Instructables: exploring - living - yarn - gift Mon, 27 Jul 2015 19:02:32 PDT BLOX v1.01 How to Crochet a Heart (small)
How to Crochet a Heart (small) - More DIY How To Projects]]> PatronesValhalla Good day everyone! =)My name is Edgar (a.k.a. Garo) and i hope that you're having a great day! =) In today's tutorial i want to demonstrate how to crochet a basic Heart in three different sizes, in this one, you'll learn how to make the small version... It doesn't matter if Valentine's Day was month...
By: PatronesValhalla

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Mon, 1 Jun 2015 11:06:12 PDT
Crochet Cross Bookmark
Crochet Cross Bookmark - More DIY How To Projects]]> Passion Make This bookmark makes a perfect gift for a friend or loved one! These would make unique bookmarks for your Bible or any book. Perfect gift for a Sunday School Teacher, Pastor or family! I am so in love with how it came out! You can add a loop at the top for hanging, add a tassel for a bookmark, or eve...
By: Passion Make

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Sat, 2 May 2015 22:53:29 PDT
Crochet Easter Egg Cover
Crochet Easter Egg Cover - More DIY How To Projects]]> Passion Make Turn an ordinary egg (plastic, wooden or natural) into a pretty keepsake. This cover is sized for an average size plastic or natural chicken egg, and is removable.This is a very fast and easy project that takes only minutes to create.Crochet a dozen of these perfect little egg covers and give them o...
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Mon, 6 Apr 2015 19:04:26 PDT
Knitted Braided Cable Bracelet
Knitted Braided Cable Bracelet - More DIY How To Projects]]> Juanamac I love these bracelets, so soft and tactile, and no clangy sounds of metal. Simple to make, an ideal first project with cables, or as last minute gifts. They are also a fantastic way of using up leftover yarn. You will need: DK (8ply) yarn - you don't need a lot. 4mm knitting needlesCable need...
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Sun, 5 Apr 2015 21:40:47 PDT
iMitten - More DIY How To Projects]]> Susan Cirigliano This is a great gift to make for someone you know that is the owner of an iPhone and lives in, or is traveling to, a cold climate!I learned the hard way that my iPhone does not handle cold weather very well. While walking around NYC with my phone in my pocket these past few, very, very cold days my ...
By: Susan Cirigliano

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Fri, 9 Jan 2015 15:52:43 PST
Knitted Winter Gloves
Knitted Winter Gloves - More DIY How To Projects]]> wasianlizzie I decided to make some wooly gloves to keep my hands warm this winter. These gloves turned out really thick, and was quick too, making it a great gift idea as well.For this pattern, I used 5mm double pointed needles and just over one ball of Cleckheaton's Country Marles 8ply in gray for two gloves. ...
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Wed, 31 Dec 2014 17:03:28 PST
Knotted Neck Warmer
Knotted Neck Warmer - More DIY How To Projects]]> Ami9702 This neck warmer is easy and fun to make....You really don't need much to make this....and you're free to use all the colors you want :)Stuffs you need to make it: YarnScissorsHooksFleece/fabricneedle and threads Knots First take measure how long you want yourscarf to be…take few centimeter long...
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Thu, 27 Nov 2014 06:36:30 PST
Diy Finger Crotchet
Diy Finger Crotchet - More DIY How To Projects]]> momoluv This tutorial will show you how to make great things from your fingertips! Slip Knot Make a slip knot, (look it up if you don't know how to do it) Cast On To cast on, you need to put your fingers through the slip knot, and then grab the working yarn and pull it through Keep Going Keep doing...
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Mon, 13 Jan 2014 17:18:26 PST
Mouse Mitten - a mitten for your mouse
Mouse Mitten - a mitten for your mouse - More DIY How To Projects]]> lindarose92 As the cold weather comes, hands can get pretty cold even when you are warm at home. Staying in front of the computer for a long time is one of the activities that make hands colder, especially the one that you use the mouse with...I am sure this happened to all of you! Plus if your hands are cold m...
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Tue, 26 Nov 2013 08:53:04 PST
Crocheted Blessing Gown
Crocheted Blessing Gown - More DIY How To Projects]]> carrielynneh I made this gown for my daughter right before she was born. I knew I wanted to create her blessing dress, but imagined I would sew one for her. I had never crocheted any article of clothing like this before, but with a little ambition, patience, and handy YouTube tutorials, I found myself holding my...
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Mon, 18 Nov 2013 22:11:04 PST
Dreadband, Hairband, Knit,Scrunchy Rotkaeppchen  What you need: Dpns, 3,5 mm or 3mm, Scraps of sockyarn, 6 ply or 4 ply, elastic band, darning needle, safety pin Cast on 9 stitches, if you are using 3,5 mm needles and 6 ply yarn. Cast on 11 stitches, if you are using 3 mm needles and 4 ply yarn. Distribute stitches on three needles and join to th...
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Wed, 5 Jun 2013 03:46:56 PDT
Baby Owl Hat
Baby Owl Hat - More DIY How To Projects]]> Natalina Four of my friends just had babies this past month.  Of course this means it's knitting time!  I thought that knitting a baby hat would be easy - just take an adult size hat, and scale it down, right?  So I set to work, and made something that was way too small - apparently newborn heads are larger ...
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Mon, 1 Apr 2013 18:11:49 PDT
Quick & Easy KNITTED FINGERLESS MITTENS - More DIY How To Projects]]> Susan Cirigliano Last year I knit a scarf for my niece as a Christmas gift.. This year she asked me to make her some fingerless hand warmers. This a very quick and easy idea I came up with.  supplies basic knitting skills yarn needles darning needle scissors  ruler Cast on cast on 20 stitches I used size 13 ne...
By: Susan Cirigliano

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Fri, 4 Jan 2013 15:37:16 PST
Epic String Star Wall Decor
Epic String Star Wall Decor - More DIY How To Projects]]> TheProcrastibaker My walls have looked rather plain since my husband and I moved in a few months back, so I decided I would make some awesome decorations to go up on the walls.  I used to make these all the time back when I was in grade school, and they look REALLY awesome!  I always get compliments on my star, peop...
By: TheProcrastibaker

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Sun, 18 Nov 2012 22:29:11 PST
How to finger knit (easy + no tools needed!) Canned Husky Finger knitting is so easy: you don't need any tools at all. You'll need your fingers and some yarn  - and if you're really nifty with biting said yarn, you won't even need scissors. We are so cool. Make scarves, belts, gifts, gift ribbon, christmas decorations. It's also great for keeping children...
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Thu, 5 Apr 2012 03:15:45 PDT
Crocheted Size 10 Thread Cross Bookmark Gift
Crocheted Size 10 Thread Cross Bookmark Gift - More DIY How To Projects]]> DeandrasCrafts An intermediate pattern, I wrote this cross bookmark pattern because I didn’t like the ornate, long, and seemingly complicated cross bookmark patterns I was finding in books. I am a really good crocheter, but I am NOT a very good at thread crocheting.  (Or maybe I don’t have the patience for some of...
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Mon, 2 Apr 2012 10:56:13 PDT
GOT MILK? Baby Shower Gift
GOT MILK? Baby Shower Gift - More DIY How To Projects]]> mygibzone These are the perfect gift bundles for the next baby shower you attend. It includes a cow print nursing cover with a cow bag beanie & it's all bundled up in a milk carton carrying case. Perhaps you can include a cute note that reads, "For an udderly fantastic moother."  INSPIRATION My inspirat...
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Fri, 2 Mar 2012 17:26:34 PST
Transverse Cowl Knitting Pattern iamkeebler Guess what everybody... I wrote another knitting pattern!!! This one is also for a cowl, but it has a really nice diagonal pattern to it. It's a simple pattern that again is just interesting enough to make sure you don't get bored. The diagonal pattern is created by doing an oblique rib stitch. Wha...
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Sat, 7 Jan 2012 19:34:17 PST
Lovely Baby Booties
Lovely Baby Booties - More DIY How To Projects]]> Fleurtje Eliza These booties are knitted top down. They make a great gift to the mother of any newborn. Needed material: about 1 skein (50 gr.) of yarn, a set of 5 double pointed needles (size suitable for the chosen yarn) and a tapestry needle. The following abbreviations are used in this pattern. Good luck wit...
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Wed, 6 Jul 2011 05:08:41 PDT
Crocheted Love Birds
Crocheted Love Birds - More DIY How To Projects]]> scoochmaroo Love is in the air with these magical kissing love birds!  These adorable love birds are crocheted with magnets tucked inside to make them super smoochy.  You won't be able to stop playing with these darling birdies and testing their magnetic attractions.  The perfect gift for Valentine's Day, or an...
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Mon, 14 Feb 2011 08:41:16 PST
Quick Knits scoochmaroo Quick Knits is a collection of 13 easy projects you can knit up in no time!  Hats, scarves, dishcloths and mustaches - we've got it all.  Got a free afternoon? These simple projects are quick to knit up, and make great last-minute gifts.  All projects come from, are written by quic...
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Tue, 18 Jan 2011 17:57:29 PST
I-cord easy mug-cosy
I-cord easy mug-cosy - More DIY How To Projects]]> gruffalo child This is the type of project that 'just happened' one day. I had a lot of I-cord (knitted string), that I was not sure what to do with, and once I realised that I can both get rid of a tangly thing lying around and make a nice present for my grandma's birthday. (Which is December 24th) Make lots o...
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Sun, 12 Dec 2010 12:13:46 PST
How to Crochet a Drawstring Bag
How to Crochet a Drawstring Bag - More DIY How To Projects]]> grooooovy This is a step-by-step tutorial which will hopefully get you through your project!  Uses for this bag might be: keep marbles, gum, coins, pretty rocks, beads or anything else small you use daily in this bag.  You could make a very large version, and it would be a backpack!  Personally, I find it an ...
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Sun, 8 Aug 2010 11:41:13 PDT
How to knit close-fitting fingerless gloves
How to knit close-fitting fingerless gloves - More DIY How To Projects]]> plzsendchocolate I created this pattern for knit fingerless gloves after making many pairs using patterns out there, but finding none that "hug" your hand.  By adding a thumb wrap and using a ribbing stitch for the top portion of the pattern, these really fit like a glove should!   The pattern can fit a woman's sm...
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Thu, 1 Jul 2010 21:11:01 PDT
Last minute Christmas pin or ornament to knit!
Last minute Christmas pin or ornament to knit! - More DIY How To Projects]]> stinkymum If you are like me you may have a "difficult" female relative (who shall be nameless) for whom you want to give a gift at this holiday season. You know, she is the one who says "I don't want anything - just a Christmas card!" In the past I have solved this problem by knitting her many scarves, ...
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Fri, 19 Dec 2008 12:18:36 PST
Stripey winter throat warmer
Stripey winter throat warmer - More DIY How To Projects]]> fake_faux Wear this winter throat warmer as harbinger of blazer-striped, deckchair days and the promise of that elusive sun-drenched picnic in St James’s park being hustled by the Canada geese for your sandwich crusts or as an evocation of halcyon memories of melted, sunscreen flavoured ice-cream traumas of...
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Tue, 3 Jun 2008 08:43:33 PDT
Shadow or Illusion Knitting
Shadow or Illusion Knitting - More DIY How To Projects]]> ERNesbitt Shadow knitting, or illusion knitting, is a process of knitting such that the finished piece has a hidden image only viewable from an angle. The effect is created by alternating rows of two colored yarns so that the raised stitches from one row block out the flat stitches of another row. The finis...
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Sun, 6 Jan 2008 18:14:43 PST
Lion Brand Challenge - Reader's Wrap MaggieBelize I knitted this Reader's Wrap for my mom's Christmas present ... and she is thrilled with it! She needed "a little something" warm to keep the chill off her neck and shoulders while she sits to read or watch TV, but that leaves her hands free. The patch pockets are perfect to keep her reading glasses...
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Sat, 5 Jan 2008 09:39:56 PST