Monthly Archives: November 2011

Fixing Your Knitting Mistakes – Dropped Stitch Rescue


Rating: 4
Hello fellow knitters! This video will give you instruction on how to repair a dropped stitch in your knitting. You will need a safety pin and a crochet hook to work this method. For more knitting and crochet videos, check out my channel. For all things knitting and crochet, visit fastfallingfeathers.blogspot.com

Dishcloth – Cast on, knit stitch, yarn overs. Part 1


Rating: 4
Part 1 – Made for my friend Kelly, to teach her how to use the long tail cast on, the basic knit stitch, and yarn overs, to knit a cotton dishcloth diagonally.

Short-Rowed Baby Hat 1 of 2


Rating: 5
Machine knit a baby hat, knitted sideways with a short-row shaped crown. By Diana Sullivan. More information, tips, free patterns, at blog diananatters.blogspot.com

Knit a Moebius or Infinity Scarf – Knitting Daily TV 303 with Adina Klein


Rating: 4
In Knitting Daily Episode 303 we explore reversible garments that look great on both sides of the work, showing the same clean, finished fabric no matter how you wear it. Adina Klein from Tahki Stacy Charles joins Shay to demonstrate the reversible mobius pattern a simple, yet stylish design for all occasions using a “faggot lace” technique. Download the free moebius pattern online at www.KnittingDailyTV.com

Viking Knit stitch mechanics


Rating: 4
This video shows you how to make Viking Knit wirework in miniature, using a blunt tapestry needle. . This is the correct working orientation to achieve consistent results for the self-tensioning even loops of standard Viking Knit. I have been researching this construction method and the crucial thing is the direction of the work; it enables you to hold the cord vertically, out of the way, while taking the next loop. In this way the stitches become compact and uniform.

Twisted Knit Stitch – Loom Knitting Knifty Knitter


Rating: 4
This is how to do the twisted knit stitch.

Sensational- Start 2 Finish weaving system

weaving


Rating: 4

Pic Tutorial (kinda:-): Partial Sew-In Weave w/ Spanish Wave (Synthetic)

weaving


Rating: 4

Before & After Sew-N-Weave $150 in Atlanta!! 678-754-3196 Pt. 1

weaving


Rating: 4

Poi Spinning Video: The Anti-Spin Weave (Advanced)

weaving


Rating: 4

Racor PXR-R Gravity Freestanding X-Rack Sports Storage Rack

ball holder

Racor PXR-R Gravity Freestanding X-Rack Sports Storage Rack

  • Sports equipment storage rack
  • For storing and organizing a variety of sports equipment
  • Unique design lends itself to throwing and stuffing–encourages cleanup
  • 4 levels of storage for balls, bats, shoes, skates, etc.
  • Powder-coated steel tubing, nylon nets; 58-by-35-by-16-inches (height by width by depth)

Racor PXR-R Gravity Freestanding X-Rack Sports Storage Rack
List Price: $79.99
Your Price: $74.95- Racor PXR-R Gravity Freestanding X-Rack Sports Storage Rack

If you have kids, the sight of basketballs, soccer balls, and baseball bats strewn about the yard or house is probably familiar to you. Use Racor Pro’s X-Rack to reclaim a sense of order and tranquility in your home. The unique design will encourage cleanup, as kids will find it hard to resist shooting their equipment into the nylon nets. Includes a shoe rack and wire basket along with the two nets, and side-hooks may be used for storing bats, hockey sticks, and so on. Sets up in minutes.–Josh Dettweiler

What’s in the Box
Rack, 2 nylon nets, wire rack, shoe rack

Wood Cobra Crystal Ball Stand

ball holder

Wood Cobra Crystal Ball Stand

Wood Cobra Crystal Ball Stand
List Price: $19.95
Your Price: $19.75- Wood Cobra Crystal Ball Stand

Carved of one piece of wood so as to not present any seams, this piece is perfect for holding your favorite divination tool or even just serving to turn your crystal ball in a delightful decoration around the house. Carved into a likeness of serpents tangled in and out of each other, it sits loose, folding up on itself to approximately 3″ in diameter and then unfolds to a shorter, wider stand for holding your crystal balls. Once unfolded, it measures approximately 6″ in diameter and 3 3/4″ tall and are capable of holding anything from an 80 mm to a 200 mm crystal ball.

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