From time to time I’m working with plaster and so I thought that I could search for low-priced alternatives for making moulds.
This way I found at instructables.com a tutorial on how to make moulds from jello.
That’s something I really have to try!
Mold Making with Jello
I’m browsing from time to time Project Gutenberg and found last time a book about spool knitting from 1909. They have mittens, bed shoes, a baby ball and much more, all made from I-cords.
It feels to me like a book from the 70th’s ;-))
Perhaps I do a little rummage to play with my knitting spool once more ;-)
Spool Knitting, by Mary A. McCormack
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Welcome to ‘my own blog’
I hope. that you will have as much fun here as you had before.
The ‘old’ blog will be kept as it is, you therefore don’t have to update your bookmarks.
But the future will happen here :)
Note: Unfortunately I have still problems with the redirection, though please don’t be afraid if the addresses sometimes look strange ;-(
I will fix it as fast as possible.
I have seen the beautiful tesselations and wanted to make one myself – That is difficult!
On the photo you see what I could do up until now – but in the instructions it reads: Be patient ;-))
Make your own Tessellations
As I said before, I mostly knit/crochet with the yarn end that sits in the skein to prevent the skein to roll all over.
Sometimes I must roll my yarn ball myself and I found that the tutorial on how to make my own center pull yarn ball is really a help.
It works great!
Center Pull Yarn Ball
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