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Knitting & Crocheting Resource Links
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Topic: Knitting & Crocheting Resource Links
Posted: 11 May 2008 at 8:35pm
Originally compiled by Linnea and SamanthaM
Wool Care, Dyeing Wool, Knitting and Crocheting Wool Covers
This list compiles links to patterns and resources for knitting, crocheting, and sewing all kinds of wool soakers, longies, recycled pants, wraps, and more!
This site has LOTS of information on knitting and crocheting your own wool soakers, patterns, how-to dye wool, care for wool and more! Most the links I would give are listed there already.
This is a discussion/email group for moms (grandma's and others, too!) that knit or crochet wool diaper covers.
How to dye wool with Kool-aid
Color chart on what flavors of Kool-aid make what color wool! You need to likely save the picture to your computer and then zoom-in to view the words clearly.
Knitting: General Links of Interest
More wool dyeing links:
Knitting Patterns for Soakers, Longies, Etc
free resources only
Crochet Patterns for Soakers, Longies, Etc
http://www.knittinghelp.com (click on the free patterns tab)
Edited by sunnymom - 04 Jun 2010 at 11:19pm
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|Post Options Quote Reply Posted: 06 May 2010 at 10:17pm|
Wow! Thanks for posting this. I JUST decided that I wanted to learn to knit so that I can make wool covers. This will be a great start.
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