DIY Two Tutorials for the Bina Brianca Wrap. It can be worn as a scarf, cardigan, poncho, blouse, shrug, stole, turtleneck, shoulder scarf, back wrap, etc.
Today I am in a mood of making a blouse so, searched for blouse patterns through the internet. I found so many interestinng DIY projects. This one catch my eyes so fast so I thought I should share it here. This post has 30 DIY Tops & Blouses Ideas which you can try. You can read the full post HERE.
Long sleeve blouses are old fashioned. But what if you still love that good old blouse so much? Then recycling is a way to keep your loving blouse with you for some time. This creative idea is from My fashion Sketch Book blog. This site has many more ideas on recycling old dresses. Read the full post from This Link.
If you have some spare time left with some silk fabric then this project will make your day. This beautiful silk blouse can be made with only 1 yard of fabric however, you need some sewing experience to sew this blouse as silk fabric is hard to sew. You can dress up or down this simple but elegant blouse on any occasion. Need I say more explanations? You can find the pattern with tutorial HERE.
This knitted baby bow hat pattern is shared by twenty something granny and it’s so easy to make this cute little hat. Without further ado HERE is the tutorial.
P.S. Sometimes I write very short descriptions as my son doesn’t allow me to work on my computer. I am in a breast feeding jail. Sorry. 🙂
Oh, knitted blanket. I’ve had no time to make knitted baby blankets as I was busy with making crocheted blanket for my cute one. It took everybody’s attention when I was in the deliver room. Well, my next blanket project will be a knitting project if (only IF) I get pregnant again. I have no idea on having another baby as I don’t like to split my love with two children :). However, if you are expecting another, this tutorial might help you to make your next baby blanket for your little one.
HERE is the tutorial.
After a long time I saw incredibly cute baby sandals which are crocheted from ashleemarie.com. These sandals are a perfect fit for my baby boy so, I am definitely gonna try making one or two of them. But, unfortunately I may not be able to get that incredible look as we are stuck with only one type of yarn in our country. Worsted weigh yarn which sucks.
However, I thought I should share the post here. You can read the original post HERE.
Today I am bringing you a list of Granny Squares you should try making. Crochet motifs are the base of many crochet afghans. Granny squares are a kind of motifs which are traditional and colorful. When combined together, they look amazing. Here are 10 granny square patterns you should try making.