Old Sheets Become A New Rug

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Old sheets become a new rugDescription: Turn old sheets into a rug using this tutorial. The sheets are cut into strips and then knit into a beautiful new accessory. If you would rather use new fabrics, just make sure your purchases are similar in weight to sheets.

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Knitted Neck Scarf

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knitted neck scarfDescription: This scarf will provide you with a way to stay warm, while still looking elegant and sophisticated.

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Knit Owl Tutorial

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Knit Owl TutorialDescription : The wonderful thing about this tutorial is that it comes from The Purl Bee, one of my favorite blogs for knitting and sewing ideas.

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DIY Knit Wall Clock

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DIY Knit Wall ClockDescription: This clock looks complicated to me, but ac­c­ord­ing to the de­sign­er, it’s ac­tu­al­ly quite easy.

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Free Knit Purse Pattern

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Description : Make a stylish pocketbook with this Free Knit Purse Pattern.

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Free Thigh High Footless Socks Pattern

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Free Thigh High Footless Socks PatternDescription: This Free Thigh High Footless Sock Pattern is much easier to master than a regular sock pattern.

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Knit A Blanket To Benefit Japan

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knit a blanket to benefit japan

As the world is still reeling from the tragedy that  struck Japan, crafters are gearing up to raise money to benefit the people of that country. 

The generous staff over at Mason-Dixon Knitting has  done their part by designing a wonderful new knit blanket pattern, the proceeds of which will be donated to help out Japan Relief. 

The pattern is called The Mitered Crossed Blanket and sections of it are pictured above and below.  Because the blanket was designed in response to the crisis and not preplanned, there is no completed photo to post. Additional photos will be added to the website as more sections are completed.

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If knitting is your thing, please click right over to Ravelry and go make your purchase right away. The cost is $5.00 and your contribution will help, in a small way, to normalize the lives of the Japanese people.

If we, as craftsman, each do what we can, we can begin to make the lives of the Japanese people a little easier to bear.

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