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a blog about fabric, patterns, quilting, toys, sewing, craft, travel and life in Australia

Ravelry: lilalu's climb EVERY mountain

lilalu's climb EVERY mountain

“….Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo It’ll do magic believe it or not Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo…..” I still have no words….seems that Heidi did some magic ;) this one is perfect: it’s cool...

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Medieval Heart Chart pattern by Crystal Guistinello

This is a chart for a heart motif that can be used in fair-isle knitting, filet crochet, or anywhere a counted stitch can be used. For one idea, check out my project “Medieval Heart Pin Cushion“. For some fun pics, check out my blog. Enjoy!

Piipadoo - a Finnish blog

Entäs ne sukat?

Unessani ilmestyneet sukat, jotka vilahtivat edellisissä olohuonekuvissakin ovat nyt valmiit. Lankana Novitan valkoinen Nalle ja vaale...

Das Bärendorf: Socken-Anleitung für Anfänger, Ferse ohne Löcher

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Mittlerweile haben mir so viele gesagt: Socken ... schaff ich nie ... herrje ... das Gedöns mit der Ferse ... nix für mich. Hallo ......

CAROUSELIA - kolmen karuselli: Puikoilla Räsymatto -villasukat // Räsymatto woolen socks in progress

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CAROUSELIA - kolmen karuselli: Puikoilla Räsymatto -villasukat // Räsymatto woolen socks in progress

Deb's Boring Life: Free Mitten Charts

Free Mitten Charts

I've been looking at awesome mittens on Ravelry and wanted to have them all. So, I decided to try my hand at charting so I COULD have them a...

"Jagged" sock pattern. Great colors!

Jagged pattern by Kirsten Kapur

Finished Measurements: 8.5” at ankle and foot, length customizable

Scrunchy Ombre Arm Warmers - by Amanda Schwabe - Simple Stripes Version

- Knitting Patterns and Crochet Patterns from KnitPicks.com

The Scrunchy Ombre Arm Warmers combine two of any knitter’s favorite things: using those up tiny ball balls of leftover sock yarn and stripes. By creating a stripe patterning that repeats and overlaps, there are not only less ends to weave in but it also opens the possibilities for endless color gradients. These simple-yet-addictive arm warmers keep your hands warm and your fingers available for knitting. How many color combinations can you come up with? Finished Measurements 6.5 (7.5…