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PREMIUM QUALITY HEADWEAR: This item is made of 100% soft acrylic which is thick, stretchy and durable with soft and detailed twist wool pattern. FUNCTIONAL: A classic and comfortable headband that you can wear all the time in winter. It helps to keep your hair tidy while you are doing outdoor sports. It works perfectly as a headband and ear warmer. ONE SIZE FITS MOST: The thick stretchy acrylic yarns with wide coverage that keeps your hair in place. It fits up to 22 1/4" Head Circumference (Hat Size 7). PERFECT GIFT: A classic crotchet headband which can fit any fashion styles and keep you warm. A perfect gift for the person you love. Dimension: 8.6 X 4.3 inches (not stretched). Material: 100% Acrylic. Color: Red. Zodaca® is a registered trademark. Only authorized seller of Zodaca® can sell under Zodaca® listings. All rights reserved. All trade names are registered trademarks of respective manufacturers listed.
Made in USA. A henna-inspired ikat pattern bring exotic flavor to this dress. Simply add fringe boots and a wide-brimmed hat to create an unique boho look!
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We are here to bring the imaginative and original world best women clothing. Each and every work and art has been personally conceptualized by us and executed by his most creative design team. The 'Rosella' Top by White Mark is draped in a sexy and endearing way with crochet lacedetails on sleeves and hem with a stretchy boat neckline to spice up your night. FeaturesShow off your toned shoulders and stunning clavicles with this boat neckline top Care InstructionHand Wash Specifications Color: Red/Black Size: Small Material: Polyester, Spandex Style: Off Shoulder, T-Shirt Pattern: Geometric Neck Style: Boatneck
Knitting has been through these phases and at the moment it is a very popular pastime. Following is a very interesting article from Wikipedia, that points out the high's and low's of knitting through the decades. and the reasons why knitting was more popular during specific times during the 20th and 21st century. Thank you The 1920s saw a vast increase in the popularity of knitwear in much of the western world. Knitwear, especially sweaters/pullovers became essential part of the new fashions of the age for men, women and children, rather than mostly practical garments of associated with particular occupations (e. g. , fishermen). The late teens and early 1920s saw a fashion for knitted meant many turned to knitting through necessity. It was much cheaper to knit your own garments than to buy hand (or even machine) knitted products. Skills were needed for repairs to existing garments,socks and underwear. Patterns, now often included in popular women's magazines frequently reflected this need. Some hobby knitters took to part-time work, hand knitting for extra income. Sewn from a micro-knit synthetic fabric and brushed on one side, these were more fashionable at the time, much cheaper and quicker to produce and for the consumer much more easily cared for. These fabrics could also easily be printed with fashionable designs. Although made from a kind of knit fabric they are not usually considered knitwear. Technological advances such as computerized knitting machines saw new designs and approaches to knitting. Some artists began to see knitting as a legitimate art form rather than a craft or cottage industry and more attention began to be placed on the design possibilities of knitting from an artistic perspective rather than wholly fashion (or... As time and technology change, so does the art of knitting. The Internet allows knitters to connect, share interests and learn from each other, whether across the street or across the globe. Among the first Internet knitting phenomena was the popular KnitList with thousands of members. In 1998, the first online knitting magazine, I remember my Mam unpacking wool & steaming it to get the crinkled out then reknitting it. My nana taught my sister & I to knit we used to all sit together knitting in the days before the telly. The value of knitting is being accepted again. My friend & I taught 5 year groups of primary children to knit. The head wanted them not only to learn a traditional skill but to get the opportunity of improving their social skills by sitting talking to adults they didn't know. Source: The Knitting Basket
Not one to sit still, Rita continued working at a variety of part-time jobs well into her 70s, “just to have something to do.” She also enjoyed socializing with her New London McDonald's “Breakfast Club” for many years. An avid knitting and crocheting
Designers did it justice with hibiscus prints, colorful crocheted pieces, bucket hats and citrus shades. Hippie chic: Styles plucked from the '70s are everywhere this season — and they're probably not going anywhere in 2016, either. Boho maxis, flared
There was sand and crochet bikinis, tropical flower prints and a reggae-inflected soundtrack. Gigi Hadid stomped . When it came to the collection itself, the inspiration appeared to be something along the lines of Las Vegas '70s disco diva, updated
baking soda, brown sugar, butter, corn flakes, eggs, flour, nuts, oatmeal, salt, vanilla extract, vegetable oil, sugar
butter, eggs, sugar, milk, flour, icing, vanilla extract
banana, cinnamon, wheat bread
Forget ugly afghans and dainty doilies and think luxurious throws and sumptuous sweaters. You can crochet cool stuff that will make everyone envious--things to spice up your wardrobe and your pad, or gifts to amaze your "I could never do that" friends. Choose from nearly thirty projects ranging from elegant to earthy--from a chic shrug to a recycled denim rug and from fun plush toys to sweaters too good for boys. In hip style, this guide covers: * All kinds of yarns and materials, and the tools of the trade * The basic stitches, shaping, finishing techniques, blocking, and more * Simple projects that give you close-to-instant gratification and more complex ones that take some commitment * Suggestions for customizing every design and personalizing every project Intone your creative...
Designed to give you more than 100 crochet project ideas for using all that left over yarn. This collection of projects includes everything from vests to cosy afghans to pretty doilies to kitchen table sets to cuddly dolls and more.
Every Wednesday, up to a dozen women gather at Bear Towne Java at 323 Middle St. armed with knitting needles, crochet hooks and yarn to fight ... present membership of roughly 35 ladies. That’s 70 knitting needles and a whole lot of yarn.
Several years ago, when off-shore mass production was starting to find its way into market and manufacturing companies were closing down, Anna would track down rare fabrics from the '70s and '80s ... with the prints and patterns defining the cutting ...
The owners are the staff and will help anyone with their crochet or knitting projects ... The sisters both started designing patterns shortly after opening the shop. "I think the first one I had published was in 1984. We have eight big volumes over ...
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