How To Make Money From Knitting Or Crochet

Knitting For Profit Ebook

A fascinating New Book That Shows Step-by-step Ways to make Money From Knitting Or Crochet. Ideal for Home-based Business And Work-at-home Mums, And Discovering how to Turn A Hobby Into Real money Income! Using this Detailed Breakthrough Information You'll Know How To: Start a Successful knitting business. It's a fact 95% of people who start a home based business fail within the first year. You will understand how to be in the successful 5% group and continue making money from your knitting business permanently. Benefit from your knitting even when you have no idea what to sell. If you've ever wanted to knit products that sell extremely well, but simply dont know What products to create or whether they will sell or not, then don't worry. Indeed this strategy teach you what knitted products will sell well with many, many real examples, but you'll also learn more than a dozen ways to fire up your knitterpreneur creativity and accelerate your ability to create knitted products that will truly sell. Earn money from your knitt. Continue reading...

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Crochet Made Easy

Instructional E-book, Showing photographs And Teaching Beginners How To Crochet. Step By Step Instructions From How To Hold A Hook, Up To Creating Your First Project. Tips On Caring For Your Crochet, Altering The Finished Size And Tension Of Your Item. Even if you`re a beginner with no experience at all, you will master this skill and impress yourself as well as your friends with your new talent in no time. Imagine making unique gifts especially suited to your friends taste. Something you can`t just pick up in one of the chain stores. What every beginner needs is a guide that explains in plain simple english, with step by step instructions, how to get started, form stitches, reading patterns, tools and supplies, and terms and abbreviations. Beginner books are hard to come by. However if you know what information to look for and that information is presented in easy-to-understand simple common everyday form, even with no prior experience the beginner soon becomes proficient. Continue reading...

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Using a jig

Wire Jig Patterns

As there ere a number of different styles and types of jig on the market, you may find that you have to adjust the patterns in this book slightly. I suggest that, before you attempt any of the ig projects, you place your pegs as directed and then wrap o piece of cord or string approximately the same gauge os the wire thot will be used around the pegs, following the pattern. Measure the amount of cord or string that you have used so thot you know how much wire you will need to make the project,...

Beading With Hekking80ne Stitch

Herringbone Stitch Beading

You lt an play with thread paths lo reale different looks. II you go down through one head and up through two eat h lime, your lube will lean and begin lo spiral. You c an go down through . and up through 1 to spiral in the other direction. Most beaded items require more than one needleful of thread So, wiien your Ihread gets down lo ahoul -I im lies, it's time lo lie off,the old and add a new thread, The first time you add new thread, you ran also lie off the tail iilter vou've tied oil your...

Peyote Stitch

Peyote Stitch Tubes With Bicone

The backs of the crystal stones are encased with 15 seed beads in decreasing peyote stitch. A dazzling display of captured crystals catches the eye The backs of the crystal stones are encased with 15 seed beads in decreasing peyote stitch. Marquise navettes act as spacers between bezel-set crystal stones in a variety of shapes. A whimsical toggle completes the bracelet. 1 On l Vi yd. 1.4 in of Firclinc, pick up 36 l 9 cylinder beads for a 14 mm or 38 cylinders for a 60ss round Icntelle, and tie...

Open Round Chain Mail

Knitted Chainmail Pattern

Lift up on the string so that the rings hang down. Gather the 3 rings hanging farthest down and link them 2 by 2. where they meet, with 3 red rings. Repeat step 3 continuously. Always link the rings most recently added. 1. Join 2 blue to 1 red to 2 blue to 1 red to 2 blue into 1 red ring. It is important that all the rings of the same color lie the same way 2. Lay the rings on the work surface and thread a string or wire loosely through the uppermost blue rings Round chain mail silver...

Medicine bags

Peyote Bead Patterns Rose

Jennifer Clement developed a series of unique mandala designs for her amulet bags. Each one appears, at first glance, to be a snowflake. But when you look closer, they are actually representational images. Besides the four designs that are re-created here, she has many others available through her bead store. Read on to learn about her methods for making her bogs. I've been a header since I was a child. During the late '60s when beads were really In, my parents bought me a bead loom. I didn't...

Two threedrop peyote bracelet

Peyote Triangular Patterns

Combining different sizes and types of beads can be a fun way to make an interesting item. For this bracelet, make use of two- and three-drop peyote to showcase Miyuki square beads in a band of Delicas. The square beads are the same size as a three-drop peyote stitch. Work single peyote around the square. Then, to add more textural interest, use two-drop peyote on the outer edge of the bracelet. If you want to add more contrast, you can use different color Delicas to frame the square bead. This...

Bead around the bead

Beading With Spike Beads

20mm round wooden bead Japanese cylinder beads, 5gm each of three colors gold silver-lined copper, matte black matte gold, and ivory alabaster Nymo B or 0 beading thread, black beading needle, 10 or 12 beeswax or Thread Heaven black indelible marker or color to match main color bead 20mm round wooden bead Japanese cylinder beads, 5gm each of three colors gold silver-lined copper, matte black matte gold, and ivory alabaster Nymo B or 0 beading thread, black beading needle, 10 or 12 beeswax or...

Twisted Tubular Herringbone Stitch

Nylon Thread Knitting Seed Bead Necklace

Combine bicone crystals with smaller seed beads for a herringbone rope that twists and turns Take a basic twisted herringbone rope, add some crystals, and create a dazzling necklace that spins and spirals around your neck. Discover your own special seed bead and crystal color combination, or use contrasting colors to distinguish the different textures and emphasize the spiral. 1 On a comfortable length of Fireline, pick up four color C 8 seed beads, and sew through the four Cs again, leaving a...

Wire Crochet

Crystal Crossweave Braceelt

Wire crochet jewelry gives the impression of crystals suspended in midair. The sparkle of gold-tone wire sets off the glitter of large cube, round, and bicone crystals. 1 Unwind l yd. .9 m of craft wire, leaving it attached to the spool. To remove the curl from the wire, gently pull the wire between your thumb and index finger. Avoid bending the wire. 2 String the 8 mm cubes on the wire. 3 Loop the wire around the crochet hook 6 in. 15 cm from the end of the wire. Cross the tail end over the...

Ruffled brooch

Bead Ruffle Stitch Cabochon

In 1995, Wendy Ellsworth experienced a creative breakthrough with her SeaForm Series of undulating, intensely ruffled peyote stitch organic vessels see p. 89 for vessel instructions . I began setting a variety of different cabochons in the center of my SeaForm vessels by beading a gourd stitch bezel to hold them in place and then surrounding them with a wild ruffle. Soon I realized that with the same idea, I could create a snappy little pin or pendant, a miniature SeaForm that was both...

Tubular Beaded Crochet

Stringing Beads For Tubular Crochet

Tubular beaded crochet is one of the simplest techniques to master for anyone who likes to crochet. The tube is made of slip stitches that spiral up. forming a cord, while the beads are simply held at the base of the thread before each loop is pulled through to complete the slip stitch. By varying the types and sizes of beads, or the thread thickness, you can create many different effects. The thicker the thread used in relation to the bead size, the more space will show up between the beads....

Huichol bracelet

The Huichol Indians of Mexico have developed a distinctive style of beadweaving that produces intricate, symmetrical designs through a two-needle netting technique. While many netting Huichol designs are stitched with tiny size 159 beads, this simpler version is worked in size 110 beads. The bracelet s stitched portion is 6Vi in. 16cm long with 12 design repeats. Add or remove complete design units to change the size. To substitute 15V beads for the 1 lrs, use finer thread and stitch more...

Getting Started With Viking Knit

Viking Knitting Patterns

Turn the next two startup petals toward you and make another stitch identical to the first. Tighten the wire a little between them. Continue this way until all the startup petals have been stitched together. Try to keep the spaces between stitches even. Startup bundle for single knit, double-knit, and triple knit Set the mandrel upright in the vise. The notch should be to the left if you are right handed, or the opposite if you're left-handed. It's a good idea to make the startup bundle in a...

Daisy chain bracelet

Jump Ring Silver Chains

Opening and closing jump rings, page 22 simple hooks, page 20 31 assorted-color anodized aluminum 14-gauge 7 is 1.1cm ID jump rings 7 single-color anodized aluminum 18-gauge 5V 8mm ID jump rings 1. Separate the 14g jump rings into piles of 3 same-color rings. Each daisy is made up of 3 jump rings. 2. From the first pile, open 1 jump ring, pass through 1 ring, and close ring. Open the third ring and thread it through the eye where the 2 previous rings are joined, being sure to pass through both....

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