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alsworld:

Haha this is so cute! Get this mug or other cute knitting accessories here!

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daveatkinson:

Okay, maybe this only makes sense to knitters, but knitters: AM I RIGHT?

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THIS IS THE WORST

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theprinceandthepurl:

I knit because it genuinely makes me happy. I really don’t knit for myself at all either. I have made a handful of hats and my Doctor Who scarf. The majority of my knitting has been presents for family and friends.

I also started knitting because of charity. Every year I knit wearable moustaches for Movember and sell them to raise money for Cancer research.

I knit because I like making people happy. Knitting makes me happy and sharing that with the ones I love is even better.

Well I crochet more than knit. But I started it because I needed a distraction. My dad was in the hospital, and I wanted to be there, and keep my mind and hands busy. It was the only way not to become overwhelmed the reality of things. And I thing I do it now for kind of the same reason.

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crochetstash:

follow me for more crochet idea on ur dash! :)
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the-contemplative-vegan:

A koala bear hat I was commissioned to make for someone. It is sized to fit a newborn. I think it looks super cute and since it is fleece lined I am sure quite comfortable. 

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thanesprayers:

I worked pretty hard to figure out how to make these gloves. Please do not claim the design as your own. Feel free to link back to this tutorial.

Make the gloves for personal use as gifts, but don’t make them for the purpose of selling them.

Now a few notes before starting:

I used fingering weight yarn (Crystal Palace Mini Mochi in Neptune Rainbow for the tutorial) and a 2.75 mm size hook. I also used MadelineTosh Merino Light and Anzula Cloud.

Tension will affect the fit of the finished glove. If you have a tighter tension, you may want to go up a glove size, if looser, go down a glove size.

All three sizes will have directions in this tutorial (small = 6 - 6.75 inch measurement around the wrist) (medium = 7 - 7.75 in) (large = 8 - 8.75 in)

Small uses about 170- 180 yards total

medium = 220 - 230

large = 280 - 300

gauge: 6 st = 1 inch

Because of the nature of the Crocodile Stitch, the construction of the gloves mirror each other.

The Pattern:

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yaxsal:

black cat coin purse

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motleymakery:

How to crochet Catherine Wheels :

Lovely Tutorial, from Mrs Moon.

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hookedoncutecrochet:

The Doctor on a unicorn… Your argument is invalid.

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heartstringcrochet:

"I’m not cute, I’ll mess you up!"

Jake the dog is now available in the shop, AND is Ready To Ship!!! :D

MATHEMATICAL!!!

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mind0fbluntness:

My sister is Amazing at her Craft. She put Love, Time and Precision into her work. No blanket is the Same. That’s what she prefers. Thanks Sis for my Daughters new Blanket. Love it. Everything about it is Beautiful.

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buttahs-flargle:

Pink Lemon-Limeade blanket. This’ll be another big one!

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