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Small restaurant owners can design and create spectacular menu covers within budget.
For owners starting a restaurant, create menu covers that look professionally designed and printed. This...
One of the most essential parts of baking cupcakes is the papers they go in. Buying cupcake liners can get pricey pretty quickly, so why not wrap up those cupcakes the DIY way?
Below are some...
Start with a circle. Then add some yarn to make an accessory that will warm your neck and dress up your outfit.
I love to make inifinty scarfs, mainly becasue I love wearing them, and they can add a simple touch to your everyday outfit. Check it out on etsy...
These scarfs are great for summer! I used a light weight cotton and stamped them with a handmade custom stamp.
Keep warm with this designer-inspired accessory from SewStylish Fall Fashion 2010.
Get ready for the cool weather by knitting up this ingenious scarf-mitten combo. This simple, chic accessory needs only a couple of balls of yarn and couldn’t be easier.
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I have been playing around with switching colors without knots while working in rounds. I don't know why, but it always intimidated me. I think I did a good job on this set.
Most of the knitters I know have an enormous stash of fabulous yarn. That's why I love this trendy, furry, knit scarf: not only does it make great use of all your overflowing single skeins, but the yarn variations make the simple stitches of this pattern look like it was made by a pro.
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