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Small Crochet Projects for Leftover Yarn - About.com
There are plenty of kitchen projects that can be completed using small amounts of yarn left over from larger projects. If you have some cotton around, there are ...
Learn Tips and Tricks for Crocheting With Eyelash Yarn - About.com
The scarf combines Lion Brand Fun Fur with Caron Simply Soft. The finished scarf has the furry appearance characteristic of eyelash yarn projects.
Free Scrap Yarn Patterns for Crochet - About.com
If scrap yarn is accumulating in your yarn stash, you'll appreciate these free scrap yarn patterns for crochet. Find a variety of different projects and patterns that ...
Yarn Craft Projects - Family Crafts - About.com
Browse through a collection of craft projects made using yarn.
Ways to Use Yarn without Knitting - Yarn Crafts that ... - About Knitting
If you want to be able to use more yarn in your stash more quickly, you may need to consider making some yarn crafts that don't involve knitting.
Martha Stewart Crafts Cotton Hemp Yarn Review - About Knitting
When I first opened the box of samples I received from Lion Brand of its Martha Stewart Crafts yarn line, I was immediately drawn to Cotton Hemp, a soft, smooth  ...
Martha Stewart Crafts Lofty Wool Blend Yarn Review - About Knitting
Lion Brand Yarn teamed up with Martha Stewart Crafts to produce a range of fun, versatile yarns. The Lofty Wool Blend is a super bulky mix of wool and acrylic ...
Online Business in Crafts Growing Rapidly
The site positions itself as "your local yarn store online" and tries to make the buying experience online replicate what it's like to do to a local shop. Ads. &ensp.
Lion Brand Fancy Fur Yarn for Crochet, Knitting and Crafts | Product ...
"Fancy Fur" is a bulky eyelash yarn by Lion Brand. Use Fancy Fur yarn for crocheting, knitting and many other crafts.
Which Crochet Yarn Should a Beginner Buy? - About.com
Yarn Texture: Choose a smooth yarn rather than a textured yarn; for your first several projects, avoid eyelash yarns, which can be frustrating to work with.
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