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Hiriko

Desen Lapis

kessa Tay Anlin tarafından

kessa yılında Dikişler itibaren

www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lapis-2

(via dulcimeryarns)

makinology:

super bulky brioche cowl with moebius twist … a good excuse to use your ‘rasta’ yarn by malabrigo …

~…pattern —-»>(via Ravelry: Super Bulky Brioche Cowl (with a Moebius Twist) pattern by Diane L. Augustin)

(via bathtubstudios)

makinology:

crocheted rainbow scarf made with super wash merino wool … by jennozkan
~…(via etsy)

makinology:

crocheted rainbow scarf made with super wash merino wool … by jennozkan

~…(via etsy)

ethnoworld:

Wales,1875

ethnoworld:

Wales,1875

danceswithyarn:

So remember that knitting emergency I had a while back?

I pulled my baby, the very first sweater I ever knitted, out to wear, and found two holes in the back. THE HORROR!! Thanks to some emotional support from all of you and the step by step instructions I found online, I was able to repair the holes!! Hurrah!!!

I actually did it a few weeks ago, but am just getting around to posting the pics, because, you know, midterms.

In the first pic, I stabilized the area with DPNs. Since I didn’t have a darning egg, this was extremely helpful. It kept the stitches from sliding around and getting away from me and making the problem worse.

Then I took a regular needle and thread and stitched all the loose stitches together and sort of drew the edges of the holes together, which is the second pic.

Finally, I took out the DPNs and used my tapestry needle and leftover yarn to duplicate stitch over the whole are and a few rows/stitches on either side. Then I tied off and wove in the ends.

It looks a little messy on the inside of the sweater, but as you can see from the third pic, from the outside, you can’t even tell there was ever a hole there. And no one will see the inside when I’m wearing it, so who cares?

Plus, I feel so proud of myself now :)

Here’s the tutorial I used. It’s from Twist Collective and is amazing - written instructions and pictures for four different darning methods:

http://www.twistcollective.com/collection/35-articles/features/1673-darn-it-all

(via stockinettestitch)

longdrawyarn:

Njor - Special edition. Merino Silk blend spun in a 680yard lace gradient.

www.longdrawyarn.ca

vintagecatsandpeople:

Skibotn, 1967

vintagecatsandpeople:

Skibotn, 1967

thetypologist:

Typology of crochet hooks. Collection of Nancy Nehring.

thetypologist:

Typology of crochet hooks. Collection of Nancy Nehring.

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