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  • christmas recycling projects

    Christmas's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts  |  0 Commentchristmas recycling projects

    Herringbone with felt  Feel the taste of the upcoming New Year! Felt Christmas Tree We will need: decorative split branches, several sets of jewelry raznichnyh of felt.Dimensions, felted cord Dimensions, wire, glue. Of the split branches collect frame in the shape of a cone.Fasten with a wire whip in the paper. At first, doing foundation (for this branch cut in half), then fasten it to a vertical branch at the top fastens them together and distribute on the bottom of the frame.Delay tails can not cut and leave as extra.a decorative element. Cord made of felt,

  • Gift presents: Simple Braided Headband Tutorial!

    Hair  |  0 Commentgift presents: simple braided headband tutorial!

    I love to look at fancy, frilly things, but when it comes to wearability I almost always go with something simple. Something like this! It's super-duper easy to make. And no sewing! (Another hot dog!) Start by cut some scrap leather or vinyl into three 1/4"x25" strips Pin them down and braid until you have enough to cover your headband. Tie off one end with a knot, snip any extra material and put a dot of hot glue to hold the knot. Tuck the end of a small plastic headband (Dollar Tree, 4/$1) into (the

  • Gift for easter: Easter eggs tutorial

    Amirugumi, Easter's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Knitting, Needle crafts  |  0 Commentgift for easter: easter eggs tutorial

    Knitted easter egg decoration This pattern uses oddments of  4 ply yarn (I usually work it in cotton - such as Rowan Cotton 4ply) and uses 2.75 mm needles. My tension works out to 8 stitches and 10 rows per inch. The egg is knitted flat and then seamed using mattress stitch. You can stuff the finished egg with polyfil / wool / cotton wadding or it will fit around a polystyrene egg (see here for supplies within the UK). Row 1: Cast on  11 stitches (leaving a length of yarn about 6 inches

  • Plastic and recycling

    Beading and knotting, Green crafts, Knotting, Recycle  |  0 Commentplastic and recycling

    A small handbag with a scheme of weaving   Thanks to the generous all sorts of interesting from Google's picasaweb!

  • Recycling paper: cups art

    Green crafts, Paper crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentrecycling paper: cups art


  • Weaving Basket

    Other crafts  |  0 Commentweaving basket

      Devising the most simplified version, taking it to the foam, toothpicks, twine and glue gun.   Cut out two circles, the size is arbitrary, styrofoam and paper. Paper circle used as a template for marking. In order not to sit with the straightedge and vymeryat the exact distance between the points folded paper circle several times. note the dot at the end of each bend. Done.   A pattern already on the foam circle nanoshu point. Accurately and quickly   At the bottom of the bottom of circumferential cords, securing with glue.   Please complete the bottom part, the

  • Knitting mats on the hula-Huppah

    Green crafts, Other crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentknitting mats on the hula-huppah


  • Recycling work: weaving rug with old jean

    Green crafts, Recycle, Sewing  |  0 Commentrecycling work: weaving rug with old jean

    From old jeans, you can use everything - the fabric, buttons, zippers, pockets ... and even side seams. Do not believe me? Look, what to make of them Miau, with a little creative imagination. One. C jeans cut away side seams. 2. cut into strips of equal length, for example, 20 cm For such a stand we will need 19 strips. 3. The first horizontal strip, we assume the initial number of weaving. We spread the vertical rows of strips, as shown in the photo. Immediately stitch the first row, thereby securing the first horizontal and all

  • Methods of weaving cords

    Knotting, Other crafts  |  0 Commentmethods of weaving cords

    And that's what she wrote - Inspired me to write this post buy "technically complex engineering devices for weaving cords:).I'm not one month, looked at him in the shop and everything could not grasp what it is ...Particularly alarmed image is not it a strange face ... :)     It turned out that with this thing, you can quickly weave a very interesting shnurochek (gizmo, by the way, you can easily make-shift, but more on that below). With this device, we will weave only one lace, for the remaining four will need

  • Patterns of cards, Valentine cards

    Cards, Cutting paper, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Making cards, Origami, Paper crafts, Valentine's day  |  0 Commentpatterns of cards, valentine cards

    Found interesting patterns of cards - valentines    

  • Weaving toys with lace: Tutorial magazines

    Books, Making toys, Other crafts  |  0 Commentweaving toys with lace: tutorial magazines

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  • Weaving necklace “Garden of Eden”

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentweaving necklace “garden of eden”

        Thus, the materials: - Pearls of varying sizes. I was somewhere between 5 and 10 mm; - Beads number 11. I used TOXO # 2100, took on a necklace gram 30; - String or fishing line. I am weaving a 70-m lavsan (70l), because the fishing line mount is not very good at.Yes, probably on the fishing line would have been rougher. At a finer yarn leaves will be too soft and will not be well to keep the shape.   I am weaving necklaces in 2 needles. 1. Start: recruit one bead, leave