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from Offbeat Home & Life

5 no-cost ways to update and refresh your home right now

5 no-cost ways to update and refresh your home right now | Offbeat Home

from Craftsy

Fisherman's Wife Cowl by Kalurah Hudson Knit Kit

Soft and plush, this is the perfect accessory for the cold winter months. Yarn and pattern included!

from Craftsy

Trufa by Corrina Ferguson Knit Shawl Kit

Wrap yourself in silky elegance with the Trufa shawl. Made from just two supple skeins of Manos Serena, this shawl works up quickly and beautifully, making it a perfect gift for any time of year. Yarn and pattern included!

from Patternworks

PatternWorks Sixshelf Yarn And Craft OrganiZer

SIX-SHELF YARN AND CRAFT ORGANIZER #900384 from Patternworks. The side pockets are a nice touch.

This REALLY helps prevent having to weave in ends. If I need to keep track of How many skeins I have used, I leave a small tuft out. Until after I have washed it, then I tug slightly, trim and stretch the fabric to tuck the tail back in! Excellent idea - great for striped blankets!

from BuzzFeed

36 Genius Ways To Hide The Eyesores In Your Home

Great organizing tips and ideas to hide things we use everyday but consider them an eyesore. Esthetics over function lol in these tutorials.

Variation of Old Shale stitch. M1 instead of YO makes the pattern more dense and not so lacy, I've discovered.

from Offbeat Home & Life

How to refinish a hardwood floor -- the complete manifesto

How to refinish a hardwood floor — the complete manifesto | Offbeat Home

Pooling, like a boss! Swatch on US6 and 81 stitches to get this particular argyle. Check out this lady's Ravelry project page - she is the mistress of pooling!

from Cocoknits

No More Estimating Tail Length for a Long Tail CO

No more estimating tail length for a long tail CO. From Coco Knits. This is genius

from The DIY Village

10 Tips for Winterizing Your Home

10 tips for winterizing your home that should make sure that you're household is ready for the cold season!

I had been doing it BACKWARDS! ("Slip the first stitch" will not get you this, sadly.) "How To Knit a Neat Selvage." Knit to the *LAST" stitch of each row and bring the yarn FORWARD BEFORE slipping it. The result resembles a line of knit stitches running up the side of the piece, not unlike a bound-off edge. Perfect for the top of a rotated slipper, or for stitches to be picked up later.