Spring lacy hat for little girls - Free Pattern with Tutorial and Chart The pattern is written for toddler size, but you can adapt for a smaller/ bigger size, making less/more rounds with increases for the crown of the hat. Each round you'll increase 12 stitches. Other sizes can be obtained also using other yarn weight and hook size. Materials: - 1 skein of Caron Simply Soft, colors of your choice (2, 3 or how many colors you want) - 4.5 mm crochet hook Special stitch:tw sc: twisted sc See the stitch instructions in my Twisted Single Crochet Tutorial . Notes: (Update 22.02.2014 - I modified the crown of the hat for better results) For the crown of the hat, starting with the second round, replace the first dc of the round with ch2 (NOT ch3) and finish each round with 1slst into the top of the first dc from beg of round (NOT slst in the top of the chain)!!! The Ch2 does not counts as a stitch! At the end of each round of the crown, count your stitches! Be sure not to miss that stitch! For the shell pattern the ch3 counts as the first dc. The crown of the hat
Fruit (Bowl) Loops: 8 Circular Wood, Glass & Metal Designs Circular forms are a clear choice for storing the rounded forms of fruits – but these creative modern design ideas are anything but obvious. For starters, when someone asks you to pass them this vertical wooden fruit ‘bowl’ just give it a nudge and send it rolling their way – just don’t slip while sliding them the bananas! This nifty set of wood, metal and black-painted plastic half-bowls – also by the artist Helena Schepens – does not have quite the same moves but is still quite dynamic. From tiny grapes to sizable pears and appleas, each piece of fruit added to or subtracted from the mix changes the angle of the centerpiece. To round it out, other designers have developed turn-style systems allowing you to rotate your fruit into place and pop it out of the mix (like the metal one shown on top or the white wall-hanging repositories at the bottom.
Origami paso a paso: Videos fáciles para hacer figuras en origami Aprende a hacer lindas figuras en origami! Es fácil y lo puedes hacer por tu cuenta, siguiendo nuestros videos. En esta página encuentras enlaces a trece listas de diferentes categorías para aprender a hacer figuras en origami. Cada figura de papel y su respectivo vídeo GRATIS con instrucciones paso a paso para plegarla, ha aparecido en entradas diferentes al blog de Origami Spirit. Se listan aquí para facilitar tu búsqueda. Si te gusta lo que ves aquí en OrigamiSpirit, da clic aquí para suscribirte y recibir acualizaciones GRATIS. Para entrar a cada página listada, da clic sobre el título correspondiente. Da clic para seguirnos en FACEBOOK Fotos de figuras que se muestran en paso a paso en esta página web.
Origami-Make: Instructions to learn how to make origami models Aunt Annie's Crafts - Crafts and more, for all ages! Paper Flowers – Anyone Can Do That | FindInspirations.com Japanese Kusudama, this tutorial is featured on Craftuts Anyone can do that, I assure you. The proof: I can, just take a quick look at my result below. Below you can see my very first attempt to create paper flowers. What you will need to make your own Kusudama paper ball? 1. 3. 4. (optionally) I prefer torn paper instead of cut. You have to start with a single petal. Now you have to glue your 5 petals into a flower. Apply the glue to only one side of each petal, except for the last one, in this case cover both sides with glue. Your first flower is done. Don’t glue every petal right after you make it. When all 12 flowers are finished you have to glue them together. When two halves of Kusudama Flower Ball are ready you have to glue them together.
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Easy and Unique DIY Vases Everyone loves vases, but it’s difficult to find one that is unique and not the same old run of the mill vase you’ve seen 1000 times before. As the most prominent centerpiece, you always want a vase to be special, just like the rest of your decor. Whether it is empty, holding flower, a candle pebbles or anything else, a vase can be boring or the perfect accent you’ve been looking for. This lovely vase is simple and its beauty is its simplicity. For this cozy yet stylish vase, pick up some clear craft glue and yearn and collect a few pop bottles, beer or wine bottles. For some true vintage charm, these are the way to go. courtesy of sjarmerende-gjenbruk.blogspot.com This is simple, whimsical and somehow elegant. For this ornate design, either buy punch paper or create your own with sturdy poster board paper, stock paper, card paper, construction paper or something else you know of. courtesy of witandwhistle.com For those who want light, but don’t want fire, this is the vase for you.