This knit ball is as easy to make as it is fun to play with.
A very simple ball made from a knit rectangle. It’s the perfect first project for a new knitter.
You could also make a similar ball by crocheting a rectangle and following the sewing instructions.
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These little animals by Small Means are so wonderful to make. Plus they are free 🙂
The first one took a little extra work for me, because I had to remember how to read a knitting pattern! But her directions were easy to follow and the little guys turned out great. My kids wanted Kittens at the end, so I had to modify the ears and add tails… but they turned out great.
This link takes to directly to a free PDF file where you can print the directions.
I love this little cup cozy idea so much, just had to share it.
It’s from the blog We Bloom Here,
I hope to make a few as gifts soon.
We called this painting with crystals, because that is what it looks like! We stirred Epsom salts to a little warm water until dissolved and then mixed in water color paints.
We painted as we normally do. When the paintings were dry, little crystals were sparkling up at us. The crystals were bigger on the places the paint on thickest.
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