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1  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Discussion and Questions / Bleeding AMIGURUMI on: March 05, 2007 02:46:14 AM
I made my first AMIGURUMI doll but it's bleeding stuffing. What are the alternatives to lining dolls with fabric to keep the stuffing from coming through the stitches? I was thinking about using felt but I don't want to use up all my felt stash on lining dolls.
2  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Potato Chip Scarf - So yummy on: November 21, 2006 12:48:52 PM
I've really had a desire to knit something that has some nice ruffles and I think I found the perfect project.Would anyone else like to join in? Grin
http://www.knitpicks.com/Projects/Projects_display.aspx?itemid=50355220


If you have problems opening the pdf for the pattern here is another one that loads quicker http://www.knitapalooza.com/patterns/potatochipscarfpatternKAL.pdf
3  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / oldie but goodie Complete guide to needlework 504 pages - great for knitters on: November 04, 2006 07:21:39 PM


The reader's digest Complete Guide to needlework is one of the best craft books I have ever seen. I found this book at the Goodwill last weekend and I don't know how I ever survived without it. It's a brick of yarny knowledge. It seriously covers anything you could ever think of doing with yarn and needles. The book is great for beginners and advance lovers of needlework. I love that it shows you how to make your own crochet and knit sweater patterns. All the info you'd ever need to adjust patterns or create your own is in here. I really enjoy the different ways it shows you how to make necklines and hemlines for your garments. If you are looking for a resource that will help you improve your technique this is the one. It also covers quilting, Rug-making, macrame, applique, needlepoint, patchwork, tatting, lacework.There are all types of stitches included for each type of needlework. This book builds you up as a baby needlework artist into a well rounded one in just a few lessons. I can't wait to try the other crafts that are covered in this book. I'm seriously madly in love right now.
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