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Miniature Crochet Animals Dollhouse Amigurumi Toys par SuAmi

Miniature Crochet Animals Dollhouse Amigurumi Toys par SuAmi

Crocheted Tropical Birds | Crocheting Crafts | Fun Crafts — Country Woman Magazine Instructions GAUGE: With size G hook, 6 hdcs and 5 rows = 2 inches. Techniques/stitches used: Refer to knitting/crocheting abbreviations below. When working in rounds, do not join unless instructed to. Finished size: Each doll is about 5 inches wide x 15 inches tall. N-Rnd 1: With bright pink or turquoise, ch 10, join with sl st to first ch to form a ring. FEET (make 4): LEGS (make 2): L-Rnd 1: With yarn to match feet, ch 9, join with sl st to first ch to form a ring.L-Rnds 2-19: Sc in each st around: count 8 scs. WINGS (make 4): OPTIONAL TAIL FEATHERS (make 4 each of bright pink, yellow and turquoise): Ch 17, hdc in third ch from hk and in each ch across. With any color yarn, sew one end of all feathers together in a bunch. FINISHING: Referring to photo for position, sew buttons to head for eyes with matching yarn and tapestry needle. Abbreviations Crocheted Tropical Birds from Tanya Taylor of Hillsborough, North Carolina Tagged as: Crocheting Crafts, Fun Crafts

Constellation Quilt by Emily Fischer Imaginative and timeless, the Constellation Quilt project illuminates our connection to the still mysterious universe. It is a project meant to spark our curiosity for the cosmos in a tactile, easily understood way using traditional craft techniques and astronomical data. A Constellation Quilt can be used as a learning tool, a functional art object and modern heirloom. Like our other quilt projects at Haptic Lab, a Constellation Quilt is meant to be passed on from generation to generation. Each handmade quilt measures 60” square and is made of 100% cotton sateen, dyed a vivid turquoise color. A letterpressed star chart will accompany each quilt to help you locate the constellations, printed by Swayspace in Brooklyn. Haptic Lab is an interdisciplinary design studio, founded on the floor of a Brooklyn apartment by architect Emily Fischer in 2009. hap • tic: referring to the sense of touch Please visit www.hapticlab.com for more information. Team Haptic Lab Why just 50 quilts?

MANEKI-NEKO "Black" 0.65L - THEODOR - S.F.T.O. 1842 sas Cast iron teapot from Japan THEODOR's Exclusive Model Contain: 0.65l - Delivered with its individual filter - Individually packed - Enamelled inside The maneki-neko (Japanese: 招き猫), literally 'beckoning cat') is a common Japanese figurine (lucky charm, talisman), which is often believed to bring good luck to the owner. The maneki-neko is sometimes also called the welcoming cat, lucky cat, money cat, happy cat, or fortune cat in English. This teapot is the opportunity of you carry luck while preparing your tea. A creation 2013 for THEODOR.

Ma TV est très attachée à mon mur Bien choisir sa fixation murale Le choix de la fixation est bien évidemment déterminant. Elle devra être parfaitement adaptée à votre TV, à votre mur, mais aussi à vos besoins. C'est pourquoi il vous faudra répondre aux 5 questions suivantes pour être sûr d'acheter la fixation qu'il vous faut : ''La fixation utilise-t-elle la même norme que mon téléviseur ?'' La norme VESA est devenue le standard de la fixation murale. De plus en plus de fixation de grande taille sont conçues pour s'adapter à tous les téléviseurs, sans exception. ''La fixation supporte-t-elle le poids de mon TV ?'' Même si les écrans plats ont considérablement allégé le poids des téléviseurs, il n'en est pas pour autant négligeable ; surtout quand on parle de diagonales de 46 pouces et plus. ''Mon mur supportera-t-il ce poids ?'' A partir du moment où le mur est constitué d'un matériau plein et dense, il supportera sans problème le poids du téléviseur. ''La taille de mon téléviseur est-elle à prendre en compte ?''

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