I’m SO going to try this wonderful DIY craft: Mini DIY Plant Pots as blogged about on Sugar & Cloth. Aren’t they perfect to tuck in here and there on shelves or on your desk?
How fantastic is this? I don’t know about you, but I have several unused scarves hanging around in my closet and love this idea for giving them new life.
You just need to start with a large, rectangular scarf that’s very lightweight. Using size 10 crochet thread, you can create a lovely pineapple stitch back panel with straps that will make their way up above the shoulders. I can’t believe I never thought of doing this!
Head over and check out the full pattern with tips at 365 Crochet.
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I love this idea for vertical gardening. I think I’m going to try this out, and perhaps make several!
It is typical for campers at the event to construct elaborate campsites, requiring knockdown beds king or other sizes and furniture that are easy transport.
So let me get this straight: we have bananas, Nutella, AND French toast? How could this NOT be good? I simply must try this recipe out, and soon!
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I love the idea of saving time by freezing muffin batter for baking on an as-needed basis. This is great!
Love this. I’ll have to try to make one for my grandson — he LOVES everything to do with Harry Potter!
Okay, so I’ve been meaning to put this pattern up ever since I finished my own hat and was glad I wrote things down as I worked. This pattern is untested, other than by my own hands, so if anyone using it has questions, they can send them to me on my Ravelry account, dontmakemeover. On to the pattern…
Yarn: DK weight yarn in olive green, white, gold, red, and black.
Hook: I used G, but since you’re doing a basic bucket increase for the crown it’s pretty easy to check gauge against your head.
Notes: Do not skip a stitch when ch 1, do when ch 2.
Sizing: Measurements for 22.5 in. head. Sizing starts out with basic bucket increase, so check against your own head. Chart pattern works if you stop at any even row. Still, numbers for size I made…
1. Start with green. Ch 2…
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This would be a super fun idea. You could also use the sheet-protected pages as dividers in a planner.