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How to Make an Argyle Fleece Throw

How to Make an Argyle Fleece Throw

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Check out this excerpt from my new book, Dorm Decor. This low-sew throw gives new meaning to the phrase “college sweater-vest.”

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Zebra Fleece Hand Tied Blanket

Zebra Fleece Hand Tied Blanket

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This is a 50X60 fleece hand tied blanket. It can be personalized with any solid color other than lime green.

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Crocheted throw in greens

Crocheted throw in greens

I  made this throw to match my living room set. I don't remember the type of yarn, but it was a pain to work with. I do like how it gradually changed the shades of green. I didn't want it to be...

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How a throw can yield a scarf

How a throw can yield a scarf

Step 1: Gather old t-shirts, promotional tote bags, textile tamale packaging, cloth napkins... Step 2: Sew together in a not-so-thought-out patchwork Step 3: Trim two panels down to the same size to...

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Book Giveaway - Dorm Decor: Remake Your Space with More Than 35 Projects

Book Giveaway - Dorm Decor: Remake Your Space with More Than 35 Projects

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Leave your comment here to win a copy of "Dorm Decor" by Theresa Gonzalez and CraftStylish editor Nicole Smith.

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SOLD: Multi Color Rectangular Hand Crocheted Fabric Rag Rug

SOLD: Multi Color Rectangular Hand Crocheted Fabric Rag Rug

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THIS HAND CROCHETED COTTON FABRIC RUG MEASUREMENTS  38" X 25". Sold!  :) (All rag rugs are shipped individually).COLORS:  PINK, YELLOW, GREEN, BLUE AND PURPLE.

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How to Make a Log Cabin Throw

How to Make a Log Cabin Throw

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This easy how-to explores the basics of modular knitting in the ultimate take-along project. The log cabin throw is fun to knit, and because it is made one square at a time, you'll have a satisfying sense of accomplishment with every square that you complete. Before you know it, you will have enough squares to complete the throw. This is a great portable project you can take to the kid’s ball game, doctor’s office, or on your next road trip.

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