It is always interesting to look back and see how your experiences and interests show up later on in life.
My mother was an amazing seamstress. She could sew just about anything, she even made a miniature version of my wedding dress that fit a Barbie doll! I was not very interested in sewing when I was young but I was always fascinated by the fabric. In the 1990's when scrapbooking became a thing, I wanted to make the paper that was used more than doing the actual scrapbooking but had no idea how or who did that sort of thing until...
How many times do you count stitches to see how many more you need to increase or decrease? Is it easy for you to remember when to add stitches or when just to knit them? I made a quick video showing how I solve both of those issues.
I hope you find the tips helpful. If you do, please share this with your friends!
Have you ever looked for one of your favorite ring clasp stitch markers and when you found it, the clasp looks dark or discolored?
Well not to worry! That is because the silver plating has started to oxidize and tarnish. Just like jewelry or flatwear, if a silver item is not used or worn consistently, tarnishing happens. There is nothing wrong with it, it just needs to be cleaned off. One of the reasons I use silver plated clasps is because it makes them a better option for people who wish to use them as earrings.
The following video will show...