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Expression Fiber Arts | A Positive Twist on Yarn – How to Wind a Center-Pull Ball of Yarn With Your Hands or Swift Hello, my lovelies! I was sitting at the university library yesterday with my love (as he downloaded his latest photography program) and as I didn’t have a darning needle with me and couldn’t work the sewn bind-off on my Pretty Thing Cowl, I needed something to do. So I decided to figure out/create a demonstration for you on how to wind a center-pull ball with your hands. Video and written version is first and then scroll down for the VIDEO. 1. 2. 3. 4. To speed this process along you can invest in an actual ball-winder, which I have and love, but this thumb-method is great if you’re out and about. Here’s a video showing you how fun this is, and how to use a swift and ball winder if you want to invest in those! First yarn: Sugar Ribbons Superwash Dewy Dk Yarn: Second yarn: Spilled Wine Pearlescent Superwash Merino Silk Worsted: So there ya are! Enjoy your day and be blessed!! Chandi About the author Hi, I'm Chandi!

5 Knit and Crochet Health Concerns and What You Can Do ©Dolgachov via Canva.com Knitting and crocheting can provide such tremendous health benefits, both mentally and physically, not to mention great pleasure as well. In fact, in Kathryn Vercillo’s book, Crochet Saved My Life: The Mental and Physical Benefits of Crochet, she documents the health benefits crochet and crafting can provide and how it has helped people heal from a myriad of conditions including depression, PTSD, schizophrenia, chronic pain conditions and more. But along with all the benefits crochet and knitting provide, we still need to be aware of some of the wear and tear it can wreak on our bodies. Carpal Tunnel SyndromeNeck PainBack PainEye StrainWeight Gain Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Many crocheters and knitters complain about pain, numbness, or a dull aching in their fingers and wrists. Stretching Exercises for Preventing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Hand Exercises for Crocheters Addi Swing – Ergonomic Crochet Hook Furls Hooks Boye Ergonomic Aluminum Crochet Hook Lacis Ergonomic Handle

La recette de pâte à papier - CanisArt - créatures de l'étrange Pour celles et ceux qui se demanderaient comment j'obtiens ce si joli rendu de papier mâché, il s'agit d'une recette que j'ai trouvée sur le blog Ultimate Paper Mache. Je vous la retranscris en français pour les non anglophones avec le pot de yaourt (125g) comme unité de mesure (l'auteure du blog utilise une unité de mesure américaine) : Papier toilette classique double épaisseur. Mesurez la pulpe de papier humide, généralement cela remplit deux pots de yaourts de 125g à ras bord en tassant bien (attention à prendre un rouleau normal et pas un maxi...). Si le volume dépasse trop les deux pots de yaourts (en principe ça doit déborder juste un peu) il faudra en retirer.2 pots de yaourts d'enduit pour joints de plaques de plâtre ou enduit universel (les deux marchent très bien) vendu en magasin de bricolage. Faites tremper le papier toilette dans l'eau puis essorrez la pulpe de papier en la pressant dans vos mains. Vous trouverez des tutoriels en vidéo sur le site Ultimate Paper Mache.

Tuva Yayıncılık Merhaba, Kanaviçenin yeni sayısına hoş geldiniz! Dergimizin kış sayısı gene birbirinden güzel model ve desenlerle dopdolu. Havaların soğuduğu bu günlerde, sıcacık evlerinizde Kanaviçe’den birbirinden güzel modeller işleyebileceksiniz. Bu sayımızda sizleri neler bekliyor? Ayrıca Tuva Yayıncılık tasarımcıları tarafından hazırlanan birbirinden farklı tema ve tarzdaki kanaviçe ve nakış kitapları da siz kanaviçe okurlarının karşısında. Bir sonraki sayıda görüşmek üzere, Keyifli Nakışlar! Mario Graphs For Crochet, Afghan Stitch, Tunisian Crochet, Knitting I have loved knitting ever since I was a little girl.I use to make dolls cloths for my dolls just out of the top of my head...I love making socks,slippers, mittens, dishcloths etc...I love drawing & cartoons & making patterns out of them... My Grand Mother Burhoe & My Great Aunt Marjorie McCoubrey taught me how to knit when I was a little girl...When I use to go to my Aunt Marjorie's house I would stay over night she live in the high rise across from market square & we would knit & look out her window & watch the boats...Some times we would go out on the board walk...Then we had our walks to Market Square, we would go in all the little shops & look at all the ornaments & novelties...Some times we would buy something & get a piece of fudge at the fudge stand in the center of market square... TOU: My Charts Please do not share on other websites.

How to Crochet: Invisible Join vs Slip Stitch Join ⋆ Look At What I Made The invisible join is amazing when working in the round and changing colours at the end of each round. It takes a few seconds longer, but the upside is that it places a needle in your hand, so you might as well work away your tails as you go. Not so nice while you are busy crocheting, but SUPER nice once you have finished and there are no tails mocking you. You don’t have to be an advanced crocheter to use the invisible join, but you DO need to be able to “read” your stitches. By that I mean that you have to be able to identify the first and second stitches of a round. The invisible join is basically a “false” stitch that lies over the top of your beginning chain or your first standing stitch. How to Use the Invisible Join with a Starting Chain Example: Into a magic ring, ch 3 (counts as your first dc) and make 11 dc’s into the ring. We are going to replace the sl st join with an invisible join. Locate the top of the first st after the initial chain stitches (in this case the first dc).

Keep Your Yarn Safe with the YarnIt! - crochet envy UPDATE: The YarnIt is sold out/gone from Amazon! But… it’s back in stock on their website! Go to YarnIt.com to check out their site and selection! How much do I love the YarnIt? You open the unbreakable ball, insert your yarn, and thread it through one of the openings. It keeps your yarn safe from pets, kids, and life.

Recette pour la porcelaine froide. - Le blog de cristel Comme promis, je vous délivre la recette de la porcelaine froide. Vous allez avoir besoin de tous ce qui se trouve sur la photo De l'huile de cuisine (n'importe laquelle), du vinaigre blanc, de la colle vinylique extra forte, de la fécule de maïs et de la crème pour les mains (nivéa sof ou autre). Bien sur vous avez besoin d'un récipient qui passe au four à micro-ondes, j'ai pris un saladier en verre. Dans le saladier, vous versez 200 grammes de colle, une cuillère à soupe d'huile et une cuillère à soupe de vinaigre. Pour mélanger,utiliser une cuillère en bois, comme ça elle pourra rester dans le saladier pendant la cuisson au micro ondes. Puis vous ajouter 140 grammes de fécule de maïs. Pour cette étape, je n'ai pas de photos, je n'avais plus de piles. Mon mico ondes fait 850 watts, je l'ai mis sur 3 minutes. Se mettre sur un plan de travail en plastique ou en verre enduit de crème pour mains, s'enduire également les mains et pétrisser la pâte jusqu'a ce qu'elle soit douce et lisse.

Gelişmiş goblen arama :: Arama sonuçları - GOBLEN KANAVİÇE ETAMİN Goblenci hakkında Goblenci iletişim ? KAMPANYALAR ? Site haritası Üye girişi ya da Kayıt ol! Arama yap: Gelişmiş goblen arama Sepet boş Sepet boş Sepeti göster Ödeme yap Anasayfa Gelişmiş goblen arama Arama sonuçları Bulunan ürünler: 504Arama sonuçları Arama seçenekleri Gelişmiş arama seçenekleri ya da Seçimi temizle Sayfa: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... Görünüm: Varsayılan Sırala: Ad Anchor Muline 0011 KOD: Anc0011 Alışveriş listeme ekle Anchor -İthal, %100 pamuk, goblen, etamin, kanaviçe, nakış ipliği. Anchor Muline 0013 KOD: Anc0013 -İthal, %100 pamuk, goblen, etamin, kanaviçe, nakış ipliği. Anchor Muline 0019 KOD: Anc0019 -İthal, %100 pamuk, goblen, etamin, kanaviçe, nakış ipliği. Anchor Muline 0020 KOD: Anc0020 -İthal, %100 pamuk, goblen, etamin, kanaviçe, nakış ipliği. Anchor Muline 0022 KOD: Anc0022 -İthal, %100 pamuk, goblen, etamin, kanaviçe, nakış ipliği. Anchor Muline 0023 KOD: Anc0023 -İthal, %100 pamuk, goblen, etamin, kanaviçe, nakış ipliği. Anchor Muline 0024 KOD: Anc0024 Anchor Muline 0025 KOD: Anc0025 Bilgi

My #Scarfie! The Stormy Weather Cowl: Free #Crochet Pattern One of the hottest fall/winter trends predicted this year is big, bulky, super thick yarn – and cowls and scarves of course! Well, Lion Brand has put together a super fun idea that speaks to both of those – #scarfie! Lion Brand sent me two skeins of Wool-Ease Thick & Quick – and the #scarfie challenge! The Stormy Weather Cowl is the result – and I love it! Stormy Weather Cowl Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites US – M/N, 9.0mm/10.0mm hook160 yds total Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (Super Bulky): 100 yds Charcoal (Color A) and 60 yds Fig (Color B)Finished size (laid flat): 18″ long and 7″ wideFor stitch abbreviation definitions and tutorials, please visit the Crochet Abbreviations PageClick Here for the Stormy Weather Cowl Video Tutorial Round 1: With Color A, ch 61, sc in 2nd ch from hook, and each remaining ch to end; join with sl st to work in the round. (60 sts) Alternate Round 1: FSC 60; join with sl st to work in the round. (60 sts) Round 5: Repeat Round 3.

Planning your Crochet-a-Long Layout with PicMonkey! If you’ve been keeping up with the Moogly Afghan Crochet-a-Long, you have a great big stack of squares sitting somewhere right now! There are only 7 more patterns to go – we’ll finish up in November, then spend December putting them together. Now whether you’ve started planning your layout or are waiting til you have all the blocks in hand, PicMonkey is a great tool to use – I’ll show you how! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. I love PicMonkey, and use it for almost every picture and graphic you see on Moogly. First though, the why. By using PicMonkey to plan my layout, the squares themselves stay neat and clean, I can move them around at the click of a button, and when I’ve got my final plan I can save and print the picture. I have the paid version, which has some great bonus fun stuff, but you don’t have to pay to use PicMonkey for this project – the free version works just fine! Click here: PicMonkey …and then click on the Collage button at the top of the screen.

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