater is lovely. Other comments on the size are correct- there isn't a lot of ease in this sweater, and it's just barely long enough on me. Central Park Hoodie
Jan27 Bonjouuuuur Today is a perfect day to reveal : My Rainbow ripple blanket :) Yes, it is done! The weather is sooooo bad here, so grey and rainy that a little colorful post is welcome …a little colorful I said? A little too colorful Rainbow ripple : It is done!
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Het kostte even wat moeite, maar met de fotografiekunst van manlief volgt hier de tutorial bloemen haken. Klik op de foto voor groot formaat, want door ‘t vierkante formaat valt er een stukje weg. Ik zou erg vereerd zijn mocht mijn tutorial gebruikt worden en zou het heel erg leuk vinden als je me dat laat weten middels een reactie of een link op je site! Van de hak op de tak » Bloemen haken tutorial
Puff is the Norwegian word for stool. We really liked the pouf from Christien Meinderstsma, but it´s way out of our price range. This simple pattern for a knitted stool has much thinner yarn, but the budget is just as thin;) Nice to rest your legs on, and very popular for the kids. What we used:Eskimo, 18 balls (Or yarn suitable for US #13 needles)Acrylic yarn would probably be a really good alternative, as it´s a piece of furnitureUS #19 circular needles2 cheap duves (feather and down) How we did it:Cast on 35 stitches using three threads.Knit the garter stitch until you´ve knitted all the balls, and there is just enough yarn left to asseble the stool. You now have ONE rectangular piece.Cast off loosely. Puff Daddy - knitted stool
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Melissa (from tiny happy and our board) has made some lovely embroidered brooches in past months. Today she shows you how to them too. Pin one on your jacket, give one to a friend… You’ll want to make several. From Melissa: I’ve been enjoying making these little pins by hand, late in the evening while listening to music or watching a DVD. You don’t need much to create one, just some scraps of felt, some embroidery thread and a needle. Embroidered Felt Brooch Project
Lucy Patterson HANDS-ON Crafting with Hill Tribe fabrics I love crafting with these vintage Hill Tribe embroideries and bright cotton prints that I brought back from Vietnam. The colours and patterns are so delicious. I’ve made plump, rectangular cushions and small zip purses…
Do you remember this Japanese fabric I mentioned the other day? I gave it a gentle wash, and realised it was a very long length of fabric indeed. Long enough for a dress, but not really strong enough, if you know what I mean. tiny happy
I was nervous that I had come over too graphic designer on the envelope. It was late at night, there was a long European address involved, the postcode was not located within spitting distance of the bottom right hand corner and the posties at either end had to be somewhat challenged (not to say irked). And this scarf had taken quite some time, love and angst in the making. Myrtle & Eunice: Safe arrival
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