T Shirt Yarn

I just made this t shirt yarn out of an old white t shirt and I love it! It’s so soft and comfy.

  

Learn how to make your own here.

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How Did You Find This Blog?

I was wondering today how all of you followers and likers (is that a word?) found my blog and I decided to make a post about it!

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Thank you for the feedback!

My Favorite Stitches – Knit Edition

There’s so many stitches in the knitting universe, it’s hard to keep track of all of them! Here are a few of my favorites.

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The classic and easy Garter stitch. It’s a perfect beginner’s stitch.

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I love the look of the Seed stitch! All you need to know is how to do the knit stitch and the purl stitch.

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The Stockinette stitch is another easy one. It does roll a bit at the edges, though.

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I just recently learned the Brioche stitch and I love it!

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I haven’d tried cableing yet, but plan to soon. There’s so many kinds of cableing out there!

Melted Crayons

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I recently made these cute melted crayons. All you need is an oven, crayons, and a muffin tin.

First you peel your crayons. Then break them up into tiny peices. Next you put them in the muffin tins. I like to line my tins with paper liners, the kind that you make muffins in, but you don’t have to. Next, preheat your oven (or toaster oven) to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Put your crayons in for 15 minutes, or until they are completley melted. Then, let your crayons harden. I left mine alome for about an hour, but it sometimes depends on the crayons.

There you have it! Please let me know if you make any.