This edging is used on our Prayer Shawl and can be used on any item to which you would like to add trim. This is another variation of shell trim that has two rows with different colors. Begin the trim where you ended the final row of the shawl. Do not turn. Work 5 dc… Continue reading Tutorial: Double Shell Edging
Prayer Shawl We all have friends in need. Sometimes the friend just needs a hug or an encouraging chat over a cup of coffee. Most of us benefit from a reprieve from the daily grind and having a friend to laugh with can go a long way. But sometimes a friend needs more – when that… Continue reading Free Pattern: The Power of a Prayer Shawl
Written by: Leslie Helakoski Illustrated by: Lee Harper Published by: HarperCollins Summary: Woolbur's list of Do's and Don'ts: DO express yourself creatively… DON'T worry if you weave your forelock into a pot holder! DO march to your own beat… DON'T worry when Maa and Paa tell you to stay with the herd! DO be bold… Continue reading Book Review: Woolbur
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These bowls are a quick and fun project for beginners to learn how to crochet. Nesting bowls made of sari silk are such a beautiful and practical gift – even seasoned crocheters will love working these up. You can find the Sari Silk Nesting Bowls pattern you are looking for here on Craftsy for $2.00. Want to… Continue reading Sari Silk Nesting Bowl Crochet Pattern