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Scarf Knit With Comb ∙ How To by Zydonia on Cut Out

Scarf Knit With Comb ∙ How To by Zydonia on Cut Out
scarf, knit, weareables, accesories I was just curious if it would be possible to knit on a pick or comb. So, I tried it. It actually works really well for a small project! First, I tried a pick using all the teeth. I kept weaving it too tight and couldn't get the yarn over the other. Then, I tried a big fat comb. Please post images if you give this a try.

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Free Pattern – Crochet Drawstring Bag I am so glad that my blog’s migration is finally over, phew!!! After numerous sleepless nights fighting against broken links, fine tune the layout (still doing though), adding plugins, widgets, blah blah blah…. I am back to posting again, YAY!!! As promised, here is my first free pattern for the drawstring bag made from T-shirt yarn, yup, another recycle project for the environment. You can click the image below to get the free pattern link in acrobat .pdf format. Before you jump into the free pattern, below are some of the tips on how to get it done. Heron's Crafts: Olympic Countdown - 11 Weeks to go - Olympic Keyrings Just 11 weeks to go until the start of the London 2012 Olympics. This week I made some London keyrings inspired by these over at Sarah Ortega. I have never had Jenga so couldn't use Jenga blocks to make these key rings. Instead, I used 7 x 2 x 1.2 cm blocks of wood.