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Crochet Honeycomb Coasters
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Crochet Honeycomb Coasters

Cute, hexagon shaped crochet coasters resembling honeycombs, this coaster is made of single crochet stitches and double crochet bobbles that provides adequate absorption and protection for your table and countertops. MATERIALS 4 MM Crochet Hook Medium Weight / Worsted Weight Yarn Colours: Natural (YARN A) Light Yellow (YARN B) Darning Needle Scissors DIMENSIONS 6.5 X...

Scrap Yarn Projects: Crochet Oval Frames
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Scrap Yarn Projects: Crochet Oval Frames

An easy DIY project for scrap yarns is to create crochet oval frames. These simple yet charming crocheted frames adds a whimsical touch to your photographs. The finished frame measures 4.5 inches x 3 inches ( L x W ) when using a 3 mm crochet hook and 8 ply/DK acrylic yarn. ROUND 1: Begin...

Realistic Looking Severed Fingers
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Realistic Looking Severed Fingers

These severed fingers look creepy and would make a terrifying halloween prop! The fingers are made of sausages which makes this prop look so realistic. This plate of severed fingers was also used in the Fly Amigurumi teaser video, which you can view below. MATERIALS Sausages Garlic Skin Skewer / Bamboo sticks 1 tbsp. Soy...

Crochet Symbol Charts
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Crochet Symbol Charts

Crochet charts and diagrams contain numbers and symbols in place of texts. Various crochet symbols represent the different stitches used to create a project. Through charts and diagrams, the crocheter can visualize the project being worked on. The charts found below contain some of the most commonly used crochet symbols, their stitch names and abbreviations....

The Uses of Rice Water
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The Uses of Rice Water

Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) is a carbohydrate rich food crop that supplies our bodies with energy and nutrients. They are typically classified as long, medium and short grained. White Rice is one of the most commonly used type of grain used in cooking. Washing the rice several times before cooking removes chemicals, dirt and excess...

Eco-Friendly and Natural Cleaning Agent: VINEGAR
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Eco-Friendly and Natural Cleaning Agent: VINEGAR

A regular inhabitant of kitchen cupboards, Vinegar is an acidic byproduct of fruits and grains that have been fermented to produce the sour tasting ingredient we add to our cooking and pickling. Surprisingly, you can also use vinegar combined with other home essentials to create a natural, eco-friendly cleaning agent. UNCLOG DRAINS Water slowly draining...

Peanut Butter Hacks
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Peanut Butter Hacks That Might Just Come In Handy

This delicious, creamy spread is a common accompaniment to bread, crackers and jellies and is also used as an ingredient in baking, cooking and confectionery creations. They come in different textures, and is a rich source of dietary fiber, Vitamin E, Pantothenic Acid, Folate, Niacin and Vitamin B6. Aside from consumption, we’ve listed down other...