background preloader

THE chaussettes sans couture avec deux aiguilles (allez, trois!) - Moutons et compagnie

THE chaussettes sans couture avec deux aiguilles (allez, trois!) - Moutons et compagnie

http://bedoandco.canalblog.com/archives/2006/11/04/3079786.html

Related:  créativité - organisation papierTricottricot

german innovation for daily calendars: timecircles with NIVREL-dial – X47 The X47 Daily Calendar "Time Circles" Round time circles have had and continue to have a strong influence on western culture and society. Just as a watch allows you to quickly recognize the time and remember it as well, using this time circle concept for your daily activities allows you to quickly get the information you need, while best allowing you to hold this information in your memory. Your daily activities are easily and clearly inserted into the time circle, giving you a realistic overview of your appointments, meetings and activities. "Time Circles" is a unique daily calendar format designed by X47.

tinselmint: SIZE MATTERS: YARN AND KNITTING NEEDLES SIZES AND STANDARDS One thing you may not realize when you start out knitting is that size matters! Well when it comes to knitting needles and yarn that is. Have you ever looked at a yarn label? If you have, you may have seen some of the following: Free Knitting Pattern: Manos Camote Pocket Scarf FollowFollowingNobleKnits Knitting Blogblog.nobleknits.comFeaturing kettle dyed Manos del Uruguay Maxima yarn, Comote Scarf is a free knitting pattern. The scarf is knit in garter stitch with double moss accents, and has a pocket at each end for warmth or storage. Wear it draped or wrap it once around your neck...ReportNudity or PornographySpamPromotes Self-HarmAttacks a Group or IndividualsOther Bloglovin helps you follow the blogs you read by letting you know when they update. More posts from NobleKnits Knitting Blog

DIY: How To Make Tiny Pom Poms With A Fork! Tiny pom pom's. What more could you ask for in life? This week we thought we would show you how to make these adorable little balls of happiness with just a fork and some wool. Cute, basic and ready to be glued onto everything; now that is my kind of tutorial! DIY Macrame Bracelet Growing up by the beach in Southern California, the ability to knot a macrame bracelet was practically a right of passage. Although those days are long behind us, we’ve never forgotten the ever-so-simple square knot technique. This time, however, we’re replacing hemp and wooden beads for more updated elements like colorful nylon cord and glossy metal charms. Happy knotting!

Flexible Focus #72: Use an Author’s Mandala Chart to Write & Publish a Book « Active Garage Note by Will Reed A few weeks ago, Roger sent me an email telling me he was adapting my One-Year Planning MandalaChart, described in Flexible Focus #64: The One-Year Plan, into a writing and marketing tool for authors. I immediately asked Roger to share his ideas as an ActiveGarage guest post, and he agreed. His post appears below. I think you’ll agree it’s a great example of “tinkering” with an idea and putting it to work in new ways. Why author’s need an Author MandalaChart

iKNITS: REWRITTEN CABLE SLIPPERS PATTERN 0 Remember these bad boys? A TON of you have been asking me so many questions on how to make these cable slippers because the pattern is very hard to understand and makes it extremely challenging to follow along smoothly while knitting. I don't know about you, but when I knit, I want it to be a relaxing experience. I would compare it to as if I were doing yoga. I don't want to have a hernia because I am trying to understand what the heck the pattern is trying to say!!!

Loving... a crochet headband {30 Days of Creativity} - Thingsdeeloves Yay, it’s Friday! I hope you’ve enjoyed the first week of this series, I have to admit that I’ve enjoyed putting the list of projects together. For our last project for the week I’m sharing this really simple twisted crochet headband from Olivia and Hopeful Honey. I only have very basic crochet skills, but I think that even I could tackle this projects – perfect for the chilly Winter months coming up here in South Africa! It’s also a great way to use up bits and pieces of left-over wool. Please let me know if you give it a try! Garter Tab Cast On I use the garter tab cast on for most of my top down shawl designs like Daybreak, Herbivore, Akimbo, Pogona, and the 2011 Mystery Shawl: Earth & Sky. The stitch counts in the photo tutorial below represent the exact same instructions for the beginnings of Transatlantic, Pogona, and Earth & Sky. You can use the same tutorial for my other shawl designs, but the cast on number or garter stitch rectangle length may be slightly different. 1. Cast on 3 stitches. My default cast on is the long tail method, but just about any cast on will be fine here.

Une carte / pochette cadeau et son tuto » Stampin'2gether ! Hello, Today I show you a gift bag given to illustrate the challenge #3 of Cards Maniak’ : One can drag notes, tickets for shows, a good gift…. History of change from the traditional all white envelope, some tristoune. ;) And for those who might be tempted to do, voila the Institute (with some delay due to microbes) : 1/ In a sheet of cardstock, cut a rectangle 15.5 cm wide by 29.7 cm high. Mind Maps - Idea Communication Sample 1: Mind Map — Daily Planning Mindmap sample: Daily planning. This example is created with ConceptDraw MINDMAP mind mapping software enhanced with from ConceptDraw Solution Park. Sample 2: Mind Map — Conference Planning

Dropped and Found Wrap ~ Free Knit Pattern Dropped and Found Wrap Free Knit Pattern Easy Skill Level Designed by Jessie Rayot Dropped and Found is a warm wrap that is much simpler to make than it looks. It uses dropped stitches woven back together in larger stitches to create texture and an interesting detail. I love bringing mine to movies or Girl Scout meetings ~ as both those places are always a bit cooler than I like.

Related:  tine13190remodtricot