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How To : Crochet baby socks

This video is one of a series of steps involved in crocheting cute woolen baby socks. In the beginning of this step, which is in fact step number seven, the shape of the baby socks can already be seen quite clearly. Use yarn or woolen thread of the thickness and color of your ...more

How To : Left hand crochet a sock monkey

This extensive how to video walks you through each step to create a crotched sock monkey, for a left handed person. The instructor slowly and thoroughly walks you through each step in the process. Starting with the limps all the way to the eyes, before you know you'll have cro ...more

How To : Crochet an iPod sock

Is your iPod getting cold? Warm it up with an iPod sock! ... huh? In all seriousness, an iPod sock is a cute and stylish way to protect your iPod, iTouch, or iPhone from get scratched or dented. In this Crochet Mania tutorial, learn how to crochet an iPod sock from start to fi ...more

How To : Make baby socks

Mike gives us useful tips to make different sizes of baby socks with this video tutorial. Directions: .To make a 6 inch sock use J size hook and a regular yarn. .The main part of the sock is the circle end. This circle end determines the actual circumference of the socks .Reme ...more

How To : Chain stitch embroidery fro knitting projects

This instructional knitting video shows how to use chain stitch embroidery to embellish knitting and crochet projects. Use a tapestry needle and a piece of yarn to add a special decoration to a hand knit sweater, scarf or pair of socks. It's an easy knitting embroidery trick t ...more

How To : Make an all-natural dryer ball from yarn

Tired of static cling? You can make your very own dryer balls that will prevent your clothes from having static clean and it only takes some yarn and pantyhose. You can even make scented dryer balls using this method. Make a dryer ball that will eliminate static cling without ...more

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