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Adding Beads to Your Knitting {Knitting}. OH MY! This is soooo easy!...........i will try with wire...............

How to add beads to your knitting: with the help of a crochet hook. The hook is used to hold the bead and then slip it over the stitch. This allows you to place beads on individual stitches without having to pre-string the yarn with beads.

How to make Edible Sparkly Snowflakes- perfect for cakes and cupcakes.

How to make Edible Sparkly Snowflakes- perfect for cakes and cupcakes. Made these, so easy and so cute-makes for good detail on cakes, cupcakes, etc. Also made hearts for vday cake

Twice-Knit, good to have directions in case need something like this. Twice-knit knitting is an unusual technique. It is remarkable because in addition to having almost no stretch it doesn't ravel. That's right, you can knit a fabric from Twice-knit and cut it, it wont' ladder. It is a thick, dense fabric because the stitches are turned 90 degrees to the fabric surface. It feels plush and springy.

Twice-Knit Knitting: create a fabric unlike any other knit fabric! Doesn't ravel, doesn't ladder, even if cut. Thick and dense, with a plush and springy feel.

I could eat them everyday for breakfast! [Oatmeal Cupcakes: 3 mashed bananas (the riper the better!), 1 cup vanilla almond milk, 2 eggs, 1 tbsp baking powder, 3 cups oats, 1 tsp vanilla extract, 3 tbsp mini chocolate chips (or blueberries)]

Next breakfast: Oatmeal Cupcakes: 3 mashed bananas (the riper the better!) 1 cup vanilla almond milk 2 eggs 1 tbsp baking powder 3 cups oats 1 tsp vanilla extract 3 tbsp mini chocolate chips (or blueberries)]

Five Cable Knits

Cables are the perfect way to add a classic touch to whatever you’re knitting. This free pattern set includes 5 versatile cable patterns that you can add to all kinds of knitting projects!