yarn-bag

DIY Crochet Shark Pouch by Tamara Kelly on Ravelry. People who made this pattern overwhelmingly “loved it”.You have to sign up for Ravelry but it is easy to do and so worth it. Top and Bottom Left Photos: DIY by Tamara Kelly. Bottom Right Photo: DIY by thiswaythatway here. She added red felt to the mouth. In honor of shark week starting August 10th, 2014.

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regetroid said to sew-much-to-do:

Do you have any DIYS that could be used for gay pride? With recent events I think it’ll be appropriate 

GAY PRIDE AESTHETIC

For these projects, you don’t have to follow them to a t. You can change the colour schemes from the rainbow flag to any of the other pride flags. 

DIY LGBT+ Pride Hearts

DIY Rainbow Pom Pom Tote Bag / DIY Rainbow Pinata

DIY Rainbow Tie Dye Shoes / DIY Rainbow Necklace


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made myself a reversible WIP bag! That panda fabric used to be a pair of shorts that I never wore (but I loved the fabric!) so it was a great way to recycle. 

I made about 4 of these (trying to work out the kinks in the pattern) and the nicest one went to my best friend (a knitter) for her birthday. 

What do you guys use as Work-in-Progess bags? 

DIY Knit Tee Shirt Yarn Clutch *free pattern*

Make this knit clutch using Pantone’s Colors of the Year: Rose Quartz and Serentity.

This is a fast knit using tee shirt yarn and large size needles - 9mm or US13.

For everything DIY Knitting, go here.

For the free pattern for this DIY Knit Tee Shirt Yarn Clutch from Eat Me Blog, go here.

DIY Knit Fabric Tote Bag Pattern from El Cuaderno de Ideas. This is a bag knit from long fabric scraps. The handles are reinforced with a satin crochet stitch. If you are a beginning knitter and want a row by row pattern using recycled yarn, I’d check out the pattern below that uses tee shirts as yarn.

Here’s a pattern for a tee shirt yarn knit tote from So You Think You’re Crafty here. This is a row by row pattern using size 13US knitting needles.