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A step-by-step tutorial on how to knit neat edges for beginners. 4 techniques and knitting tips for instant result - video included.
Gabi Zawadzki saved to sticken
Rocky Hedge Farm is a blog that shares inspiration from flower gardening to easy recipes cooked in cast iron cookware to home renovations on our double-wide manufactured home. This blog has something for everyone who values a simpler way of life.
Luiz Felipe Sarrazin saved to casas
I’ve tried many different yarn storage systems over the years. Shelving in my craft space, baskets by my bed, laundry baskets in my closet, and rubbermaid bins to name a few. All of these resulted in piles of tangled yarn and it was impossible to find what I needed, when I needed it. It was time …
Barbara Hauser saved to yarn storage
Charming, fun, and yet just the right amount of salty, curse words from the 1950s have a certain extra somethin' that many modern day insults seem to lack. Our four letter words and other caustic phrases get the point across, and they certainly have…
Kelly Mabrier saved to Things for My Wall
If you want to organize your closet, we found all the best tips, tricks, and hacks out there. From uniform hangers to DIY clothing racks, see them now!
Sarah Castlen saved to House
Not sure what to do with empty pill bottles? We share 30 brilliant tips and crafts to reuse, recycle and old pill bottles.
Carmen Borges saved to Good info
Does ADHD cause kids and adults to be messy? Read about the connection between ADHD and messiness, and what helps people with ADHD keep things neat.
Lynn Gleason saved to baby stuff
Love having a clean house? Don't spend all day cleaning. Use these ingenious house cleaning tips to make the job quick, easy, and effective!
Janie Morgan saved to Cleaning
Upcycling pill bottles for craft projects are a great way to recycle and reuse them. Find inspiration to get those creative juices flowing.
Dietrich Dietrich saved to Rose Crochet pattern
I was dealing with how to let go of my kids' art work and decided to do a little research about why we become so attached to our personal sentimental items. Here's what some of the experts say and what decisions I made to deal with all the piles.
Michelle Stoothoff saved to Clutter Control