How to Recycle Yarn from a Thrift-Store SweaterOctober 4th, 2008 Email 62 users recommend When you're done ripping, you'll have hundreds of yards of brand-new yarn for knitting! Lee Meredith2 Row Reversible ScarfHave you been into the shop lately? I only ask because if you have you've seen me all bundled up while my mom is in t-shirts. I'm cold. All the time. I blame the fact that I sit down at the computer and click through ravelry all day (my next pattern is going to be for a mouse glove to cover up my cold mouse-clicking hand).
Tutorial: Sew A Lining For A Crocheted BagThis tutorial can be used to sew a fabric lining for any kind of bag that is either flat or has a boxy shape. Once you're done, you can use my tutorial for sewing the lining *into* a crochet bag to put everything together. You need: the unlined handbagfabric for the liningtape measuresewing machine, scissors, pins, etc. Basic Instructions 1) Measure the flattened, unlined handbag and fill out a lining worksheet.2) Cut fabric for lining according to lining worksheet dimensions.3) Fold lining in half, right sides together, and iron fold.4) Sew 1/8" seams on both sides of the handbag lining's bottom.