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Yarn

Explore 109 projects, 29 articles, 17 galleries, 66 videos, and more

Child's Cowl Scarf

Steps:3
Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY
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Child's Knit Hand Warmer

Steps:3
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Clothes, Crafting and DIY
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Gingham Knit Blanket How-To

Steps:5
Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY, Knitting
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Gingham Doll Family How-To

Steps:2
Other Ideas:
Sewing, Templates
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Traditional Mittens

If you're craving a creative project and some of the old-fashioned comfort that comes from ...
If you're craving a creative project and some of the old-fashioned comfort that comes from starting something from scratch, you'll be well rewarded by reaching for your knitting needles this winter. These mittens  are straightforward to make (the stockinette stitch is king here), and the patterns are readily adaptable -- just alter the styles and sizes to suit the wearer. You'll enjoy the pleasure of knitting (and the guilty pleasure of not working) and the satisfaction of donning winter woollies you made yourself.
Source:Martha Stewart Living, November 2010
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Cozy Cushions

Steps:2
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Knitting
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Knit Pouches

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Woolen Pouches

Steps:4
Large and small pieces of felted-wool sweaters can create a variety of attractive pouches: A hot-water-bottle cover was cut from a turtleneck sweater, an eyeglass case began life as an argyle sweater, a waistband forms the top of a tiny stocking, and a portion of a sleeve became a case for an MP3 player. 
Materials
  • Paper
  • Felted wool
  • Scissors
  • Pins
  • Drawstring or button
  • Sewing kit
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