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Entries containing the word ‘paper bead’
I call it cable craziness – in the best sense of the word! – and it is not a tutorial, but a wonderful inspiration!
Here you can certainly use the cable needle holder from an recent entry, because cabling without cable needle won’t surely work here ;-)
These ‘lace-up shoes’ are an inspiration for me because of the amazing way to construct a shoe :)
I find patchwork knitting somehow fascinating, now I found a
photo album of sweaters and the like made in patchwork knitting photo album of sweaters and the like made in patchwork knitting, that really thrills me: they are so different and I find every piece interesting.
I think that they are very good arguments for patchwork knitting ;-)
There is even a
sweater where the ‘middle’ of the patchwork square is a braid sweater where the ‘middle’ of the patchwork square is a braid, I have never seen this before.
Marion’s Picasa Web Album
The original site doesn’t exist any more, but I there are photos of Marion’s sweaters and the like made in patchwork knitting somewhere else.
via: Patchwork stricken und mehr (German)
Here at unikatissima concerning ‘patchwork knitting’:
What Can You Do With Filet Crochet/Cross Stitch Embroidery Charts?
This isn’t a real instruction but more of an inspiration. At Atelier Verena you can follow a class about recycling. At her website, Atelier Verena describes how to make your own recycled lamp (last item on page): glue two terracotta pots together, wrap them with fabric, use some fabric stiffener and paint it with acrylic colour.
I haven’t done it yet, but I think that you also can wrap the glued pots with paper mache or plaster of paris and do some kind of collage or decoupage or glueing interesting tissues an it and so forth.