Knitting: The Rose Stitch

An easy knit and purl stitch which makes a nice rose bush grid-looking finish
– like when roses grow by a wall and they form this grid with the branches up the wall? ;)

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The Rose Stitch

Rose knit stitch

©Fridas Peach

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If you’re not familiar with “k1 in st one row below”, here’s a video that shows how to do it:
K1 below by Leisure Arts, Inc.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask :)

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knit, purl, stitch, pattern, how to, yarn work, crafts, rose

Bite-sized peanut butter pies

Bite-sized peanut butter pies

from Inspired by Charm

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Find the recipe and full instructions over at Inspired by Charm :)

(Pssst! He has so many other great recipes and DIYs too!)

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food, sweets, peanut butter, pie, recipe, how to, chocolate

Macrame plant hangers

Hi peaches :)

I’m sorry about the silence on the blog.
I haven’t felt like blogging for some time now, but I haven’t felt like cutting it off either and the result was a break. I hope you can live with that.

Now to the point of today’s post:
I’m crazy about plants and even more crazy about hanging plants!

The macrame style has taken over in Blogger Land and I’m most definitely surfing the wave of macrame plant hangers as well – when I move in to my new apartment that is…
As it is right now, I’m not hanging anything on my ceilings. Instead I’m packing my life into boxes.
Preparing to move into a new place is hard work :P

But I’m planning on how and where to hang my macrame plant hangers at my new place :)
Planning and dreaming…

Am thinking something like this:

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Sources will be visible upon clicking the images

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You can actually make macrame plant hangers yourself!

Here’s two DIYs with easy-to-follow instructions:

Chi Chi Dee Handmade  |  Skinny la Minx Blog

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XOXO
Frida

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Tags:
macrame, plants, DIY, crafts, home, decor, interior