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links: crafts

how to use metal rivets at U-Handblog

homemade deodorant at Angry Chicken

Fabric.com was bought by Amazon, at True Up

I need a craft that has tangible results! at Ask Metafilter

Sublime organic cotton, must check out this yarn

knit goldfish cracker at I Like Lemons. The pattern is by Kimber Chapman and I also like her mini easter egg toys.

There are a couple good patterns in Berroco’s Cuzco & Peruvia booklet. I think I’d like a shorter version of Crotona.

· comments [4] · 07-17-2008 · categories:craft ·

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  • 1 Jen // Jul 17, 2008 at 9:34 am

    yay! someone suggested soap making on that mefi thread. that’s my new hobby.

    also, cap rivets, aka speedy rivets? pfft. get back to be when you try the kind of rivet you need an anvil for :P

  • 2 NyteRayn // Jul 17, 2008 at 10:11 am

    I’m using the sublime organic cotton to crochet a scarf right now… I love it! Its so soft and smooth. As a beginning I’m having a little trouble because the hook tends to go through the yarn quite often… also- its drying out my hands something fierce. But I’ll definitely be using it again for projects in the future.

    My scarf is here: http://elementalcraft.blogspot.com/2008/07/busy-weekend.html

  • 3 Emmakat // Jul 18, 2008 at 6:56 am

    Oooh, I’ve been coveting Sublime since I saw it at Churchmouse on Bainbridge last month. But I’m not allowing myself to stash more yarn right now….

  • 4 Laura // Jul 18, 2008 at 8:11 pm

    Crotona is cute- but yes, too long. The only thing I worry about with asymmetrical sweaters is how they might look when they are unbuttoned. I can’t wear a sweater that I have to keep buttoned- it’s a hot flash waiting to happen.

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