Decoupage is a beautiful technique, it lets you decorate almost any surface by gluing paper. The result can look like a beautiful painted design, but it is just paper and glue (the most widely used material is napkin). As i said, you can use decoupage on almost any surface. Boxes are the favorite ones for… Continue reading
I love bracelets. The Knitting Machine has given me the possibility to experiment and create new options for bracelets, combining beads, pendants, threads, wool and actually wherever your imagination can tell. I started knitting a cord. I wanted to create a bracelet half wool and half any other material. Ready to use. You can check… Continue reading Knitting Bracelets!
I love them! specially the ones which are made of beads and threads. Wood beads, glass beads, seeds are my favorite materials, and with a bit of imagination and easy techniques you can start with simple but beautiful creations. Colored beads are a great option. Find a good combination of colors and just slide them… Continue reading Who Doesn’t Love Necklaces?
I bought it few months ago and I’m glad I did it. It’s magical. You can create beautiful necklaces and bracelets. You can find it on E-bay like Embellish-Knit Machine Kit. I will start soon more necklaces and bracelets projects using my magic machine. 🙂
Coasters are very useful at home. Besides, it is a great deco project, quick and easy. Let’s try it: Ch3 and join with Sl St Make 8 SC in the central ring and Sl St. Round 1: 2 SC into every stitch (from previous 8SC). 16 stitches in total. Round 2: 2 SC in… Continue reading Simple Coasters
Amigurumi is a great technique. You can create plenty of nice and lovely creatures. My buddy here is the first one of many I’m planning to create. Take a look at the instructions. It’s very easy to make. Head: Round 1: make a magic ring. 6 SC into the ring. Round 2: 2SC in each… Continue reading Amigurumi Buddy!
I would like to have ready a bunch of hearts before Valentine arrives. I’m trying to hurry… These are my favorites patterns: Let’s start with the first one: Round 1: Make a magic circle, 6SC into the ring and pull over (6 stitches in total). Round 2: 2SC into each stitch from the previous round… Continue reading The Valentine’s Hearts