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Para hacer una pulsera, un bolso o un tapiz tejido no sólo tenemos que conocer cómo hacer nudos de macramé sino también saberlos combinar. En Los Abalorios hemos aprendido a hacer varios tipos de nudos y hoy veremos cómo combinarlos para hacer un tejido. Cómo combinar los nudos de macramé Vamos a ver algunas ideas para hacer tejidos las que puedes usar en la confección de bolsos, tapices y otras creaciones de macramé. En cada una de ellas tienes debajo de la imagen los enlaces para aprender cada una de las técnicas de nudos. En este tapiz han usado el nudo acordonado horizonta l y cordoncillo oblicuo hacia la derecha y hacia la izquierda, combinados con el nudo cadena o nudo sencillo.
Here’s a bunch of pocket-style organizers that you can make to store all kinds of things. Some have been featured previously on Tipnut and have been moved here for handy reference…but there’s plenty of new stuff to see too! noodle-head.com Mail Organizer Tutorial : Fun fabric version of a letter bin.
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to get updates, freebies and all sorts of goodness . Thanks for visiting! Looking for a pretty way to organize? Or perhaps you want a knockout gift box? Well, look no further than these fabric covered boxes. They’re simple to make, don’t require any sewing, and turn a plain cardboard box into a gorgeous container.
Doesn’t it seem like toys are always on the floor? And of course you want to store toys, but you might want something a little more exciting than standard toy storage. If so, I’ve got some options for you! And let’s face it, who knew that toy storage could be so cool?
I love how tin can crafts have such an easy, country feel. Best of all, you can’t get any cheaper than free. If you’re not a soup person, you can also stop by any local restaurant, which more than likely throws out tons everyday. For our extremely bad kitties, we used to put pennies in a tin can, tape it up, and shake it whenever we caught them doing something naughty.
Back in Los Angeles, any old coat rack or a few hooks by the door would do. Most of us would just toss a jacket in the back of the car in the winter months. But here in Vermont we need a little more. Many of the vernacular farm houses I visit have at least a half dozen hooks per person lined up in their mud rooms. My wife and I each will have several different coats, jackets and vests in play all winter long.
DIY Fabric peonies Use them later to decorate your gifts as toppers, as brooches or hair accessory, for the tableset. Tag-shaped stamps You can reuse them at any time to decorate gifts, envelopes, patterns, printing labels or even tags!
so it's been a while since i've posted anything remotely crafty lately...i suppose i must be getting lazy (technically lazy-er). anyway, i saw this cute bowl on craftgawker over the weekend so i decided to make my own-with my own tutorial 'cause i need the practice anyway right? anyway, it's a pretty simple process, it's actually really similar to my recycle magazine bowl but with rope instead. basically just glue, wrap, glue, wrap, etc, etc. all you need is a hot glue gun and rope. i got my rope for $2-it's 50 ft, 1/4 inch, manila rope (i almost went with the sisal but i liked the color of the manila more). start wrapping in a circular motion to form the base. if you plan on making several i might consider making all the bases first just to make sure they're the same size. when i made my second i tried to make it the same size...which of course, it isn't. but that could just be the fact that i can almost never make the same thing twice...