Marie Sorensen
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pattern is free...amount shown is COST for YARN....scroll down for FREE pattern.......Crochet DROPS bikini with fan edge in ”Safran”. Size: XS - XL. ~ DROPS Design

pattern is free...amount shown is COST for YARN....scroll down for FREE pattern.......Crochet DROPS bikini with fan edge in ”Safran”. Size: XS - XL. ~ DROPS Design

The Teahouse, Oregon, tiny house, (236 sq ft). Designed and converted from an old shed by architect, Pietro Belluschi in 1947, restored 2011 by Antony Belluschi.

The Teahouse, Oregon, tiny house, (236 sq ft). Designed and converted from an old shed by architect, Pietro Belluschi in 1947, restored 2011 by Antony Belluschi.

How do you get long curved knot lines with no breaks? Introduce a new piece of rope! Cutting the length is much more simple once you have all your rope up on the loom. I'm creating a layered piece today so I have the back layer attached to my dowel with larks head knots. The second layer hangs from the dowel by two sections of rope joined with a square knot in the centre. This gives me a nice natural curve to hang more rope from! Because I want a smooth evenly spaced second layer I'm going…

How do you get long curved knot lines with no breaks? Introduce a new piece of rope! Cutting the length is much more simple once you have all your rope up on the loom. I'm creating a layered piece today so I have the back layer attached to my dowel with larks head knots. The second layer hangs from the dowel by two sections of rope joined with a square knot in the centre. This gives me a nice natural curve to hang more rope from! Because I want a smooth evenly spaced second layer I'm going…

Smoothie bowls have been filing my Instagram and Pinterest feed the last few months, and after trying a one I know why. It’s a really fun way to get my girls to fill up on fruits and veggies at breakfast – and they love decorating their own before digging in.

Smoothie bowls have been filing my Instagram and Pinterest feed the last few months, and after trying a one I know why. It’s a really fun way to get my girls to fill up on fruits and veggies at breakfast – and they love decorating their own before digging in.