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This no-sew tutorial for Fall from Craftbits.com shows you how to make a pumpkin using upcycled knits. A great recycling project for those old sweaters for a keepsake as well!
Melissa, on ThriftyFun, shows you how to crochet a skull cap for the man in your life.
image from ThrifyFun
Create this cute set of coasters while practicing some easy colorwork. Each coaster is knit in one piece using simple slip stitches and is thick enough to protect your table from both hot and cold beverages. Perfect for gift-giving, the set can be worked up quickly in three different colors of Dishie yarn.
image from KnitPicks
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This planner lets you create a keepsake of both your personal and knitting life. It includes a monthly calendar/appointment tracker, featured patterns, project planning pages that include needle and yarn stash inventory, and a reference section.
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It’s not too early to start creating for the Christmas holidays. Why not try your hand at weaving. These Christmas Ornaments from Casa Marengo involve several crafting techniques.
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