Deborah Hunley
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This is my absolute, most-favorite felted bowl pattern on the planet. Super easy, and super cute! Knitting up one of these would be the perfect start for a newbie. :)

This is my absolute, most-favorite felted bowl pattern on the planet. Super easy, and super cute! Knitting up one of these would be the perfect start for a newbie. :)

Free Knitting Pattern for Felted Pods -Designed by Olivia Sherwood, these small containers are knit top-down in the round, starting with a smallish opening, and increasing regularly at four points.

Free Knitting Pattern for Felted Pods -Designed by Olivia Sherwood, these small containers are knit top-down in the round, starting with a smallish opening, and increasing regularly at four points.

Did you know that tomatoes hate cucumbers? While they might taste great together in a salad, tomato plants actually dislike growing in close proximity to any member of the curcurbit family, which includes cucumbers. Tomatos love carrots and basil, however

Elegantly simple, this top-down raglan cardigan is sure to be a wardrobe staple. Knit seamlessly with an extra-long silhouette, this cardigan shows off a tweedy yarn.

Elegantly simple, this top-down raglan cardigan is sure to be a wardrobe staple. Knit seamlessly with an extra-long silhouette, this cardigan shows off a tweedy yarn.

Palestinian Embroidery While in Beirut I purchased this beautiful wrap from the Association for the development of Palestinian Camps (Inaash) this is a Lebanes social and cultural association founded in 1969 by a group of Lebanese and Palestinian women who foresaw the necessity of preserving the heritage of traditional Palestinian embroidery. It was an initiative that would also bring means of financial support to many needy families in the camps.

Palestinian Embroidery While in Beirut I purchased this beautiful wrap from the Association for the development of Palestinian Camps (Inaash) this is a Lebanes social and cultural association founded in 1969 by a group of Lebanese and Palestinian women who foresaw the necessity of preserving the heritage of traditional Palestinian embroidery. It was an initiative that would also bring means of financial support to many needy families in the camps.