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How to cast on knitting

This is my first tutorial video on casting on, please also visit my blog :) tea2sugarsandaballofwool.blogspot.co.uk

Monday, February 18th 2013

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Knit On Edging How To by Fickle Knitter

I recorded this quick video on how to cast on and knit the first two rows of a knit on edging. I use this method in most of my knitting patterns and designs because I hate to cast off 200+ stitches at once. This video shows how to work a knit on edging for lace knitting patterns, specifically Triangle Shawl Knitting Patterns by Fickle Knitter Design.

Sunday, February 17th 2013

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How to be handmade hero: Part 6 – cooking, kittens…

I have popped on my Handmade Superhero cape and headed off to Indonesia with Save the Children for the Craftivist Jigsaw Project. I'm taking a knitted mouse, a jigsaw piece and a whole load of optimism. My mission is to report back to the craft world and hopefully convince you that us crafty types can make a difference. Not sure what I'm on about? Check out the first four parts: Part 1 - A girl, a mouse, a jigsaw piece and a whole lot of optimism youtu.be Part 2 - No Sleep till Aceh youtu.be Part 3 - Kids, goats, bad jokes and home gardens - youtu.be Part 4 - Babies, Bieber, lollipops and lovely crafters - youtu.be Part 5 - Early mornings, markets and cat poo coffee - youtu.be Follow my story here and at www.whodunnknit.com Become a handmade hero at imapiece.craftivist-collective.com

Saturday, February 16th 2013

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Using A Stitch Holder: How To Save Your Work For Later

In this video, I show you how to use a stitch holder so you can keep your stitches safe until you need them.

Friday, February 15th 2013

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African Threading Tutorial On Short Natural Hair

This is a step by step demonstration of how to thread your hair. African threading technique is a low manipulation, protective style. I wore this style for every 10 days in January. I would shampoo and deep condition after every take down. You will need: Spray bottle (water+glycerine) coconut oil shea butter leave-in conditioner scissors wide tooth comb black knitting wool.

Thursday, February 14th 2013

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How to Knit Your Own Gorgeous Two-toned Colour-block Chunky Scarf Tutorial: Part 5

We show you how to knit your very own gorgeous two-toned colour-block chunky scarf in a series of step-by-step videos. Part 5 in a series of 6. Click below for the full Crafttuts+ tutorial. craft.tutsplus.com

Thursday, February 14th 2013

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