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Time for free pattern Friday once again and this week there are lots of free patterns for all to enjoy including some for crochet, knitting, sewing, embroidery, jewelry making, quilting, paper crafts and many more.
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We all have our holiday traditions. And if you're a crafter, one of yours probably involves looking at the calendar in early December and making a horrified shriek as you realize how much you have to get done before the holidays and how unlikely you are to accomplish it all.
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Clayton Stairs/Times Frances Bargiel, right, presents a hand-made afghan she calls a 'lap robe' to Prince George Healthcare patient Barbara High Wednesday.
"Nothing like thinking about what you make and why you make it all the time to convince yourself it's your profession," says Lisa Solomon .
Many times in the course of the 10 years I have written the By Hand column readers have emailed asking for suggestions on how to dispose of a loved one's collection of vintage books, magazines and booklets pertaining to needlework, and stashes of yarn and the tools of needlework such as knitting needles and crochet hooks, fabric, embroidery ... (more)
Let's face it, we live in a high tech, high stress, fast paced world. The holiday gives us a chance to separate ourselves from that world and allows us to temporarily step back into a slower, less stressful time and place we can enjoy with our families.
Arne and Carlos bring a little outside in: 36 projects inspired by flowers, butterflies, birds and bees in the latest book of their creations, " Knit-and-Crochet-Garden ".
Do you like to sew? Perhaps you tried crocheting as a child but never liked it. It could be that Aunt Grace tried to teach you how to hem handkerchiefs but you never caught on.
The man who broke into an 87-year-old woman's Jessup home and stole crocheted items to cover the cut he suffered while entering through a back window turned himself in to police Wednesday.
Food for Fines Manteno Public Library will accept Food for Fines this Holiday Season, from Friday, November 29, through Friday, December 20. The library will subtract $1 from each person's overdue fines for every non-expired, non-perishable food item donated.
Knots of Love founder Christine Fabiani, 15 Knots of Love volunteers and a few city employees gathered to "yarn bomb" the Civic Center Park on Dec. 1. The group covered eight trees, eight statues and a bus stop with crocheted yarn.
Facing cancer is a frightening challenge, and a local group of volunteers have been working for nearly a year to help cancer patients in their difficult time by making prayer shawls.
Day 7 of the 12 days of DIY gifts to make presents another chunky slouchy hat to whip up for those who need something fast.
Time is running out if you have not completed your shopping for this holiday season.
Archival photos show how Vancouverites of yesteryear weren't much better prepared for snow than they are today.