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Modèles de chaussons Drops

Modèles de chaussons Drops

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DIY Project: How to Crochet Baby Sandals This DIY project is both fun and cute and we can show you step by step how to crochet this sweet baby sandals. So we will walk you through the art of crocheting sandals, which your baby will just love to wear. You will need: soft yarn in 2 colors, soft wool for trim, buttons, G6- 4.25 mm hook (to go down a size use a G-4mm, to go down a second size use a f-3.75mm hook). And now let’s start crocheting. You can find the tutorial here, that is also the one we came across, tried it and turned out to be just perfect as we made some great baby sandals. So now all you have to do is to purchase the materials you’ll need and start crocheting an awesome pair of sandals for your baby. Knit a mohair scarf or wrap - Knitting Fairylike billows of Rowan Kidsilk Haze are fashioned into a feather-light scarf or wrap using three lace patterns: knot stitch, crossed eyelet stitch, and a swirl border. Perfect for an intermediate knitter who wants to try lacework, this delicate, weblike design works up quickly and uses only a few balls of luxurious yarn, though it can be made to any desired length or width. Materials • 1 (2) 25 g balls Rowan Kidsilk Haze, shade 590 Pearl • 1 pair size 10 (6 mm) knitting needles • 1 size 9 (5.5 mm) circular needle (sharp-pointed for lacework), 24 ins (60 cm) long • Stitch markers • Row counter

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Free Pattern- On the Side « Abby's Knits Posted on June 20, 2009 by Abby On The Side by Abby Tohline Fully Reversible Cabled Scarf One problem I often have with scarf patterns is that they’re too simple, not interesting enough to make, or one sided. Actually, my biggest problem is that in my opinion, scarves should look the same (or equally good) on both sides.