DIY Flat Iron Holder

DIY Flat Iron Holder

– also suitable for curling irons

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Tags:
DIY, crafts, flat iron, curling iron, potholder, creative, hair, straightener

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Miscellaneous Food Ideas

From the sweets’ department, I present to you:

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Doily embossed cookies

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The basketweave stitch pattern

❤ Hi peaches ❤

I’m sorry for the lack of posts, I’ve been away on vacation with my family for over a week and really needed a break from internet, e-mails and basically everything electronic.

I started a new knitting project while I was away and boy am I exited to finish it! 😀
I’m using the basketweave stitch pattern which is so cute, has the nicest texture AND is so easy to do.
Win/win!

It looks great when used as a pattern for dish cloths, wash cloths and tea towels.
Just remember to use yarn made from 100% cotton.

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The pattern looks like this:

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The pattern is really easy, you only need to knit and purl.
If you’re new at knitting, I advice you to have a look at my post on Knitting abbreviations and my post on How to purl, as this might help you.

As I knit, I write down the rows I’ve done, otherwise I can’t keep track
and end up missing a row (or four…).

Happy knitting! 

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XOXO
Frida

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Keywords:
knitting, basketweave, stitch, purl, knit, pattern, yarn work, creative, DIY, crafts

22 things creative people do differently

 

This is so true 🙂

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1.
They get inspired at the least expected moment.
They can’t decide when the next big idea will come.
It just will, in the least expected way, at the least expected moment.

2.
They daydream. A lot.
They are here, but they’re not. They can fly away with their mind at any given moment during a conversation. 
Don’t be mad at them, it’s just the way they are.

3.
They get easily bored.

They need to stay stimulated in order to stay active. They won’t focus on something they don’t like.
Call them ADHD or whatever you like, this is just part of their genius.

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