Sandra Fourie
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Tied Drape-Top: Use a no-fray fabric, like modal, no-fray chiffon or polar fleece for a winter version, since is a no sew no fusing, and very quick top to make. Cut a rectangle twice as long as you want your top to be

Tied Drape-Top: Use a no-fray fabric, like modal, no-fray chiffon or polar fleece for a winter version, since is a no sew no fusing, and very quick top to make. Cut a rectangle twice as long as you wa (Diy Ropa Blusas)

This Santa bib will be the perfect way to dress up your baby or toddler for the holidays! The bib is completely handmade with an extra soft and absorbent terry cloth back and a velcro closure. It is large enough for a baby or a toddler - I use these bibs with my almost two year old twins all the time and they are the best! Details: -Generous size perfect for babies and toddler -Measures 9 x 13 -Backed with super thick terry cloth -Machine washable -All fabrics prewashed to minimize sh...

This Santa bib will be the perfect way to dress up your baby or toddler for the holidays! The bib is completely handmade with an extra soft and absorbent terry cloth back and a velcro closure. It is large enough for a baby or a toddler - I use these bibs with my almost two year old twins all the time and they are the best! Details: -Generous size perfect for babies and toddler -Measures 9 x 13 -Backed with super thick terry cloth -Machine washable -All fabrics prewashed to minimize sh...

As Riley is starting to grow out of the things I normally make (baby bibs, hats, crib shoes), I’ve been looking for something new to make for her. I stumbled upon a few skirt tutorials, and it turned out to be just what I was looking for. These skirts are super easy! You can whip …

As Riley is starting to grow out of the things I normally make (baby bibs, hats, crib shoes), I’ve been looking for something new to make for her. I stumbled upon a few skirt tutorials, and it turned out to be just what I was looking for.

Knit-Lucky 4-Leaf Afghan 12" block - my mom used to make these afghans all the time - she learned how from my grandma, but I couldn't get the pattern from either of them - now I can make it!!!

After filling six 65 gallon storage bins with yarn and fabric and realizing that I need more bins, it just might be time for another stash busting blanket project. This is a nice block. - Lucky Afghan Block Free Knit Afghan Square roundup on Moogly!