Alena Hajná
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Knitted Shawl

Knitted Shawl

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Brick edging for your flower beds

Brick edging for your flower beds

Ooh! Love this! Great tips for beginners. This is a great blog!

Ooh! Love this! Great tips for beginners. This is a great blog!

This is one sweet smelling, bug repelling candle! Make your own in a few easy steps. Fill a mason jar with citrus rinds and herbs. Add 20 to 30 drops of citronella oil. Top with hot water to help develop the scent. Float a candle at the top of the jar and light. Sit back and enjoy a bug-free night on the patio!

This is one sweet smelling, bug repelling candle! Make your own in a few easy steps. Fill a mason jar with citrus rinds and herbs. Add 20 to 30 drops of citronella oil. Top with hot water to help develop the scent. Float a candle at the top of the jar and light. Sit back and enjoy a bug-free night on the patio!

A beautiful idea is to use a floating citronella candle, fresh herbs, lemons and limes to make a centerpiece that keeps bugs away

A beautiful idea is to use a floating citronella candle, fresh herbs, lemons and limes to make a centerpiece that keeps bugs away

#DIY Crochet Bathroom Door Organizer #homemade #crafts #crochet

#DIY Crochet Bathroom Door Organizer #homemade #crafts #crochet

Brian is going to kill me when the whoooole house is covered with crochet projects, but I love this! Crochet baskets using hemp or twine. Great for added stiffness and stability.

Brian is going to kill me when the whoooole house is covered with crochet projects, but I love this! Crochet baskets using hemp or twine. Great for added stiffness and stability.

Crochet in Color: Lots of Free patterns, and I agree, I always go with the smallest hook when make baskets, bins, etc. as they aren't as useful if you have to shape them, imagine putting lots of magazines or something in them and the sides keep falling down, the only time I use a bigger hook is if slouchy is what the design calls for any way.

Crochet in Color: Lots of Free patterns, and I agree, I always go with the smallest hook when make baskets, bins, etc. as they aren't as useful if you have to shape them, imagine putting lots of magazines or something in them and the sides keep falling down, the only time I use a bigger hook is if slouchy is what the design calls for any way.

Stunning fractal. May be "just crochet" but it's a work of art in itself. Sorry, gotta say it, "Wow!"

Stunning fractal. May be "just crochet" but it's a work of art in itself. Sorry, gotta say it, "Wow!"