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How To : Knit a Flower Napkin Ring

Here's a lovely way to brighten up your table for a dinner party or a lovely gift to give to someone else. Knit a FLOWER NAPKIN RING. Knit an I Cord. To knit an I Cord, you can refer to the article and video demonstration here. Make the I Cord long enough to fit around a ro ...more

How To : Knit a Flower Headband

This is a very nice HEADBAND that can be used plain or decorated with a FLOWER. I made mine wide (4 1/2 inches), but you can make yours as wide or narrow as you want. I used Softball Cotton and a size 6 needle. Cast on 3 stitches. Tips Leave a long tail to use for the croc ...more

How To : Knit a Decorative Flower

This beautiful flower can be used as decoration on a hat, scarf, headband or purse. You name it. There are many uses. On the photo above, I added it to a hat. I have also used it as a decoration on a napkin ring. The flower is knit in three parts. Check out the instructions be ...more

How To : Make a Flower From a Knitted I-Cord

Once you learn how to knit an I-CORD you will find many different applications in which to use them. One thing I like to do is to make a FLOWER from an I-Cord. The flower can then be applied to a sweater, a blanket, a scarf, a purse. There are limitless possibilities. To make ...more

How To : Crochet a loopy granny square with a flower motif

Crochet loopy granny squares will indeed remind you a little bit of your Gran Gran's favorite knitted coasters that she collected en masse throughout her lifetime. But the snuggly, historical and vintage quality of these granny squares is exactly what makes them so delightful. ...more

How To : Make a crochet 8 petal loopy flower

Doing a hobby such as crochet usually offers no instant gratification - in fact, that's probably why we have this stereotypical image of a grandma sitting in her rocking chair, knitting endless bunches of scarves for her grandkids for hours on end. True, many crochet projects ...more

How To : Make a crochet star embellished American baby cap

Fourth of July is coming up in just a few measly days, and while we're sure you've probably already fired up the grill and purchased aquarium-sized packs of hot dogs, ground beef, cole slaw, and potatoes for your potato salad, you can show your patriotism through more ways tha ...more

How To : Crochet a simple pansy flower

Crochet a pretty pansy flower. Follow these crochet instructions to knit a pansy flower ornament. You may want to reference some written flower pattern crochet instructions in addition to watching this video. Use this cute crocheted pansy flower for ornaments on larger garment ...more

How To : Crochet flower edging on a hat

This how-to crochet video offers a simple pattern and instruction for stitching your own cute and easy crocheted hat. Knitted hats don't have to be for winter. While a cozy hat will protect you from the cold, a lighter yarn can add some style in warmer months as well. Check ou ...more

How To : Knit with Beads

Knitting with beads is a lot like regular knitting, only you're attaching beads to your string in order to create a more pearlized look, or to add complexity to a knitted purse, flower, or hat. Adding beads is a wonderful way to switch up the old knitting routine at minimal co ...more

How To : Use a loom and crochet hook to make a flower scarf

A perfect idea for crafting your own holiday gift this year! This video shows you how to combine using a knitting loom and a crochet hook together so you can make your own lovely flower scarf. Pick a multicolored yarn for greatest effect! Part 1 of 2 - How to Use a loom and cr ...more

How To : Add crochet embellishments to clothing

Un-dull your crocheted sweater with a little creativity. Adding some decorative details and features to your clothing will do wonders for fashion, and could hide unsightly holes! Embellishing with crochet can be a creative way to repair a piece of clothing, and it can add flai ...more

How To : Make a Pillow Using a Vintage Handkerchief

This project makes for a nice gift. This pillow was made for a baby, but with a change of the hankie, it could easily be made for the home. It's easy and fun. Here's the pillow back: Directions Chose a pillow and measure it. Knit a piece that will fit 1/2 or 2/3 of the pillo ...more

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