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Stitch-Finder: Lion Brand Yarn

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Felt Woodland Ornament Tutorials You can never have too many ornaments...or at least, that's what I tell myself as I become obsessed with making new ornaments. This was the case when I was inspired to make felt woodland (and other animal) ornaments for Grace's Christmas tree. These sweet woodland ornaments are virtually no-sew, besides for their french knot snowflakes and embroidered accents like eyes and buttons. Clever, right? and, I've decided to share the patterns with you! To make your own Fox, use the pattern below... You might not be excited to have a raccoon sneaking around your yard, digging through your garbage but somehow in felt form, I wouldn't mind seeing more. To make a raccoon, use the pattern below... Though, not woodland, Grace has a soft spot for pigs and so her woodland tree also has a pig. To make your own pig, use the pattern below... No forest is complete without a deer, or two. To make your own deer, use the pattern below. Whooo would woodland set is complete without an owl. Made with love.

SANDRA PONTOS DE CROCHÊ E TRICÔ........... Lace window treatment with cornflour | Annabel Vita Oh my goodness, this was the quickest, easiest, cheapest project ever but I’m 100 per cent in love with the results. You know those little upgrades that just make your life both better and prettier? This is one of those for our bedroom. So, privacy. This bedroom has delectable shutters, which I adore, but it makes window treatments kind of hard. You either have to hang curtains in front of the whole alcove (we can tell by the holes in the trim that this is what our predecessors did) or not at all. The shutters are great at blocking all natural light, which is great for lie-ins. Anyway, the other day I was browsing the Manhatten Nest blog (looking for something else entirely), when I stumbled on this post of yore about using liquid starch and fabric for privacy in glass windows. Obviously, my mind went straight to lace (because my mind always goes straight to lace) and I thought ooh, I gots to try that out one day! Anyway, I got home from work one day and mixed up the starch jelly. PS.

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Find a Pattern with a Picture: Google Reverse Image Search! One of the most common email and private message requests I get is, “How do I find the pattern for what’s in this photo I found online?” While the first thing you should look for is a watermark or logo, these photos too often have neither. So what’s the next step? Reverse Image Search, or Search by Image, is where you use the actual photo to search the web, rather than words. The first step is to go to the Google Reverse Image Search page. you can do that by going to Google Reverse Image Search and clicking on the camera icon, or even just type “google reverse image search” or “google search by image” in your search bar in your browser! You can see from this page that there are several ways to use this fab Google features. Clicking that camera will change the search bar so it looks like this: From here you can paste the URL of the photo you are looking for online, OR you can upload it if you’ve saved the photo to your computer files.

Кружевной узор крючком. Вязание - Узоры вязания, мотивы Красивый ажурный узор из журнала "Дуплет" для вязания крючком парео, шали, шарфа, а может он вдохновит вас на вязание красивого платья или сарафана. Этот узор отличается необычным приемом провязывания из под арок столбиков без накида, образуя объемные валики. Для получения тонкого четкого узора хорошо подходит пряжа из мерсеризированного хлопка с небольшим блеском. Начинайте вязание с набора цепочки из воздушных петель учитывая что раппорт узора в ширину состоит из 12 петелек. В высоту раппорт узора состоит из двух рядов. Итак, набрав цепочку необходимой длины вяжем первый ряд: *арочка из 12 возд.петель, делаем ст.б/н в первую петлю арочки и обвязываем ее 16-ю ст. б/н, образуя объемный валик, далее вяжем арочку из 13 возд.петель и закрепляем ее ст б/н через 12 петель начальной цепочки, повторяем от* до конца цепочки. Во втором ряду делаем обвязку полученных валиков по схеме. Схемы вязания узора с различным расположением валиков: Другие варианты узора:

Patterns of Time Costume and Garb Patterns Узоры вязания крючком. Вязание - Узоры вязания, мотивы Если вам нужно ввести в работу новую нить, то лучше всего делать это в конце ряда. Введите крючок в последнюю петлю предыдущего ряда, вытяните новую нить и свяжите ею воздушные петли подъема. Узор вязания крючком 26 Число возд. п. наборной цепочки кратно 12 + 3 возд. п. подъема. Узор вязания крючком 27 Число возд. п. наборной цепочки кратно 10 + 3 возд. п. подъема. Узор вязания крючком 28 Узор вязания крючком 29 Узор вязания крючком 30 Узор вязания крючком 31 Число возд. п. наборной цепочки кратно 6 + 4 + 3 возд. п. подъема. 1-й р.: 3 возд. п. подъема, 2 ст. с/н в 1 п. основания, пропустить 2 возд. п. наборной цепочки, 1 ст. б/н, * пропустить 2 возд. п. наборной цепочки, 4 ст. с/н в 1 п. основания, пропустить 2 п. наборной цепочки, 1 ст. б/н, повторять от *. 2-й р.: 3 возд. п. подъема, 2 ст. с/н в ст. б/н. * 1 ст. б/н в группу из ст. с/н, 4 ст. с/н в следующий ст. б/н, повторять от *, 1 ст. б/н в возд. п. подъема. Узор вязания крючком 32 Узор вязания крючком 33 Узор вязания крючком 35

Little Hearts Matter: A Special Free #Crochet Pattern Collection! As some of you may know, my middle child has a severe congenital heart defect. While it’s a big deal, he gets to lead a pretty normal life 99% of the time, and we’re very lucky that it’s not something we have to think about every day. This is not the case for the parents of children born with single ventricle heart disease – children born with just half a heart. Little Hearts Matter is a charity organization dedicated to providing support and education to families with children born with single ventricle heart disease. And they’ve asked me to help spread the word about their work, because there’s something very special happening right now! During the month of October, Little Hearts Matter (LHM) is running a fundraising campaign called Handmade Hearts. Obviously, this is a cause which hits close to home for me – even all the way over here in Iowa. 14 Free Heart Themed Crochet Patterns Click on the name of the patterns you like to go to their pattern pages.

Узоры крючком. Вязание - Узоры вязания, мотивы Если наборная цепочка слишком длинная, то можно сбиться со счета. В этом случае свяжите на несколько воздушных петель больше, а лишние петли в конце можно легко распустить. Узор вязания крючком 15 Число возд. п. наборной цепочки кратно 15 + 3 возд. п. подъема. Повторять со 2-го по 9-й р. Узор вязания крючком 16 Число возд. п. наборной цепочки кратно 5 + 1 возд. п. подъема. 1-й р.: 1 возд. п. подъема, 1 ст. б/н, 5 возд. п., пропустить 3 возд. п. наборной цепочки, 1 ст. б/н, * 5 возд. п., пропустить 3 возд. п. наборной цепочки, 1 ст. б/н, повторять от *. 2-й р.: 3 возд. п. подъема, 2 незавершенных ст. с/н, провязанных вместе, в первые 2 возд. п., 3 возд. п., * 6 незавершенных ст. с/н. провязанных вместе, в последние 3 возд. п. и первые 3 возд. п., 3 возд. п., повторять от *, 6 незавершенных ст. с/н, провязанных вместе, в последние 3 возд. п. и первые 3 возд. п., 3 возд. п., 3 незавершенных ст. с/н, провязанных вместе, в последние 2 возд. п. и возд. п. подъема. Узор вязания крючком 17

How to #Crochet a Button - a Moogly Video Tutorial! Sometimes you just can’t find the button you want. Sometimes it’s just too yucky out to go button shopping. And sometimes you just want to crochet… a button! So here’s how to crochet a button! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. There are lots of crochet buttons patterns out there, and way back when I put together a list of links to them. But 99% of the crochet buttons out there follow the same basic formula – crochet in the round til you get the size you want, then decrease and finish off. How to Crochet a Button Video Tutorial – Right Handed How to Crochet a Button Video Tutorial – Left Handed As Seen in This Video: US – I, 5.5mm Furls Fiberarts Hook Lion Brand Modern Baby in Yellow and Chartreuse Now, as I say in the video, this is all about the idea, not the pattern itself. Round 1: Starting with a magic circle, sc 6 times in the ring, join with a sl st. (6 sts) Round 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in each st around, join with a sl st. (12 sts)

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Free Determinng Fiber Content Burn Test Chart from Fiber Images As crafters, many of us take advantage of special sales on fabrics and yarns. Sometimes the fiber content of these specials may not be known. To determine the fiber content without special chemicals or microscopes, the "burn test" is a simple, non-technical method to determine the fiber content of an unknown fiber. WARNING - USE CAUTION. You will need: the fiber in question a pair of tweezers an igniter (match, lighter, etc.) a non-flammable work surface container of water catch container (something that will not burn such as an old tin can, a glass or metal baking dish, etc.) 1. 2. 3. Note: If the fabric/yarn is a blend or if the fabric/yarn is treated (sizing or finishes), the burn test will product unreliable results. ** Non Self-Extinguishing means the test fabric/yarn does not put itself out and you must dip it into water to extinguish the flame. This material is copyrighted and printed with permission and may be used for your personal use only. advertisement Return to Top of Page