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Free Knitting Pattern for One Skein Elk Tooth Shawl - Shawl in three sections of stockinette, lace, and seed stitch. Designed by Caitlin ffrench for sport yarn but could be adapted ot other weights. Pictured project by OrangeJellyfish who used one skein of sport yarn. Looks great in variegated yarn! by althea
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althea Free Knitting Pattern for One Skein Elk Tooth Shawl - Shawl in three sections of stockinette, lace, and seed stitch. Designed by Caitlin ffrench for sport yarn but could be adapted ot other weights. Pictured project by OrangeJellyfish who used one skein of sport yarn. Looks great in variegated yarn!
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Need to read more about...Timeout Meditiation Bottles. Sooooo… I have a three-year-old little girl who is full of drama.  Probably not the only one in history, but one of my current dilemmas.  When time out time comes for bad behaviour I find myself with a little girl on the bottom step screaming, kicking walls and not able to even calm down enough to learn her lesson. by althea
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althea Need to read more about...Timeout Meditiation Bottles. Sooooo… I have a three-year-old little girl who is full of drama. Probably not the only one in history, but one of my current dilemmas. When time out time comes for bad behaviour I find myself with a little girl on the bottom step screaming, kicking walls and not able to even calm down enough to learn her lesson.
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Free Knitting Pattern for Gigi's Garter Stitch Cowl - Cathy Payson’s design is easy enough for beginners and a quick knit in bulky yarn by althea
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althea Free Knitting Pattern for Gigi's Garter Stitch Cowl - Cathy Payson’s design is easy enough for beginners and a quick knit in bulky yarn
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Knitting Pattern for Easy Baby Hooded Wrap Cardigan - Quick and easy hoodie in garter stitch in 3 sizes to fit chest: 41(46:51)cm, 16(18:20)in. Ages:0-3m(3-6m:6-12m). Designed by Audrey Wilson. Pictured project by parksidepurler by althea
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althea Knitting Pattern for Easy Baby Hooded Wrap Cardigan - Quick and easy hoodie in garter stitch in 3 sizes to fit chest: 41(46:51)cm, 16(18:20)in. Ages:0-3m(3-6m:6-12m). Designed by Audrey Wilson. Pictured project by parksidepurler
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Butterfly Bathing Suit made for 18" American Girl Doll Clothes by althea
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althea Butterfly Bathing Suit made for 18" American Girl Doll Clothes
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Free blog stock photos, fitness photos, and tech photos for your blog by althea
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althea Free blog stock photos, fitness photos, and tech photos for your blog
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✨Simonetips✨ by althea
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Free Knitting Pattern for Shell Baby Blanket - The Heirloom Knit Baby Blanket in knit in panels, seamed, and then the lace border is added. Approximately 35″ by 42″. Posted by Craft Yarn Council. Pictured project by filis who modified the border. by althea
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althea Free Knitting Pattern for Shell Baby Blanket - The Heirloom Knit Baby Blanket in knit in panels, seamed, and then the lace border is added. Approximately 35″ by 42″. Posted by Craft Yarn Council. Pictured project by filis who modified the border.
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Free Knitting Pattern for Heavenly Blanket - Designed by Joyce Nordstorm for Red Heart, this combination of cable panels and lacework creates a baby blanket that will become a family favorite. Blanket measures 37″ x 42″. Pictured project by Posh Knits #forme by althea
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althea Free Knitting Pattern for Heavenly Blanket - Designed by Joyce Nordstorm for Red Heart, this combination of cable panels and lacework creates a baby blanket that will become a family favorite. Blanket measures 37″ x 42″. Pictured project by Posh Knits #forme
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17 of the coolest hidden Google tricks by althea
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Blue Opal: the ultimate stone for all forms of wishes, for entering the world of the fae (fairies) and for seeing beyond the immediate physical reality to the wonders within nature and life. resonates the 5th, or Throat Chakra and can enhance communication, especially that of which has been suppressed through lack of self confidence. Rainbow blue opal cleanses and gently energizes the aura and all the chakras. Emotional soother that helps to realign one to their spiritual purpose. by althea
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althea Blue Opal: the ultimate stone for all forms of wishes, for entering the world of the fae (fairies) and for seeing beyond the immediate physical reality to the wonders within nature and life. resonates the 5th, or Throat Chakra and can enhance communication, especially that of which has been suppressed through lack of self confidence. Rainbow blue opal cleanses and gently energizes the aura and all the chakras. Emotional soother that helps to realign one to their spiritual purpose.
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Google has a lot of hidden tricks which allow you to use it a lot more effectively than you think. These tricks aren't obvious because Google doesn't want to confuse basic users with an overload of info on how to use their search engine. But if you're the type who wants to learn some cool… by althea
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althea Google has a lot of hidden tricks which allow you to use it a lot more effectively than you think. These tricks aren't obvious because Google doesn't want to confuse basic users with an overload of info on how to use their search engine. But if you're the type who wants to learn some cool…
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This super simple slouch hat is perfect for beginners looking to play with some basic shaping and textures, but it's also fun for the intermediate crocheter who wants to whip up something quick and cute. Supplies: * Medium/Worsted Weight yarn * US H8/5.00mm * US G6/4.00mm * Tapestry needle (for weaving in ends) Gauge: The gauge for the Red Heart Shimmer (shown in the purple hat photo above) is 14dc x 9r = 4in/10cm using an H8/5.00mm crochet hook. Notes: * If you choose to use yarn like Red Heart Super Saver, please note that it is thicker than the medium/worsted yarn used in my prototypes and could possibly make your hat much larger than gauge. You can adjust the hat's size accordingly by eliminating increase rounds and removing some of the straight rounds toward the bottom of the hat according to preference. * Make sure you are joining directly into the top of the ch-2 at the end of each round, not into the gap between the ch-2 and the next DC. Joining into the gap will create a hole. Instructions (Read the pattern below or click here to download the PDF from Craftsy!): Begin with magic loop (click here to watch a how-to video). * Row 1: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 11 DCs in ring; join to top of ch 2 and pull loop tight (12 sts) * Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), DC in same st, *2 DCs in next st* around; join (24 sts) * Row 3: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), DC in next st, 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 2 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (32 sts) * Row 4: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 3 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (40 sts) * Row 5: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 4 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (48 sts) * Row 6: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 5 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (56 sts) * Row 7: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 6 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (64 sts) * Row 8: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 7 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (72 sts) * Row 9: Ch 2, *DCin each st aroud*, join; * Rows 10-28: Repeat Row 9 for 19 rows; join o Note: This is where you can remove rows, if needed, to lessen the amount of slouch dependent on gauge. Basically, work these rows until you reach your preferred length. * Row 29: Switch to smaller hook, ch 1, *in back loop only, sc in each st around*; join * Rows 30-34: Repeat Row 29 Fasten off. I hope you all enjoy this pattern!  If you have any photos, definitely  post them on Ravelry because I'd love to see everything you make :)  Thanks for taking the time to drop by and check it out! For more knit and crochet patterns, make sure to visit my Patterns page! by althea
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althea This super simple slouch hat is perfect for beginners looking to play with some basic shaping and textures, but it's also fun for the intermediate crocheter who wants to whip up something quick and cute. Supplies: * Medium/Worsted Weight yarn * US H8/5.00mm * US G6/4.00mm * Tapestry needle (for weaving in ends) Gauge: The gauge for the Red Heart Shimmer (shown in the purple hat photo above) is 14dc x 9r = 4in/10cm using an H8/5.00mm crochet hook. Notes: * If you choose to use yarn like Red Heart Super Saver, please note that it is thicker than the medium/worsted yarn used in my prototypes and could possibly make your hat much larger than gauge. You can adjust the hat's size accordingly by eliminating increase rounds and removing some of the straight rounds toward the bottom of the hat according to preference. * Make sure you are joining directly into the top of the ch-2 at the end of each round, not into the gap between the ch-2 and the next DC. Joining into the gap will create a hole. Instructions (Read the pattern below or click here to download the PDF from Craftsy!): Begin with magic loop (click here to watch a how-to video). * Row 1: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 11 DCs in ring; join to top of ch 2 and pull loop tight (12 sts) * Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), DC in same st, *2 DCs in next st* around; join (24 sts) * Row 3: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), DC in next st, 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 2 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (32 sts) * Row 4: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 3 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (40 sts) * Row 5: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 4 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (48 sts) * Row 6: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 5 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (56 sts) * Row 7: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 6 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (64 sts) * Row 8: Ch 2 (counts as first DC), 2 DCs in next st, *DC in next 7 sts, 2 DCs in next st* around; join (72 sts) * Row 9: Ch 2, *DCin each st aroud*, join; * Rows 10-28: Repeat Row 9 for 19 rows; join o Note: This is where you can remove rows, if needed, to lessen the amount of slouch dependent on gauge. Basically, work these rows until you reach your preferred length. * Row 29: Switch to smaller hook, ch 1, *in back loop only, sc in each st around*; join * Rows 30-34: Repeat Row 29 Fasten off. I hope you all enjoy this pattern!  If you have any photos, definitely  post them on Ravelry because I'd love to see everything you make :)  Thanks for taking the time to drop by and check it out! For more knit and crochet patterns, make sure to visit my Patterns page!
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This is a free crochet pattern for a small, sitting teddy bear. This teddy is made using the same basic body structure as my free Sunny Bunny pattern. He measures approximately 3.75” tall and was made using Sugar n’ Cream cotton yarn and a 3mm hook. You can use any yarn and hook desired, it will only change the size of your finished teddy. by althea
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althea This is a free crochet pattern for a small, sitting teddy bear. This teddy is made using the same basic body structure as my free Sunny Bunny pattern. He measures approximately 3.75” tall and was made using Sugar n’ Cream cotton yarn and a 3mm hook. You can use any yarn and hook desired, it will only change the size of your finished teddy.
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Make any of these cute critters with Wool-Ease Thick & Quick! by althea
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althea Make any of these cute critters with Wool-Ease Thick & Quick!
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