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    martas yarns has wool, knitting patterns, australian hand dyed yarns, mohair and silks with knitting needles, free patterns and exoctic yarn...

  • Terri Magalhaes

    Step by Step Arm knitting tutorial. This is not a video, but written instructions.

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step by step how to crochet - I know all this, but she breaks it down so well I thought I'd pin for when I try to teach people!

Make your Own Disinfecting Wipes

  • Ethelene Blair

    Supplies Needed: Pine Sol Sturdy paper towels Water Glad or Ziplock Container that is large enough to fit part of a paper towel roll in Serrated Knife Something to cut a 1/2″ hole through plastic Measuring cups Bowl 1. Cut your paper towel role length wise so it will fit nicely in the plastic container you’ve selected. I used a large serrated knife and it cut through the paper towels just fine! 2. Next you will need to cut a hole in the top of the plastic lid so you can easily pull the paper towels or should I say, disinfecting wipes, out. I asked my husband for a 1/2″ drill bit and used that. But because the plastic you are cutting through is so thin, I think a knife or even sharp scissors will work just as well. Just be careful and use a cutting board. 3. Mix your solution.Disinfectant Cleaning Recipe 1/4 – 1/2 cup of pine cleaning solution such as Pine Sol 2 1/2 – 2 3/4 cup of water 4. Once you have your solution mixed and your paper towel roll set in the plastic container, pour the solution over the paper towels. Put the lid back on the plastic container and allow them to sit overnight. 5. Once the towels have sat overnight, then the cardboard tube in the center of the paper towel roll should easily come out 6. Carefully pull the end of the paper towels from the inside, where the cardboard roll had been. Thread the end of the towels through the hole in the lid, and replace the lid. TA DA! You know have your own household cleaning wipes.

  • Ethelene Blair

    Supplies Needed: Pine Sol Sturdy paper towels Water Glad or Ziplock Container that is large enough to fit part of a paper towel roll in Serrated Knife Something to cut a 1/2″ hole through plastic Measuring cups Bowl 1. Cut your paper towel role length wise so it will fit nicely in the plastic container you’ve selected. I used a large serrated knife and it cut through the paper towels just fine! 2. Next you will need to cut a hole in the top of the plastic lid so you can easily pull the paper towels or should I say, disinfecting wipes, out. I asked my husband for a 1/2″ drill bit and used that. But because the plastic you are cutting through is so thin, I think a knife or even sharp scissors will work just as well. Just be careful and use a cutting board. 3. Mix your solution.Disinfectant Cleaning Recipe 1/4 – 1/2 cup of pine cleaning solution such as Pine Sol 2 1/2 – 2 3/4 cup of water 4. Once you have your solution mixed and your paper towel roll set in the plastic container, pour the solution over the paper towels. Put the lid back on the plastic container and allow them to sit overnight. 5. Once the towels have sat overnight, then the cardboard tube in the center of the paper towel roll should easily come out 6. Carefully pull the end of the paper towels from the inside, where the cardboard roll had been. Thread the end of the towels through the hole in the lid, and replace the lid. TA DA! You know have your own household cleaning wipes.

Arm knitting . . . this looks like it would make an amazingly comfy blanket. I know what everyone is getting for xmas this year!

Ok, this its going with the crochet stuff because I don't knit, but this looks doable so I want to try.

Knit a quick chunky cowl with your arms and no needles! Watch the how-to video on Simply Maggie. Great for Wool-Ease Thick Quick yarn.

Want to try this!!! ~ "arm knit" scarf tutorial from simplymaggie.com

This Lovely Little Day: Arm Knitting: The Easiest DIY! -- a USEFUL DIY. The other ones were colossally unhelpful.