Cocoon Hanging Seat - Free Knitting Pattern Time needed: about 1 week, depending on the knitting speed and knitting hour per dayDifficulty: Intermediate / AdvanceWarning: For safety precaution to avoid serious injury, please make sure the ceiling support and hook are strong enough to hold the total weight of the chair and the kid that seats in.Description: This hanging seat is knitted by using garter stitch and short row construction. The short row between the rows is 2 sts.Knowledge: Must know how to Long Tail Cast on, Knit Garter Stitch, Basic Short Row knit in garter stitch, Knit 2 Together, Center Double Decrease and Horizontal seam (click each link to watch the knitting video on youtube)Hanging Seat Dimension Approximately: 28″ diameter x 82″ height (After stretched. The dimension depends on how heavy you stuff and stretch the cocoon hanging seat)Hanging Seat Weight Approximately: 12 poundsTools & Materials 1.
Versatile Sofa With Storage Is Made From Recycled Wooden Pallets Aparte/via Reused wooden pallets are popping up in designs everywhere nowadays, but there's debate as to whether they're "palletable" or not. It's a tricky subject, but with this clean-looking two-seater, French firm Aparte has a simple solution: paint it black and voilà, recycled chic. Aparte /via Nicknamed "Woodstock," this canapé is intended to be something that could be produced for the larger market:
Crocodile Stitch Hooded Cowl by Bonita Patterns This hooded cowl will keep you warm and looking cute. The style features the crocodile stitch all over with a two button closure. This is a fun-to-work piece that will impress without stress. The pattern includes a PHOTO TUTORIAL with many pictures showing the pattern in more details. Pattern is written in US crochet terms. Apprendre la menuiserie Avec Manjini Jayaraman Manjini Jayaraman is a furniture specialist from India who has over thirty five years of experience in the woodworking industry. He lives in the southern city of Pondicherry and hails from a fishing community that has faced hardship in recent times. Having dropped out of school at the age of thirteen, Manjini began working as a carpenter's apprentice. The practical skills and techniques that he picked up created opportunities for him both in India and abroad.
Bath Pouf Free Crochet Pattern This is an easy and free bath pouf crochet pattern. It’s not scratchy like a nylon pouf, but still suds up well when used with liquid body wash. It has a loop to hang dry after use. It comes out a nice size- approximately 5 inches in diameter. The best thing about this pattern is you make the hanging loop before you make the body of the puff. A lot of the other patterns have you make the loop separately after the body of the puff is made, and it’s really hard to get into the middle of the puff to attach it.
simple "azuma bukuro bag" tutorial A whole days ago, I received a email from one of my customer if I could sell this pattern or not.I have been thinking to make the pattern and tutorial for some time.To make the bag is not difficult, if you have sewing experience.So here is the result tutorial!! (This is the tutorial in English! This is not easy for me. It makes me crazy!!)First I though about selling the pattern and tutorial on my Etsy store. However, I changed my mind.Instead of selling it, I decided to share the tutorial HERE on my blog!! suspension pour plantes Nowadays most of the people recycle. It’s true that we need to correct our disposable culture and our Eco-nomically. Recycling is the most popular solution to our plastic pollution problem. Reuse plastic bottles and transform them into different solutions for your home. In fact, if you are reusing junk, you are helping to make the initial energy that went into the production of that material last longer and go farther. You can reuse most of the plastic bottles if you clean them properly using hot soapy water.
Lacy Crochet: Crochet Tealight Candle Holders, Free Pattern These votive candles in cute holders along with some doilies, small white pumpkins, and dry baby-breath flowers adore the dresser in my bedroom. I like to decorate with votive candles, as they are quite inexpensive (especially if buying in bulk). However, I felt that my votive candles needed some charm. So I came up with these lovely crocheted holders. A. J. Ayer – ‘What I Saw When I Was Dead’ - Great British atheist philosopher A. J. Ayer (1910 – 1989) recounts his extraordinary near death experience in an article for The Sunday Telegraph (28th August 1988), reflecting upon its possible implications. That Undiscovered Country/What I Saw When I Was Dead 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!
Conor Harrington ‘A Whole lot of Trouble for a Little bit of Win’ is a new body of work I’ve been concentrating on over the summer. It’s based on my 2nd big photo shoot. Two of the paintings are currently on show at the Lazarides Bedlam exhibition, I’ll have 1 more big piece at the Rathbone later this month and finally I’ll be having a show of drawings and studies at The Outsiders early next year. Hip hop nerds among you might recognize the title from a recent El P track and I thought it was the perfect sentiment to sum up the ideas in my work over the last few years. Big thanks to Joao Retorta for the behind the scenes film above, Alex De Souza and of course to photographer Eoghan Brennan and models Jaffar, Alan, Louis and Cody.
10 Trends Driving The Future Of Book Publishing - Digital Thinking Remember those days? Mark Coker (@markcoker), Founder of Smashwords, the world’s largest indie book distributor, gave a great talk at the excellent Edinburgh Publishing Conference on the key trends driving the future of the book publishing industry. The conference brought together a wide range of experiences from across the publishing industry under the title ‘Publishing: Evolution, Disruption & the Future’ and further posts will follow in due course. Founded in 2008, Smashwords is now the world’s largest indie book distributor, with 60,000 authors and it shares data about what book sales looks like. Mark’s wife was a former reporter for a soap opera magazine.
How Friendly Flora Reduce Inflammation Sunday, May 13, 2012 By: Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist The importance of the healthy balance of foreign inhabitants within your digestive tract to your general health and well-being cannot be understated. New research shows that a type of friendly flora known as lactobacillus produces an enzyme called lactocepin, which can quickly degrade inflammatory messages within your digestive tract.