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It's all in a Nutshell by It's All In A Nutshell - 1w ago

If you have been following my blog for a while, you will know that I am learning how to knit, and particularly learning how to knit socks. I can knit socks, and now I can actually knit socks that fit! I am so chuffed with myself, I can’t suppress smiling. I have had quite some…
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We are 5 months into the year now, and my temperature wrap is now large enough to qualify as a wrap and not just a triangle. It is still more a wrapette (I think I just made up that word), than a wrap, but still, you can start to see what it is going to…
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I would like to show you a summer version of my Diamond Shawl, along with the free crochet pattern and video tutorial to make it. The original one is very much a winter shawl because of the Mohair yarn used together with a Scheepjes Whirl cake to make a warm wrap. This summer version of…
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It's all in a Nutshell by It's All In A Nutshell - 1M ago

In this post you find the information you need to make an Ubuntu blanket. Ubuntu is the Scheepjes CAL 2018, and is designed by Dedri Uys from Look At What I Made. Ubuntu blanket is a hexagonal blanket, made with six diamond motifs and a detailed border. In this post, under Resources and Yarn Kits,…
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It's all in a Nutshell by It's All In A Nutshell - 1M ago

Sometimes you meet someone and you are just in awe of their work. Do you recognize this feeling? I have this with Rachelle Camora from Cypress Textiles. I call her The Motif Queen because she has such a signature style to her work. Have you seen her creations? I would love to share some of…
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It's all in a Nutshell by It's All In A Nutshell - 1M ago

I consider myself a reasonably good crocheter, but I can’t say the same for my knitting skills. I can do knit stitches, and I can do purl stitches, and I guess that means I can knit, but somehow I am having trouble knitting socks that fit! Let me show you some of my struggles. Too…
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I have had a wonderful time with my Trinity Mandalas project in the past few weeks, but this took so much of my time that I did not have an opportunity to share my progress of my Bohemian Temperature wrap with you. I have been working on it in the background, and an update on…
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Trinity Mandalas used many colors, which means that you have many leftovers. With this Spoke Wheel Coaster pattern, you can use all your leftover yarn to make a set of coasters. The free pattern uses a 19cm/7″ cork inner for stability, but it is also very possible to use some cardboard or even make the…
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In Part 3 of Trinity Mandalas, we finish the last mandala of the set. At the end of part 3 you have 3 mandalas, the small one is 15cm (6″), the medium one is 30cm(12″), and the large one is 50cm(19″). The mandalas are perfect to hang against a wall or a window. Under Resources…
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In Part 2 of Trinity Mandalas, we grow the medium and large mandalas, and finish the medium one by connecting it to the 30cm(12″) ring. At the end of part 2, the small and medium mandalas are completed, and the large one is two-thirds completed. Under Resources and Patterns you find the links to the…
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