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Maize Hutton

This gurl's been croshayin' wooden hanger covers and potholders cross stitched with little words. Me likey my thrifted spindle .

Ravelry: Simple cloth pattern by Maria Valles

A simple, useful little cloth that can be used as a dishcloth, washcloth, or even a trivet. Worked double-stranded in hdc in contrasting colours for a lovely marled effect.

*sc; ch 3; begin dc in sp between sc and 1st ch, draw thru 2 loops; dc in same sp as sc, draw thru 2 loops, 2, and 2* Start again * (or, as I prefer, skip next st, then repeat at *) TW

crochet edge - chain double crochet in base of chain and don't pull thread through the last loop twice, this leaves 3 loops. Pull chain through 3 loops, skip 2 stiches of your base work and single crochet in the stitch.

Two-Color Crochet Entrelac

Entrelac, simply a combination of various techniques blended into one fabric that looks woven, is one of those projects that look much more complicated than they were to execute. The techniques of …

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Heidi Bears: African Flower Hexagon Join-as-you-go Tutorial

Today was a quiet day.we spent it at home, just pottering about. Gerry had to go and do rounds, and the kids did homework while I photogra.

Circle squares blanket | por Sue McLoughlin

It's finished, fifteen months and ninety-nine squares after it was begun , although it did take just a wee bit more yarn than I orig.

Mr. Micawber's Recipe for Happiness: Whimsicality Cowl Crochet Pattern & Tutorial

Micawber's Recipe for Happiness: Whimsicality Cowl FREE Crochet Pattern & Tutorial

Invisible Stitch #3 6. Take hold of yarn hanging out bottom of your 'ladder', running up middle of your two squares. Hold that firmly. Pull gently on yarn emerging from top of your ladder. 7. That ladder has disappeared! It's largely invisible. Now do your 'making stitches invisible' bit, - pulling. Just make sure bottom part of yarn is held firmly in place. 9.Gently pull top one into place.

Sewing up knitting or crochet with an invisible stitch.

Invisible Stitch #3 6. Take hold of yarn hanging out bottom of your 'ladder', running up middle of your two squares. Hold that firmly. Pull gently on yarn emerging from top of your ladder. 7. That ladder has disappeared! It's largely invisible. Now do your 'making stitches invisible' bit, - pulling. Just make sure bottom part of yarn is held firmly in place. 9.Gently pull top one into place.

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