Metal Flowers Picture Tutorial I am just in love with my metal flowers!! Love making them in all different sizes and shapes. Getting better at each time! So many ways you can use them. Hope the picture tutorial will help you make some pretty ones too! corbeille avec des sacs plastiques Recycling ideas: basket out of nilon bag Material - Plastic bags- Scissors, needles, Instruction: Step 1: - Cut off the bottom of the handle of bags. Winter turban Finally a hat that is warm as well as feminine! This project is pretty easy as long as you get the hold of the brioche stitch. You make a scarf and shape it into a turban Yarn100 g Abuelita Merino Worsted NeedlesCircular needles US 9 Gauge4" = about 10 stitches
Mes favoris tricot-crochet Tuto Bordures au crochet *Skip 2 stitches, then dc 7 times into the next stitch. Skip 2 stitches, then slip stitch into the next stitch.* Practical Solution for Small Apartments: Hidden Bed Limited space is something more and more people are struggling with when leaving in large and crowded cities. With the trend growing from year to year, and megacities being a certainty in the future, why not plan ahead? Try to make this three-in-one piece of DIY furniture. American Crafts Studio Blog: Spring Bouquet What's Springtime without a beautiful bouquet of flowers? Nothing blooming in your neck of the woods yet? Create your own with AC products! Supplies: Everyday Felt Flowers (77177) - MyHouse, Stem Occasions Four (89090) - Ribbon, Petal Occasions Four (89082) - Ribbon, Petal Occasions Four (89079) - Ribbon, various buttons I used some things I had on hand to whip up this fun flower bouquet. Stopping in my kitchen, I picked up some skewer sticks and an empty pop can to pair with some bright AC buttons, ribbon, and MyHouse flowers.
Sew Many Ways...: Thread Organizing Linking Party...Share Your Ideas Usually on Sew, Sew Saturday, I share something I've sewn during the week, a fun pattern or tutorial. However, I mentioned last week that I wanted to have a linking party for thread organizing ideas. Today and for the rest of the week, I will have the linking party open so you can share how you organize your sewing thread!! Thread. We all have it, love it and keep buying it.
My Quilt-As-You-Go Process – A tutorial (of sorts)… Firstly an apology – sorry to those people I promised this tute to weeks ago!– What can I say… I’ve been busy sewing & enjoying a lovely Christmas & the holidays…Ok when you put it like that I’m not that sorry at all….All I can say is better late than never right I first came across QAYG blocks and the technique over at Rita’s Red Pepper Quilts blog very shortly after I’d started sewing. How to Make Costumes Upload giannyl.com Subscription preferences Loading... Working...
DIY Idea: Make Your Own Portable Outdoor Kitchen You may have seen all those beautiful outdoor kitchens with a fancy counter top and powerful grills and ovens. Well, everyone would want such a thing for their home, but usually they come at a price; a high price that is. Fortunately the DIY community doesn’t let you down and provides with a lot of projects to build an outdoor kitchen by yourself. Not all will be thrilled to build a structure of stone and bricks, and some might even say the cost to such an endeavor isn’t worth the trouble. For all these people, we have the perfect solution: DIY portable kitchen made out of wood. Well as promised before Christmas, I’ve been working away and created a little tutorial for all of you on how to make a wrap cardigan. I really think this cardigan design is brilliant. There are just so many different ways you can wear it! (Remember when I wore it loose?)
Simple Ribbed Hat Pattern - Purl Avenue After having taken three exams earlier this week, I decided to take a little break and hang out with my friend Meagan. I have to say that it was a very nice change of pace. I haven’t seen her since I got back from China, and I have to admit, it had been way too long. There was much to discuss and a lot of catching up. Also, I was able to have her volunteer as a guinea pig for my new hat pattern Hopefully she enjoyed the slouchy beanie and will wear it proudly.
tapis This Crochet rugs are made by Olga at olinohobby.com All you need is yarn, old T-shirts & crochet hook. Now the images will guide you trough the process. And that is it simple but really nice! Thank you Olga for this tutorial!