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  • Knitted Dinosaur Head
    Rex like because once you have sewn the top and bottom parts together and stuffed him his whole entire face takes shape Then you add teeth and it brings him to life The kit came with a very generous amount of stuffing enough yarn to knit him up and have some left over to sew the head onto the pre drilled MDF mount There is literally nothing more you need to buy to make this prehistoric fella Priced at 37 99 I think this is really reasonable I loved it and would give this 10 out of 10 It took me about a week to knit up doing a bit each night A very quick and satisfying knit and I would highly recommend this to anyone who is dinosaur obsessed Sincerely Louise also does purple or red Triceratops Head for dino obsessed girls And here is the grand reveal All set up in my little 3 year old s bedroom above his bed He thinks it now protects him from the monsters Louise was at the Knitting Stitch Show in Alexandra Palace last month and I got to see all her knits in real life I was really keen to get another kit but it s very hard to choose between them all In the end I bought the Bear Pillow kit to knit up as my son really loves the book We re going on a Bear Hunt so I thought it would make a lovely Christmas present for him The pillow isn t on sale yet in her Etsy shop but I am sure it will be very soon can you see it in the top left hand corner its queued up in the to do pile of projects to be completed BEFORE Christmas The lovely Louise at

    Original URL path: http://www.teaandcrafting.co.uk/knitted-dinosaur-head/ (2016-04-29)
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  • dinosaur
    the chart as well as the written pattern to refer to was very useful Don t be alarmed when you re finished knitting and the top part of his head looks more alligator like rather than T Rex like because once you have sewn the top and bottom parts together and stuffed him his whole entire face takes shape Then you add teeth and it brings him to life The kit came with a very generous amount of stuffing enough yarn to knit him up and have some left over to sew the head onto the pre drilled MDF mount There is literally nothing more you need to buy to make this prehistoric fella Priced at 37 99 I think this is really reasonable I loved it and would give this 10 out of 10 It took me about a week to knit up doing a bit each night A very quick and satisfying knit and I would highly recommend this to anyone who is dinosaur obsessed Sincerely Louise also does purple or red Triceratops Head for dino obsessed girls And here is the grand reveal All set up in my little 3 year old s bedroom above his bed He thinks it now protects him from the monsters Louise was at the Knitting Stitch Show in Alexandra Palace last month and I got to see all her knits in real life I was really keen to get another kit but it s very hard to choose between them all In the end I bought the Bear Pillow kit to knit up as my son really loves the book We re going on a Bear Hunt so I thought it would make a lovely Christmas present for him The pillow isn t on sale yet in her Etsy shop but

    Original URL path: http://www.teaandcrafting.co.uk/tag/dinosaur/ (2016-04-29)
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  • knitting
    next step would be then to choose the yarn shades closest to those colours and then voilà you have a lovely colour scheme that all works well together Another similar website I came across is Color Palettes the principal is the same and you can search by colour too I am now looking at everything differently what else could inspire a colour scheme Last week I walked past this cute camper van with these retro 60 s curtain the curtains even matched the orange camper van love a bit of co ordination What do you think Could the colours on the curtains be a colour scheme for a blanket I would love some of my own personal photos to inspire a blanket s colour scheme But how Well folks I found this magic tool that helps you pick out the shades from your photos and present you with an awesome colour scheme Check out my results I am hooked and spent far too long playing around with it Lets start off with that photo above You see those little white dots Well those are the colours the software picked out Now I love this because if I had to choose the colours myself I wouldn t have thought to include some of the beiges or the greys at all and the colours combined do work but to be honest its not inspiring me right now But its a lovely palette for a blanket one day How about a photo on that is on Tea Crafting s homepage Check out the results from that pretty neat huh Yes I am getting addicted to this So I thought I would test out an actual photo of people here is a selfie of Jasper and I and it worked I love the results I am officially hooked This is a lovely muted wintery palette for a baby boys blanket I have on my list to crochet I will probably change the order of the colours but I like it as as base to start from Now I just have to hunt for some yarn in similar shades So if you want to test this out head on over to the Play Crafts website here and have some fun with their Palette Builder Tool But if you don t have time to play with the builder and then find the yarn which can be tricky then have a look at pre made packs such as The Homemakery s Yarn Packs This one in particular is one of my favourites inspired by Orla Keily And finally my other go to for choosing colour schemes is looking at the selvedge of fabrics Ever noticed those coloured circles that pick out the colours of the pattern on the fabric Looks at those circles for some inspiration and ideas There you go this is a long post but I hope it s given you some useful information and that it will indeed be useful to you in choosing

    Original URL path: http://www.teaandcrafting.co.uk/tag/knitting-2/ (2016-04-29)
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  • LoveCrochet Snowflake Appeal
    video tutorial here Please note her pattern is in UK terms What it means to me I wish we could help all the children and families who are struggling all over the world Its a very genuine wish and being a parent myself I know its tough keeping everything in check from finances to making sure our children are safe We are fortunate enough to have a warm home for our boys feed them and be able to buy them the basics to keep them from struggle If we collectively donate and or make snowflakes we can all help giving whatever you can you contribute to helping and therefore making a difference If you can t crochet or you would like to help further then you can also donate to this cause right here By choosing to donate to the Home Start Snowflake Appeal you are helping a family in need this Christmas Every little bit helps as the saying goes Once you have made your snowflake embellish them as you like add bells trims sparkles or buttons Anything you like each one will be as unique as the children and families they are going to I decided to add little bells on each corner of my snowflake and love the little jingle they make Share your makes using snowflakeappeal I ll certainly be keeping my eye on the different snowflakes being crocheted this month and next I ve committed to making 8 for now each in one of my favourite colours yes because I have 8 favourite colours right now Here are my first two what do you think Filed Under Crochet Tagged With homestart kirstyallsop snowflakeappeal Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may

    Original URL path: http://www.teaandcrafting.co.uk/lovecrochet-snowflake-appeal/ (2016-04-29)
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  • homestart
    The lovely Sarah Jayne from Bella Coco has written a pattern that can be downloaded from the LoveCrochet website right here Its not a difficult pattern to follow at all and if you are struggling you can watch her video tutorial here Please note her pattern is in UK terms What it means to me I wish we could help all the children and families who are struggling all over the world Its a very genuine wish and being a parent myself I know its tough keeping everything in check from finances to making sure our children are safe We are fortunate enough to have a warm home for our boys feed them and be able to buy them the basics to keep them from struggle If we collectively donate and or make snowflakes we can all help giving whatever you can you contribute to helping and therefore making a difference If you can t crochet or you would like to help further then you can also donate to this cause right here By choosing to donate to the Home Start Snowflake Appeal you are helping a family in need this Christmas Every little bit helps as the saying goes Once you have made your snowflake embellish them as you like add bells trims sparkles or buttons Anything you like each one will be as unique as the children and families they are going to I decided to add little bells on each corner of my snowflake and love the little jingle they make Share your makes using snowflakeappeal I ll certainly be keeping my eye on the different snowflakes being crocheted this month and next I ve committed to making 8 for now each in one of my favourite colours yes because I have 8 favourite colours right now

    Original URL path: http://www.teaandcrafting.co.uk/tag/homestart/ (2016-04-29)
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  • kirstyallsop
    Sarah Jayne from Bella Coco has written a pattern that can be downloaded from the LoveCrochet website right here Its not a difficult pattern to follow at all and if you are struggling you can watch her video tutorial here Please note her pattern is in UK terms What it means to me I wish we could help all the children and families who are struggling all over the world Its a very genuine wish and being a parent myself I know its tough keeping everything in check from finances to making sure our children are safe We are fortunate enough to have a warm home for our boys feed them and be able to buy them the basics to keep them from struggle If we collectively donate and or make snowflakes we can all help giving whatever you can you contribute to helping and therefore making a difference If you can t crochet or you would like to help further then you can also donate to this cause right here By choosing to donate to the Home Start Snowflake Appeal you are helping a family in need this Christmas Every little bit helps as the saying goes Once you have made your snowflake embellish them as you like add bells trims sparkles or buttons Anything you like each one will be as unique as the children and families they are going to I decided to add little bells on each corner of my snowflake and love the little jingle they make Share your makes using snowflakeappeal I ll certainly be keeping my eye on the different snowflakes being crocheted this month and next I ve committed to making 8 for now each in one of my favourite colours yes because I have 8 favourite colours right now Here are

    Original URL path: http://www.teaandcrafting.co.uk/tag/kirstyallsop/ (2016-04-29)
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  • snowflakeappeal
    Jayne from Bella Coco has written a pattern that can be downloaded from the LoveCrochet website right here Its not a difficult pattern to follow at all and if you are struggling you can watch her video tutorial here Please note her pattern is in UK terms What it means to me I wish we could help all the children and families who are struggling all over the world Its a very genuine wish and being a parent myself I know its tough keeping everything in check from finances to making sure our children are safe We are fortunate enough to have a warm home for our boys feed them and be able to buy them the basics to keep them from struggle If we collectively donate and or make snowflakes we can all help giving whatever you can you contribute to helping and therefore making a difference If you can t crochet or you would like to help further then you can also donate to this cause right here By choosing to donate to the Home Start Snowflake Appeal you are helping a family in need this Christmas Every little bit helps as the saying goes Once you have made your snowflake embellish them as you like add bells trims sparkles or buttons Anything you like each one will be as unique as the children and families they are going to I decided to add little bells on each corner of my snowflake and love the little jingle they make Share your makes using snowflakeappeal I ll certainly be keeping my eye on the different snowflakes being crocheted this month and next I ve committed to making 8 for now each in one of my favourite colours yes because I have 8 favourite colours right now Here are my

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  • No Sew Tambourine Embroidery Hoops
    with some pliers you can remove the excess metal by bending it backwards and forwards until is snaps off 2 Use a glue gun to secure the end in place 3 Tie some thick nylon thread to the hoop and then thread a bell and wind the nylon around the hoop keeping it taut so that there is no slack Repeat this process until all the bells are on the hoop and tie the end onto the hoop 4 You re now ready to make some music How To The Sew Option more secure for kids 1 Same as above except for Stage 3 use a needle to thread and sew the bell into place securely going through the hole twice to make sure it doesn t come off 2 Sew the ends tight and knot off Variations I saw some lovely lace tambourines on Pinterest here made for a wedding but you could also use some Liberty fabric to fill the centre instead of lace For Christmas you can use red green and white fabrics and make smaller ones as decorations Do you know of any other quick and easy embroidery hoop crafts Filed Under Children s Crafting Crafting DIY Tagged With embroidery hoops Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Follow Us on Instagram Search Search for Upcoming Workshops Mon May 2 2016 Modern Calligraphy for Beginners Wed May 4 2016 Pattern Reading Cable Stitching Tue May 10 2016 Crochet Granny

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