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Latest Comments Lisa " Ridges on slippers are 2 garter stitch rows, the ridges occur when you work all knit stitches, known as garter stitch, every 2 rows creates 1 ridge. Lisa " The only way that your yarn would become connected is if you joined in the round, the scarf is not knit in the round, it is knit flat using a circular needle to accommodate the large number of stitches. Cutting the yarn in the middle of a join is not an option, you will have to tear out what you have done and start over without joining in the round.
Lisa " You are measuring from where you started to where you are now. Lisa " Wrap and turn is just one of several techniques to complete short rows, this pattern is using a different technique for short rows. Use those sticky but removable Command picture hanging hooks to hang it!
A useful craft to accommodate any holiday decorating you want to do! Maggie Kmiecik, Editor, FaveCrafts. Login Register My Notes. The project was added to your Craft Projects. Paper Bag Crafts Use your ever-growing collection of tall paper grocery bags with these paper bag crafts. Brown Bag Place Mat. Recycled Paper Bag Bracelets. Brown Paper Bag Beads and Pendant. Boutique Paper Gift Bags. Paper Bag Turkey with Popcorn Stuffing. Brown Bag Floral Wall Hanging. Magazine Crafts Do you have a large collection of magazines that you've been meaning to sort through?
Repurposed Magazine Gift Bags. How to Create a Magazine Purse. Pizza Box Jewelry Box. Incredibly Quick Rolled Magazine Frame. Recycled Magazine Flower Wreath. Recycled Magazine Cork Board. Tissue Paper Crafts These projects are perfect if you have leftover tissue paper or scraps of tissue paper that couldn't be reused for gifts. Crepe Paper Rose Bouquet. Colorful Tissue Paper Frames. Faux Stain Glass in a Patio Door. Cherry Blossom Tissue Paper Flower.
Detailed Crepe Paper Flowers. Coffee Filter Crafts This may sound like an unusual idea for a recycled paper craft, but using old coffee filters can be a great way to recycle them into something beautiful. Easy Coffee Filter Daffodils. Fancy Coffee Filter Corsage. Coffee Filter Flowers Video. Coffee Filter Flower Frame. Rustic Coffee Filter Wreath. What is your favorite paper to recycle for crafting? Your Recently Viewed Projects.
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We were unable to sign you up - please try again. Your comment has been added. There was an error tyring to post your rating and review. Print the standard images. Turn the paper over in your printer and print the mirror image on the back. Have your child color both sides with markers or crayons. Cut out the images when he's done, punching a hole in the top of each. Cover two dowels with patterned paper and tie them together with ribbon to form an X shape.
Attach string to the images and hang them from the ends of the dowels. Add string at the top to hang the mobile. This adorable paper kite is made from an old map -- perfect for inspiring all kinds of lofty adventures. Tie two dowels one dowel should be longer than the other into a cross shape with twine.
Cut a notch on the edge of each dowel and stretch a string around the kite frame. Open a map and lay the frame on top. Trim around the frame, leaving a few inches to fold over the edges. Adhere the paper around the frame. Tie a long string for the tail to the back of the kite. Embellish the tail with ribbons and decorate the kite with a white paper cloud and theme stickers.
Your child will love watching the summer sun shine right through this beautiful "stained-glass" wall hanging made from colorful tissue paper. Paint an embroidery hoop in your child's favorite color. Cut the outline of a butterfly -- or any other shape -- from cardstock, to fit inside the hoop.
Place the butterfly onto a piece of clear contact paper, sticky side up. Let your child tear up colored tissue paper to stick onto the wings. When you're done, place a sheet of tissue paper over the butterfly and add another layer of contact paper, sticky side down. Place inside the hoop and trim the edges. Hang with a ribbon near a sunny window.
Help your child keep her spare change ready for a shopping trip with this adorable papier-mache bowl. Line the inside and rim of a small glass bowl with plastic wrap. Have your kids tear up colorful tissue paper and stick the pieces to the inside of the bowl using a simple mixture of white glue and water.
After you've added a few layers, let it dry; remove the glass bowl and plastic wrap. Have your kids spell out "savings" in cute letter stickers. Add a little decoration by punching holes around the rim of the bowl and threading a pretty ribbon through.
Give your child an imagination workout with an open-ended activity that blends drawing and cool cutouts. The Setup From a magazine , cut out images -- half of a person or an object such as a piece of fruit, as we show or entire vehicles or buildings -- and glue them to sheets of drawing paper. Put out colored pencils or markers. The Project Encourage your little artist to complete the half images by adding legs, for instance, or a fish tail, or doors and windows.
Suggest drawing a landscape for the cars and buildings. Your child can glue on more images and add a title, if desired. Bonus Fun Cut word balloons and text boxes from white paper. Use them to turn the collage into a comic book-style story. This project is from Rachelle Doorley, who shares her creativity-sparking ideas on tinkerlab. A Hands-on Guide for Little Inventors. Swish Sticks These fluttery wands call for a backyard parade. Cut 3-foot lengths from several streamer colors, then cut them in half lengthwise.
Gather the pieces at one end. Place a drop of glue on the end of a painted dowel , stack the streamers on top, then securely attach them with a thumbtack. Glue a toy jewel on top of the tack. Trunk Show Dress up a tree or two for your next party. Start by wrapping a streamer around the trunk once and securing it to its end, not the tree, with double-sided tape.
Continue wrapping until a few inches are covered, then secure the end with tape. Repeat with more colors. Create 3-D textured artwork with balled-up bits of crepe paper.
Cut a rectangle from a cereal box and draw a simple image on the unprinted side. Working on a section at a time, spread tacky glue onto the cardboard, then press the balls in place. Our spiky-haired pencil topper is a welcome homework helper. Sandwich double-sided tape between the layers. Place tape on the bottom layer and roll the stack around the end of a pencil.
Glue on googly eyes and a paper mouth. Match your lamp shade to your decor, for cheap. Starting at the bottom of a plain shade, simply wrap lengths of streamer around it, securing the ends with double-sided tape.
Hang several of these lightweight containers in a geometric pattern for a pretty way to display a child's collection or small desk supplies. Fold up the lower left corner along the line created by the midpoint and the upper left corner, as shown.
Make a matching fold with the lower right corner, creasing then unfolding. Erase the pencil mark. Refold both; abut the two short edges and seal them with patterned washi tape. Attach the pocket to a wall with removable double-sided tape or removable mounting squares placed at the upper corners of the pocket. Customize this cool spacecraft with extra hatches, portholes, side fins, and more.
To make one, roll a rectangle of scrapbook paper ours is about 4 by 6 inches into a cylinder, sealing the seam with washi tape. Cut four 1-inch-long slits into one end of the cylinder, spacing them evenly around the edge. Cut out two mustache-shaped fins A. Fold them at a right angle as shown, and insert them into the slits B.
Run glue along the cylinder's top edge and place the cone on top; let glue dry. Glue a rectangle to the rocket's side for a hatch. Make these pretty paper ornaments out of flat paper circles cut and folded in a simply ingenious way. Cut out this base circle and set it aside. Fold each of these circles in half.
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75 Simple Paper Plate Crafts for Every Occasion! July 14, by Sarah 20 Comments We love all things simple in this house, which might be why paper plate crafts are such a . This collection of 33 Recycled Handmade Paper Crafts makes it easy to recycle your tall paper grocery bags, leftover tissue paper, and coffee filters. These projects are great inspiration for making all sorts of cool handmade paper crafts. When everyone is trying to reduce, reuse, and recycle, these.