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Toddlers and Childrens Jumper Knitting Patterns, Poppleton 1169, childrens picture jumpers, bear jumper patterns, vintage jumper patterns

Toddlers and Childrens Jumper Knitting Patterns, Poppleton childrens picture jumpers, bear jumper patterns, vintage jumper patterns

Womens cardigan and top Knitting pattern, Jarol 390, Womens Vintage Knitting Patterns, Summer Knitting Patterns, Lace knitting patterns

Womens cardigan and top Knitting pattern, Jarol Womens Vintage Knitting Patterns, Summer Knitting Patterns, Lace knitting patterns

This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to make a scrunchy using the most basic stitches. All you need is scrap yarn and a rubber band.

This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to make a scrunchy using the most basic stitches. All you need is scrap yarn and a rubber band. This will help with the ponytail beanie. Tells you how to get your yarn onto the rubber band/ponytail holder.

Gunta Stölzl

Karen Longs posted The Bauhaus Textiles of Gunta Stölzl & Anni Albers to their -design concepts/ideas- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

Multicolor crochet dress by TessaPerlowInc on Etsy

Handmade one of a kind crochet shift dress in wide lace bobble stitch Size 6 Multicolor cotton yarn Slight cap sleeves

How to Russian Join Yarn Ends in 7 Easy Steps

Russian Join - No more weaving in ends! Hate weaving in ends? The Russian join is an excellent technique for attaching a new skein of yarn or for changing colors. Best of all, it creates a secure join, so you can keep crocheting or knitt.