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Woven Finger-Knitting Hula-Hoop Rug DIY

Woven Finger-Knitting Hula-Hoop Rug DIY
Here we go! I’m so excited to kick off this series of finger-knitting projects. For the first project, B proffered his largest ball of finger-knitting for us all to try weaving a rug! This project is super-fun and easy to do. The rug was made on a hula hoop loom, using an old t-shirt for the warp and a massively huge ball of finger knitting for the weft. My son’s ball started with four-finger finger-knitting(click here for a how-to) and switched mid-ball to single-finger finger-knitting. I have to say that although this project was easy for the kids to work on, I think the size of it was a bit overwhelming. My suggestion is to sit down and do a little bit of finger knitting, finish it off, ball it up and add it to a basket. I’ve been going nutty with finger-knitting. Here is the DIY for the hula hoop rug: Materials: A large ball of finger-knitting (or, this can be done in stages as you complete littler strands of finger-knitting) An old t-shirt (I used a women’s large) Scissors Voila!

Créer un tampon DIY avec du polystyrène en mousse Une idée toute simple pour créer un tampon et pour pouvoir dupliquer facilement un dessin avec de la peinture… Matériel nécessaire : une plaque de polystyrène en mousseun crayon à papier ou de couleur à bout arrondiun rouleau en moussede la peinture Il suffit d’une plaque de polystyrène en mousse, récupérée, par exemple, sur une boîte de hamburger ou achetée dans un magasin de loisirs créatifs, de faire un joli dessin puis de recouvrir de peinture pour pouvoir l’imprimer sur du papier. Difficulté : Temps : Coût : Woven Rag Rug Thank you for all the great feedback for liking my Braided Rag Rug. I understand that not everyone has a sewing machine or/and able to sew, so I created this no-sew version for the non-sewer who like to recycle their bed sheets or de-stash their fabrics to make this feet cozy Woven Rag Rug. This tutorial doesn’t require any loom for weaving; just use a sturdy corrugated carton box from your recycle pile. I hope everyone can do their part on greening the Earth again and reduce the rubbish that loaded the landfill. {Get full details on next page.} Pages: 1 2 Get all updates via email: Highlights from Our Partners

Finger Knitting How-to You know how I just wrote about how I like getting a handmade gift more than just about anything. Well, this is anything. Sitting on the couch on a lazy Sunday, knitting with my kids . . . that beats gift-getting for sure. It is a gift itself. We just sat there side-by-side, for about an hour, feeling the warmth from each other’s bodies, listening to music from my computer and basking in each others company as the sun streamed through the windows. Ahhh . . .the experience was so delightful, it was hard to peel myself away to take the photos. The two kiddos are finger-knitting, which I’ve written about before and again, but it continues to be a favorite activity. You end up with a long coil of knitting like this, that curls itself into a sort of tube. My son is using a finer and less expensive yarn, here. They really do enjoy the process. Some day, I’ll make a coiled rug from the pieces. Materials: Any yarn An eager kiddo Time: However long you want! Now, we’re going to head back again.

Latest Living Room Trends to follow this Winter 2019 – Rugs Ideas – New Way to Learn About Rugs Rearrange the furniture! The only way to spend no money is to utilize what you have to the fullest. Get the help of some friends and rearrange your furniture in different stylish ways. Style up Your Bookshelf: A good way to update your living room is to add a stylish bookcase. Light it Up: Consider adding some bright lights either in the form of some antique glass fountains or a glamorous chandelier or simple recessed lights. Add some colorful vignette: Add this to your living room without spending a single dime. Add geometric cushions: New bright cushions with some voguish patterns will make the same old sofa to look brand new. Check out The Huge Variety of Colonial Mills Transform your old furniture into new: If a piece of furniture is in good condition and has a contemporary design, try to transform it with a fresh coat of paint or simple polishing. Add some colorful rug: A central rug will complete the look of your living room. Like this: Like Loading...

Good quality Oil Lamp for below? [Archive] - The WoodenBoat Forum Originally posted by Marvin Hamon: I found the Aladdin to be a very dangerous item to have around. It had to be watched constantly when it was lit because it would almost always flare up after burning for 15 or 20 minutes. I tried to get it to work correctly and followed all the instructions so I'm not sure what the problem was.Ahh...the novice aladdin user problem. There's two things that cause the problem you describe. 1. Aladdin these days supplies a wick trimmer -- basically as circular plane that sits on top of the burner and trims the wick when you rotate the trimmer. 2. The Aladdin lamp behave a bit differently, due to the excitement of the mantle by the kerosene flame. You need to turn down the wick as soon as you start to see carbon buildup (or flames) on the mantle. It also went through mantels like crazy.

Comment enlever la rouille sur vos outils Vous êtes fan de bricolage ou de jardinage et quelques-un de vos outils ont eu la bonne idée de s’acoquiner avec la rouille ? Pas de panique ! Découvrez comment vous allez pouvoir enlever la rouilles sur vos outils ou les nettoyer quand ils sont sales. Un bain anti-rouille Vous pouvez utiliser du vinaigre blanc pour éliminer la rouille tout simplement. Ce qu’il vous faut : du vinaigre blancde l’eauun seau ou un récipient pour y plonger vos outils rouillés Maintenant, passez à l’action Regroupez vos outils et faites-les tremper pendant plusieurs jours dans un bain de vinaigre blanc pur ou dilué 50% eau – 50% vinaigre blanc. Une fois le bain terminé, laissez-les sécher à l’air libre. Si vous avez des boulons, vis, écrous un bon bain vinaigré leur fera du bien ! La boule contre les taches de rouilles Si vous avez des taches de rouilles sur vos outils, vous pouvez utiliser la méthode de la « boule de journal ». Comment faire ça ? Prenez plusieurs feuilles de journal que vous mettez en boule.

Crocheted Stones Ever since I entered the blogging world and saw crocheted stones, I have wanted to make one. I think they are gorgeous. The crochet skill required just seemed far beyond my crochet abilities however, which were pretty much limited to this potholder I blogged about long ago. Seeing something so beautiful that I want to make made me anxious to put an end to the inequity. Then, I saw this tutorial by Margaret Oomen on Purl Bee. For the pattern on Purl Bee, she says you need only know how to chain, single crochet and double crochet–that’s it. When my mother’s birthday popped up on the horizon, I thought–what a perfect opportunity to finally try to make these. Margaret’s photos and tutorial were helpful and after a few fits and starts and trying to understand how the pattern worked, I got it! Of course, I have this weird thing, where I can’t stop. Well, I didn’t find any other tutorials for crochet covered stones online, other than this one, which used a chart (ack! I love the star pattern.

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Reclaimed Plywood Ceiling and Open Shelving in a Guest Bath | Burlap & Denim On the main floor of our home we have a tiny guest bath. I have tried to spruce it up many times, even going so far at to paint it Kelly green (yikes! that lasted less than 24 hours). I decided to go the opposite of bright. I went for a feeling of weathered, worn, dull and peaceful. This is my Reclaimed Barn Wood Ceiling I painted the walls a light grey (Ralph Lauren Tudric Pewter interior eggshell paint – mixed and matched at Lowes) I wanted to something on the ceiling. I couldn’t believe how beautiful the ply wood looked when installed. The vanity that came with our house is a bit awkward. I liked the stenciling, but have always loved open shelving and the merchandising ability it gives me, even for my guest bathroom. Here is my merchandising/storage for now. Accessorizing with new mirror from Ikea, an old map print from Target, a leaf sculpture from Pier 1 and a magazine rack from Pottery Barn (all but the mirror were gathered from around my house).

DIY : Comment fabriquer un moulin à vent avec des matériaux recyclés - Nous et les minibouts Cela fait un moment que je voulais écrire cet article… Tout a commencé lors de notre dernier séjour à Berck-sur-Mer lors de la 28ème édition des Rencontres Internationales de Cerfs-Volants (RICV) au mois d’avril dernier ! Si vous ne connaissez pas, c’est vraiment magique aussi bien pour les enfants que les parents ;) En se promenant sur la plage de Berck, on peut notamment visiter les Jardins du Vent (parcours animé d’éoliennes), avec des créations originales qui ont inspiré nos moulins à vent. Si vous aussi, vous voulez vous lancer, rien de plus simple ! Et puis c’est tellement bien de donner une deuxième vie à des objets récupérés dans le sac de recyclage ! Matériel - Une bouteille d’eau en plastique vide - Un bouchon en plastique supplémentaire - Un pic à brochette en bois - Une perle en bois - Un bouchon de liège - Un tuteur en bambou - De la peinture acrylique - Des pinceaux - Du vernis colle - Un cutter - Des ciseaux - Un tournevis - Un pistolet à colle Etape 1 :

A Foothill Home Companion: Winter Berries, A Tutorial Well, it took me a month, but I finally got around to making another "Winter Berries" crochet covered stone and documenting the process to share with you. Supplies a smooth round rockwhite, brown and red or burgundy fine gauge crochet threadsmall gauge crochet hook (I used size 8 for this rock)tapestry needle and scissors Step 1 Using white crochet thread, make a chain and join to form circle with a slip stitch. Round 1: Chain 2, dc (double crochet) in next five chains, chain 1. Round 2: dc in next four stitches, 2 dc in next stitch, chain 1. After two rows, I started decreasing to accommodate the curve of the rock. Round 3: dc in next 5 stitches, chain 1. Round 4: dc in next 4 stitches, chain 1. You will now be crocheting around the rock, decreasing each row to fit the rock. Round 5: dc in next 3 stitches, chain 1. Round 6: dc in next 2 stitches, chain 1. Round 7: dc in next stitch. Round 8: *skip 1 stitch, dc in next stitch; repeat from * to end of row. Step 2 Step 3

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