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Daily Update

I have decided to shorten the daily update a little bit and will make an attempt to add other featured stuff, as well as the daily crochet pattern and bead sheet, from the site every few days and perhaps thoughts for the day, little tidbits of what is taking up my time so you will know why I haven't been adding brand new stuff to the site in a while.

What am I Doing?

I think I am done adding back to the site the pages that have been missing. If you think there are more missing pages, I want to hear about it! Just let me know by clicking on the Contact Us button. I won't know unless you tell me.

Featured Pattern

Today's Featured Pattern

This pattern is Free on September 25th only!

This potholder works better after it has been washed and dried in the dryer. It is made with 2 strands of cotton yarn held together throughout the pattern.

Double This Oval Potholder

Featured Bead Sheet

Today's Featured Bead Sheet

This bead sheet is Not free.

Beads made from this bead sheet would be great for Easter and spring jewelry designs! They would be pretty combined with pearls or white, pink and crystal beads.

Dogwood Kaleidoscope

Chenille Bump Stitch

Today's Stitch

This is a stitch that I made up on my own. It may exist already but I have never seen it before.

Read about it here!

Paper Cutting Tools

Today's Project

This page explains the various cutting tools I use to cut my paper for making paper beads.

Paper Cutting Tools

This Week's Tip

Rotary Cutting Paper Bead Strips & Fabric

If you use a rotary cutter, quilt ruler and cutting mat to cut your paper into strips for making paper beads, add a 4-5 pound weight to the top of your ruler to help keep it's place while using the rotary cutter. The weight will help keep the ruler in place. I also use mine when I am cutting fabric!

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