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I love ombre and this method is a way to precisely control exactly how an ombre knits into a project. This Instructable covers dying the yarn, knitting it ...
- yarn - all plant or animal fibers, no synthetics (acrylic, nylon, polyester, etc.) - for this bag I used 2 skeins of Sugar 'n Cream - dye ...
If you're dying for a project you need to know how my yarn your project will take. I'm making a bag that I'll knit by working in the ...
Following your dye packages directions, dissolve the salt into water in the pan. I was using a hot water dye so I heated my water until it was ...
This bag is about 12 by 14 inches, flat, and large enough for a wallet, book, bottle of water, and a few other basics. If you want a ...
Sew up the bottom and tie off the yarn tails securely. Pin the zipper into place on one side. Make sure the bag is folded in half on ...
For the straps I used 1 inch wide by 28 inch strips of leather, and the finished strap is about 20 inches. You can definitely make the straps ...
As soon as the handles are on it's ready to go. If you want it to be a bit stronger or more structured you could add a lining, ...
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