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7 plantas que deixam sua casa muito cheirosa e não precisam de terra para crescer!
Confira dicas especiais para cultivar plantas de decoração e de alimentação sem a necessidade de plantio! Você é apaixonado por plantas? Gosta de ter um Você é apaixonado por plantas? Gosta de ter um pouco da natureza em casa e ervas frescas para cozinhar, mas não quer ter o trabalho de mexer com terra? Então este texto é para você!
How to do the Colonial Knot - Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials
This knot looks pretty much like the French Knot but has a higher profile, which means, it looks more prominent. Also, while we wrap around twice in the same direction for the French Knot, we wrap around in an ‘8’ shape to make the Colonial Knot.
Colonial knot and how's it different from french knot?
French knot is, undoubtedly, the most popular knot stitch out there. But it has a “twin” - colonial knot. Jump in to explore the similarities and differences between the two! So, how do you stitch colonial knot? Many people fear it because it seems tricky. Me too, for a long time I used french knots exclusively and didn't even want to try the colonial one because it just seems difficult. But I was wrong! Once you “crack” the process, stitching colonial knots will go smoothly and fast. The…
BARRADO DE CROCHÊ PARA PANO DE PRATO, TOALHA DE MESA, TOALHA COM CANTO
No vídeo de hoje compartilho mais um passo a passo de barrado de crochê, modelo fácil e com cantos, bom para fazer em panos quadrados, toalha de mesa, trilho...
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At the last meeting of the Embroiderers' Guild, I was given a little project to take home. It was several candlewicking pieces that required only Colonial Knots. I had never heard of that before, so I learned it and now I'll show you! : ) So welcome back to another edition of 'Saturday Stitches' where you watch me teach myself to embroider! you can see all posts by clicking on 'Tutorials' at the very top of my blog A Colonial Knot is a little different that a French Knot. It doesn't make…