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Easy Finger Knitting Bunny DIY - Oh-My-CUTENESS!!! How DARLING are these Finger knitted bunnies???? They are just the cutest! If your kids are into finger knitting and you are looking for new finger knitting projects, check out these cute DIY Bunny Rabbit

Easy Finger Knitting Bunny DIY

Easy Finger Knitting Bunny DIY - Oh-My-CUTENESS!!! How DARLING are these Finger knitted bunnies???? They are just the cutest! If your kids are into finger knitting and you are looking for new finger knitting projects, check out these cute DIY Bunny Rabbit

Chunky  Light Coffee Hand Knitted Blanket / Double and King Size Bed Throw on Etsy, £68.00

Chunky Light Coffee Hand Knitted Blanket / Double and King Size Bed Throw on Etsy, £68.00

DIY Rag Rug tutorial - Gemma Cooper shares an easy method on how to create the perfect rag rug for your home. Video tutorial included!

How To Make A DIY Rag Rug - Using Old Bedding

DIY Rag Rug tutorial - Gemma Cooper shares an easy method on how to create the perfect rag rug for your home. Video tutorial included!

27 Knits You Can’t Screw Up: Easy Knitting Patterns for Beginners

27 Knits You Can’t Screw Up: Easy Knitting Patterns for Beginners

The Joey sweater. This looks like a new knitting project... Purchase the pattern on Ravelry.

DIY // The Joey Sweater

The Joey sweater. This looks like a new knitting project... Purchase the pattern on Ravelry.

Here it is! My first free crochet pattern, the French Mini Peacock Feather (you can read why it is called "French" in my previous post)...

Here it is! My first free crochet pattern, the French Mini Peacock Feather (you can read why it is called "French" in my previous post)...

I love working with these fuzzy yarns, they are so soft and lush, very child friendly. Soon as I saw this yarn I could see a puppy and knew a puppy needed to be included in my new pattern.  I wanted to pay attention to the shape of the ears on this puppy but was worried I'd lose it with the yarn, but it worked out lovely.

I love working with these fuzzy yarns, they are so soft and lush, very child friendly. Soon as I saw this yarn I could see a puppy and knew a puppy needed to be included in my new pattern. I wanted to pay attention to the shape of the ears on this puppy but was worried I'd lose it with the yarn, but it worked out lovely.

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