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I love you papa! I miss you so much! And I wish you are here with me! But I know you are up in heaven with my daddy! I love you so much and I miss you lots! Love, your favorite granddaughter, Zoee

YOGA SEQUENCE: TIGHT HIPS & LOWER BACK PAIN This is targeted to newbies & those who find sitting on the floor challenging & in particular sit at the desk all day. Also great for runners, cyclists, cardio junkies to do something slower & more meditative & just need to stretch 1. WIDE KNEE CHILD POSE Toes together stretch arms forward. Put a block under forehead if bum doesn't touch the heels, every exhale should sink the belly & chest down 2. KNEES TOGETHER CHILD POSE You may initially feel…

YOGA SEQUENCE: TIGHT HIPS & LOWER BACK PAIN This is targeted to newbies & those who find sitting on the floor challenging & in particular sit at the desk all day. Also great for runners, cyclists, cardio junkies to do something slower & more meditative &

Vtg Japan Opalescent Luster Demitasse Tea Cup Saucer Red White Gold

Vtg Japan Opalescent Luster Demitasse Tea Cup Saucer Red White Gold

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Tweens will love this fun DIY and fashion accessory craft idea. Learn to make a turban headband with a pretty crochet bow with an easy photographic step-by-step

If you& new to knitting, this Shifting Colors Dishcloth Scarf is a fun knitting tutorial to use for improving your skills. Instead of being knit in one piece, this scarf uses two different dishcloth patterns to create five knit squares which are s

The way you bind off (or cast off) can add a fabulous finishing touch to your knitting that will give you another reason to look forward to that last row. Lean how to bind off four different ways!

The way you bind off (or cast off) can add a fabulous finishing touch to your knitting that will give you another reason to look forward to that last row. Lean how to bind off four different ways!: standard/stretchy/i-cord/picot

I love this knit stitch. Cast on multiples of 4. Knit all right side (odd) rows. Row 2 and 4: p1k3 across. Row 6 and 8: k2, *p1k3 across to end, end with p1k1. Repeat 8 rows for pattern. Or for Row 6 and 8, start with a k1 and end with p1k2 by Moniboo by clarissa by clarissa

via Knitting- So much yarn, so little time / knit. shift every 3 rows) Cast on multiples of Knit all right side (odd) rows. Row 2 and across. Row 6 and across to end, end with Repeat 8 rows for pattern. Or for Row 6 and start with a and end with