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My little fabric Triangle Thread Catcher sits beside my chair in the living room and also travels in my on-the-go project box. Because of the shape, it sits nicely on any flat surface or even on the dash of the car! It folds up nice and flat even when there is a fair amount of thread in it.
photography Scott Hawkins styling Mia Asker Add spice to a plain window with a vibrant Roman blind. This is a relatively complicated project for serious crafters to sink their teeth into! What you will need Fabric Lining Stick-and-sew velcro (width of blind) Nylon cord (add width and length of blind, then double for measurement) Fabric pencil (from fabric stores) 8 lengths of wooden dowelling (3cm less than blind width) 12mm plastic rings Wall cleat for cord Blind track or wooden batten about 2.5cm² (width of blind) 4 screw eyelets (from hardware stores) Ruler Step-by-step
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With colors you can set a mood, attract attention, or make a statement. You can use color to energize, or to cool down.
The sloppy slip knot: how to work in the round with no hole The typical way of starting to work in the round is less than ideal for amigurumi. The standard way is to make a slip knot, chain 2, and then single crochet six times into the first stitch. Why isn’t this the best?
I said I would post a free patttern, so here it is. This is a pattern for the shell stitch beanie in my previous post.
Row 1: sc in second from hook, insert hook in same ch & pull up a loop, (insert hook in next ch & pull up a loop) twice, YO & draw through all 4 loops on hook, * ch 1, insert hook in same ch & pull up a loop, (insert hook in next ch & pull up a loop) twice, YO and draw through all 4 loops on hook, repeat from * across, sc in last stitch. Row 2 : ch 1, turn. sc in first sc & pull up a loop, (insert hook in next stitch & pull up a loop) twice, YO and draw through all 4 loops on hook, * ch 1, insert hook in same stitch & pull up a loop, (insert hook in next stitch & pull up a loop) twice, YO & draw through all 4 loops on hook, repeat from * across, sc in same sc as last stitch. Repeat Row 2 until desired length. Click here for photo instructions: http://yarntomato.com/tutorials/trinity-stitch/ Click here for a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6ZmQ_KoNm8
Learn the basics of how to crochet, starting at the very beginning.
Keep school supplies organized (and make sure kids get their apple every day) with this adorable set. Whoooo’s ready to go back to school? By Ana Paula Rimoli YARN RED HEART Super Saver, 7oz/198g skeins, each approx 364yd/333m (acrylic) • 1 skein #886 Blue (A) • 1 skein #885 Delft Blue (B) • 1 skein #316 Soft White (C) • 1 skein #256 Carrot (D) CROCHET HOOK • Size J/10 (6.0mm) crochet hook (for book bag) or any size to obtain correct gauge • Size G/6 (4.0mm) crochet hook (for apple cozy) or any size to obtain correct gauge
Reversible bag I was cutting fabrics to make a reversible bag when I read the newest comment in last post where Juliet asked me about sewing reversible Charlie bag . Yes, I cut fabrics in front of my computer, and everytime it blinks, I’ll stop what I’m doing to look at my inbox, twitter, facebook, etc.