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  • How to make a tutu without sewing, video tutorial

    Dress, Fashion, Knotting, Video  |  0 Commenthow to make a tutu without sewing, video tutorial

    How to make atutu without sewing, video tutorial Fashion gift for a little girl How to make a tutu with no sewing, video tutorial Basic tutu  

  • Macramé owl pendant

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making, Knotting, Video  |  0 Commentmacramé owl pendant

    Macrame Owl Necklace - Beige     Photo: From macraMe Video Macramé owl pendant tutorial

  • Personalized friendship bracelets shop

    Beading and knotting, Knotting  |  0 Commentpersonalized friendship bracelets shop

    Friendship bracelet, Macrame, Rainbow Chevrons and stripes Personalized friendship bracelets shop Red, Yellow, and Green Patriotic Flag knotted Friendship bracelet.   Orange and Green Patriotic Flag knotted Friendship bracelet.   Red White and Blue Patriotic Flag knotted Friendship bracelet. Friendship bracelet, Macrame, Simply Solid Purple   Knotted Friendship bracelet, Macrame, Rolling Waves, You pick your color   From TheNotableKnot From TheNotableKnot From TheNotableKnot From TheNotableKnot Knotted Friendship bracelet, Macrame, Orange Creamsicle Carnival (m26)   Knotted Friendship bracelet, Macrame, Spring water (m27)   Knotted Friendship bracelet, Macrame, Simply Shaded Pastel Rainbow (m6)   Hemp Wish Bracelet, Turquoise Glass Beads   Hemp Wish Bracelet, Rainbow

  • Crafty jewelry: Lizzie Fortunato Inspired Rope Necklace tutorial

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making, Knotting  |  0 Commentcrafty jewelry: lizzie fortunato inspired rope necklace tutorial

    Crafty jewelry: Lizzie Fortunato Inspired Rope Necklace tutorial This one's for my preppy friends... you know who you are.  I'm speaking directly to the section of you who relates to the "stripes" side of S&S just a tad more than the "sequins" part.  If navy blue is your favorite color, you live for weekends at the Cape or  Hamptons, and you've been coveting that Lizzie Fortunato rope necklace (remember?  this one) ever since it appeared on Chance, you're in for a treat! Materials: 2

  • Crafty jewelry: neon bracelets tutorial

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making, Knotting  |  0 Commentcrafty jewelry: neon bracelets tutorial

    Crafty jewelry:  neon bracelets tutorial I am loving the pops of neon all over the runway, and am excited that the trend is continuing as the weather turns colder.  Adding pop of pink, green or blue to a monotone outfit is a fun way to add a little something special to your look.  And with some supplies from Home Depot, it is cheap and easy to make! Supplies: Rope and anchor shackles from Home Depot, scissors and super glue. Steps after the break... First

  • Crafty jewelry: string & hexnut bracelet knot tutorial

    Jewelry making, Knotting  |  0 Commentcrafty jewelry: string & hexnut bracelet knot tutorial

    This bracelet has been inspired by this really wonderful “Braided Hex-nut Bracelet” tutorial which I pinned on Pinterest a while back. Two things I absolutely love about this project are: 1) It’s cheap as chips: I already had string in the cupboard and the brass hexnuts were 3p each from the hardware shop. 2) It’s my kind of jewellery: I’m not really a girly girl IYKWIM! The bracelet I made is a bit different to the ‘braided hex-nut bracelet’ and uses macrame instead, which

  • Crafts lessons: How to sew a fish net…Inadvertent Knotted jute Demijohn knockoff

    Beading and knotting, Knotting  |  0 Commentcrafts lessons: how to sew a fish net…inadvertent knotted jute demijohn knockoff

    During our holidays last week, I was able to visit one of my favourite little shops.  It's a quaint little place that offers all sorts of beautiful items from artisans from around Ontario.  I have purchased some really unusual items in this little shop, where I also seem to find inspiration. Crafts lessons: How to sew a fish net...Inadvertent Knotted jute Demijohn knockoff For example this little sea side jar.  This picture was taken with my iPhone and I had taken several pictures

  • Fashion bag with square scarf

    Fashion, Knotting, Video  |  0 Commentfashion bag with square scarf

    the scarf bag Here's another easy to do diy, the scarf bag! I found this surfing the net, it's called Furoshiki, it's the antique japanese art of folding piece of fabric to carry different stuff. Basically you just have to fold your favorite scarf into a bag. Not only you can use your scarf, you can even cut a square piece of your choosen fabric and go! The pictures will show you how to do it: fold the scarf in half. make a knot at one side,

  • Recyclint t-shirt for braided necklace

    Green crafts, Jewelry making, Knotting, Recycle  |  0 Commentrecyclint t-shirt for braided necklace

    tutorial - t-shirt necklace Today's verse:Today I made a cute necklace AND a tutorial just for you! :D You need: An old tee shirt Glue gun Scissors 1. cut out three 18 in + strips of the tee 2 inches thick. Stretch them. 2.glue 3 ends together and braid, finish off by glueing the other 3 ends together. 3.Cut out 2 more longer strips and stretch. 4. Glue the longer strips onto the braid. 5. Cut the tip off. (extra) 6. Wrap two more pieces of tee around the

  • Recycling for fall:

    Green crafts, Knotting, Recycle, Scarves  |  0 Commentrecycling for fall:

    1. Start with two {size medium I think} plain t-shirts, in very good condition. You can use knit fabric, but I didn't have enough handy, so I used t-shirts.. worked just fine!   2. Cut of the sleeves and cut down the middle and sides, so you have four pieces of fabric.  3. Take two of the pieces above and sew them {right sides together} to make on large strip. (sorry I switched to orange here for the tutorial... but you follow the same

  • Gift presents for women: Knotted Headband tutorial

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making, Knotting  |  0 Commentgift presents for women: knotted headband tutorial

    Today I will show you the most basic technique for creating your very own knotted headband. You can build upon this basic headband with your individual creativity (and supplies!) photos: katie g. we heart this Supplies: • rope or cord (I bought mine from Hobby Lobby – an entire spool for .99!) • a flame or tape (to finish the ends of your rope) • glue gun • scissors Optional: • ponytail holder • dye Step 1: Cut your rope an appropriate length. I started with 3 feet and then cut the

  • 25 Ways to Wear a Scarf in 4.5 Minutes!

    Fashion, Knotting, Video  |  0 Comment25 ways to wear a scarf in 4.5 minutes!

    Video tutorial