Kirsi Kilpeläinen

Kirsi Kilpeläinen

Kirsi Kilpeläinen
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Challenge number 2 in our 12 Days of Christmas DIY Challenges is to make a Christmas gift from an old pair of jeans. I cheated a li...

Challenge number 2 in our 12 Days of Christmas DIY Challenges is to make a Christmas gift from an old pair of jeans. I cheated a li...

I was hard at work on an everlasting blanket of colorful crocheted granny squares when I realized I barely had enough for a crib-size baby blanket. I couldn’t bear the thought of making 3-12 …

I was hard at work on an everlasting blanket of colorful crocheted granny squares when I realized I barely had enough for a crib-size baby blanket. I couldn’t bear the thought of making 3-12 …

Check out how to make a DIY decorative hexagon pillow form old jeans @istandarddesign

Check out how to make a DIY decorative hexagon pillow form old jeans @istandarddesign

Medium Altered Clothing Upcycled Wearable Art Junk by Cathrineann

Medium Altered Clothing Upcycled Wearable Art Junk by Cathrineann

Sukkaa pukkaa epätasaisen tasaisesti. Pienen tytön (suur)perheen äiti, joka kirjoittelee arjen pienistä asioista.

Sukkaa pukkaa epätasaisen tasaisesti. Pienen tytön (suur)perheen äiti, joka kirjoittelee arjen pienistä asioista.

Knot Me Up Headband, Free Crochet Pattern

Knot Me Up Headband, Free Crochet Pattern

Vintage Knit Tie Headband Pattern - easy, free knitting pattern for a cute headband! #freepattern #diy #knit #craft

Vintage Knit Tie Headband Pattern - easy, free knitting pattern for a cute headband! #freepattern #diy #knit #craft

Cap_earwarmer_blaze_thin_3_small2

Cap_earwarmer_blaze_thin_3_small2

Isoäidinneliöistä virkatut ranteenlämmittimet

Isoäidinneliöistä virkatut ranteenlämmittimet

This pattern was modified from another found here on Ravelry. With the authors permission I added some additional details, pictures, and came up with a way to make a “left” and “right” sock so the seams stay on the bottom of the foot. (Thank you Leigh for allowing me to do this!)

This pattern was modified from another found here on Ravelry. With the authors permission I added some additional details, pictures, and came up with a way to make a “left” and “right” sock so the seams stay on the bottom of the foot. (Thank you Leigh for allowing me to do this!)