I found this youtube clip on how to make a slip knot (same for knitting or crochet) to be the most non-intimidating one for a non-crafty identifying chick like me
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And I found this youtube clip on how to make a slip knot (same for knitting or crochet) to be the most non-intimidating one for a non-crafty identifying chick like me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9hv44QwQ-A
I am desperately in need of some assistance.
I’m currently trying to learn how to crochet, I only know how to knit at the moment. So I haven’t got a clue what I’m doing. If anyone knows good websites or videos for teaching or person tips/tricks please do tell or direct me to anyone who can help.
Thank you and good day <3
another way to do the butter cream rose right on the cupcakes
i didn’t know that. whaaat!?:
Use the AROUND() Operator
By default, Google searches for your search terms everywhere in the page and they don’t necessarily have to be near each other. This is annoying when you’re searching for something <like idol white> and you end up with an article about Billy Idol that later mentions his song White Wedding (it happens all the time, right?). Of course you can put “white teeth” in quotations and make sure that phrase shows up in the article, but then you’re restricted to that ordering of the words. Think of all the teeth whitening articles you’ll miss because of the arrangement of the words. That’s where the AROUND() operator comes in. It’ll let you search for things like teeth AROUND(2) white to make sure both words are near each other but not necessarily next to each other or in a specific order. The number you give to AROUND specifies the proximity. A lower number means the words need to be closer together and a higher number means they can be farther apart.
xmas wreath tutorial made of old news paper
tutorial: how to crochet a winter hat.
I can add “Can make hats” to my resume now :)