Love this Oar coat hook DIY you recommended, but not sure where you could hang them. Consider using one oar horizontally under the screen next to the porch door. You could mount hooks along the handle of the oar. The towels would hang below the screen window, by nichole
nichole
nichole Love this Oar coat hook DIY you recommended, but not sure where you could hang them. Consider using one oar horizontally under the screen next to the porch door. You could mount hooks along the handle of the oar. The towels would hang below the screen window,
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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 Cindy Baldwin
Cindy Baldwin
Cindy Baldwin 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!
Super simple slouch har
Hang curtains or anything for that matter with 3m and curtain rod. *Curtains yes, towels NO. The towel is flush with the wall, bad for towels, but good for curtains. Make sure you're using the high capacity hooks and tape! by audrey
audrey
audrey Hang curtains or anything for that matter with 3m and curtain rod. *Curtains yes, towels NO. The towel is flush with the wall, bad for towels, but good for curtains. Make sure you're using the high capacity hooks and tape!
Art project ideas
HOOKS & RACKS :: DIY Framed Hooks Tutorial :: Great way to add color & texture to the back of a door or any wall. You could hang by JLB2012
JLB2012
JLB2012 HOOKS & RACKS :: DIY Framed Hooks Tutorial :: Great way to add color & texture to the back of a door or any wall. You could hang
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for american girl doll clothes.  but not sure they would hang them. by GwendolynDiva
GwendolynDiva
GwendolynDiva for american girl doll clothes. but not sure they would hang them.
Dolls
I like the beadboard wall with the moulding & hooks & the bench below. Would be great for an entry area to put hats, coats (in cold months), a place to sit & put on/take off shoes (could also place a shallow basket under bench for shoes that would normally get left lying by the door). by trey5170
trey5170
trey5170 I like the beadboard wall with the moulding & hooks & the bench below. Would be great for an entry area to put hats, coats (in cold months), a place to sit & put on/take off shoes (could also place a shallow basket under bench for shoes that would normally get left lying by the door).
Rooms
where would you go next? by tonya
tonya
tonya where would you go next?
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Old door as coat rack / could have artists make a piece for the door. The art could face the window and the coats could hang in back on the inside. by susangir
susangir
susangir Old door as coat rack / could have artists make a piece for the door. The art could face the window and the coats could hang in back on the inside.
Inspiring Ideas
Hang Christmas ornaments using fishing line in the window or on the porch by karina
karina
karina Hang Christmas ornaments using fishing line in the window or on the porch
Christmas Decorations
Tall Leather Boots – Gipsy Dharma  Not sure where a person would wear them but very cool! by Adool
Adool
Adool Tall Leather Boots – Gipsy Dharma Not sure where a person would wear them but very cool!
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ส่วนลดวันนี้ hooks coat hooks the coat hook wall coat rack wall kitchen bathroom living room door rack hanger-style #24B - intl hooks coat hooks the coat hook wall coat rack wall kitchen bathroom living room door rack hanger-style #24B - intl Brand: you can Import: no Category: ordinary link Material: aluminum alloy Style: sin ...| ราคาดีที่สุดในประเทศไทย ง่าย ๆ ชอปปิ้งได้ทุกที่ทุกเวลา! ตลอด 24ชั่วโมง 
ที่คุณจะต้องเลือก... by BigSeller
BigSeller
BigSeller ส่วนลดวันนี้ hooks coat hooks the coat hook wall coat rack wall kitchen bathroom living room door rack hanger-style #24B - intl hooks coat hooks the coat hook wall coat rack wall kitchen bathroom living room door rack hanger-style #24B - intl Brand: you can Import: no Category: ordinary link Material: aluminum alloy Style: sin ...| ราคาดีที่สุดในประเทศไทย ง่าย ๆ ชอปปิ้งได้ทุกที่ทุกเวลา! ตลอด 24ชั่วโมง ที่คุณจะต้องเลือก...
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Decorative and functional-could add a couple hooks to the bottom shelf (or below) for "used" "damp" towels. by deidre
deidre
deidre Decorative and functional-could add a couple hooks to the bottom shelf (or below) for "used" "damp" towels.
home decor inspiration
Put a couple strips of reflective tape on the inside of the door. The next time you have to pull over on the shoulder at night, open the door and you'll have a brilliant attention-getter right where it will do the most good. Who knows, it could save you from being rear-ended some day. It can't hurt, that's for sure! by marjorie
marjorie
marjorie Put a couple strips of reflective tape on the inside of the door. The next time you have to pull over on the shoulder at night, open the door and you'll have a brilliant attention-getter right where it will do the most good. Who knows, it could save you from being rear-ended some day. It can't hurt, that's for sure!
Candy Table Ideas
Put a couple strips of reflective tape on the inside of the door. The next time you have to pull over on the shoulder at night, open the door and you'll have a brilliant attention-getter right where it will do the most good. Who knows, it could save you from being rear-ended some day. It can't hurt, that's for sure! by marjorie
marjorie
marjorie Put a couple strips of reflective tape on the inside of the door. The next time you have to pull over on the shoulder at night, open the door and you'll have a brilliant attention-getter right where it will do the most good. Who knows, it could save you from being rear-ended some day. It can't hurt, that's for sure!
Candy Table Ideas
heart shaped flower bucket. Wasn't really sure if you ladies would consider this purple or not. But it is lovely by alyson
alyson
alyson heart shaped flower bucket. Wasn't really sure if you ladies would consider this purple or not. But it is lovely
texts
I want to do this in your room this summer!!! except where the window is, put hooks to hang up jackets, housecoat, etc. and a lamp attached to the end of the shelf so you can curl up there and read. want to do this along your large wall.   Cool eh? by mavis
mavis
mavis I want to do this in your room this summer!!! except where the window is, put hooks to hang up jackets, housecoat, etc. and a lamp attached to the end of the shelf so you can curl up there and read. want to do this along your large wall. Cool eh?
Ideas for the house
Add hooks to the shower rod to hang up towels, love this idea but the kids aren't tall enough and I am doing this to teach them responsibility...time to get those little slaves working. by Hercio Dias
Hercio Dias
Hercio Dias Add hooks to the shower rod to hang up towels, love this idea but the kids aren't tall enough and I am doing this to teach them responsibility...time to get those little slaves working.
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Repurposed door knobs - hang on the wall and would make cute jacket hooks by rycalkat
rycalkat
rycalkat Repurposed door knobs - hang on the wall and would make cute jacket hooks
DIY Crafts
Not sure where on earth these would ever really work in my life, but I'm drawn to them all the same... by benzbling
benzbling
benzbling Not sure where on earth these would ever really work in my life, but I'm drawn to them all the same...
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Love this pretty little wreath. Not sure where I'd hang it but would love to give it a shot! by Kharis
Kharis
Kharis Love this pretty little wreath. Not sure where I'd hang it but would love to give it a shot!
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awesome organizational board.  Who would have thought of simple picture frames?  So cheap and you could hang them with 3M Command hooks so as not to damage walls!  Cool! by bgenia
bgenia
bgenia awesome organizational board. Who would have thought of simple picture frames? So cheap and you could hang them with 3M Command hooks so as not to damage walls! Cool!
room ideas
awesome organizational board. Who would have thought of simple picture frames? So cheap and you could hang them with 3M Command hooks so as not to damage walls! Cool! by mara
mara
mara awesome organizational board. Who would have thought of simple picture frames? So cheap and you could hang them with 3M Command hooks so as not to damage walls! Cool!
Smart Products
Not sure where I would hang this painting but I do like it, it's kind of whimsical and slightly haunting. by delores
delores
delores Not sure where I would hang this painting but I do like it, it's kind of whimsical and slightly haunting.
For the Home
Lively Trees Art -You’d like to hang out in a forest where azure shimmer grows on trees along with leaves of green, red and gold, wouldn’t you? But since you can’t, the next best thing is for the forest to hang with you at home. Textured layers of lustrous paint create foliage and branches with subtle dimension and rich variation. You wouldn’t mind getting lost in that. by lilbittyhoohoo13
lilbittyhoohoo13
lilbittyhoohoo13 Lively Trees Art -You’d like to hang out in a forest where azure shimmer grows on trees along with leaves of green, red and gold, wouldn’t you? But since you can’t, the next best thing is for the forest to hang with you at home. Textured layers of lustrous paint create foliage and branches with subtle dimension and rich variation. You wouldn’t mind getting lost in that.
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Keep your boots off the floor by hanging them with pant hangers!! I would think the clips would leave marks on the boots but you could by deirdre
deirdre
deirdre Keep your boots off the floor by hanging them with pant hangers!! I would think the clips would leave marks on the boots but you could
For the Home
I've seen pictures of people doing the letters in string but doing the background could be even cooler! Just not sure what room you could do that in... and not sure what i would write? by D.W
D.W
D.W I've seen pictures of people doing the letters in string but doing the background could be even cooler! Just not sure what room you could do that in... and not sure what i would write?
art
If you could be ANY animal, what animal would you be? Using a picture of the kid, have them decorate their picture to be that animal. by jill
jill
jill If you could be ANY animal, what animal would you be? Using a picture of the kid, have them decorate their picture to be that animal.
Recipes to Try
DIY fall front porch, love the colors and texture of this! We can help with this mums look great in pots outside the door, just make sure that you get them into the ground before the first frost. Then you get to enjoy them next year as they bloom for the fall weather! H&J Florist and Greenhouses of st Joseph MI 269-429-3621 by glenda
glenda
glenda DIY fall front porch, love the colors and texture of this! We can help with this mums look great in pots outside the door, just make sure that you get them into the ground before the first frost. Then you get to enjoy them next year as they bloom for the fall weather! H&J Florist and Greenhouses of st Joseph MI 269-429-3621
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if I could pin from Facebook I would....   not sure where it came from..  but it's good. by viviaf
viviaf
viviaf if I could pin from Facebook I would.... not sure where it came from.. but it's good.
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This would look stunning outdoors, and so easy. You could even save the tops and cover the jars when not in use so no insects or rain could get in them. Just make sure you keep your candles out of the sun so they don't melt. You could use flameless candles for safety. Save jars, add rice, beans or pebbles for cheap but pretty party ambiance...or an evening on the deck with friends. by eileen
eileen
eileen This would look stunning outdoors, and so easy. You could even save the tops and cover the jars when not in use so no insects or rain could get in them. Just make sure you keep your candles out of the sun so they don't melt. You could use flameless candles for safety. Save jars, add rice, beans or pebbles for cheap but pretty party ambiance...or an evening on the deck with friends.
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Fibonacci number - I would like to design a hosta garden based on this layout. The pattern would only be apparent from the upstairs bedroom window. The golden spiral would be completed using white hosta and each circle would be filled with one other contrasting specimen. The smaller circles would be raised higher than the next graduation below it. by annette
annette
annette Fibonacci number - I would like to design a hosta garden based on this layout. The pattern would only be apparent from the upstairs bedroom window. The golden spiral would be completed using white hosta and each circle would be filled with one other contrasting specimen. The smaller circles would be raised higher than the next graduation below it.
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