The trumpet basket is a sophisticated basket for all your storage needs. The beautiful fluted shape allows for extra storage at the top of the basket. It’s generous size ensures you can fit a variety of things.
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The bobble basket is a fast project that produces a fun off beat 3 dimensional basket. This thing is super size (that’s 3 skeins of Lion Brand Hometown USA super bulky yarn in there) to fit a variety of objects.
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I have a new pattern available just in time for spring cleaning.
These super cute chevron baskets are the perfect way to stash your stuff. Use your imagination to create tons of color and pattern combinations.
The pattern includes four basket variations:
Small Basket with no handles: 21” around x 7” high
Small Basket with handles: 21” around x 7.75” high
Large Basket with no handles: 32” around x 8” high
Large Basket with handles: 32” around x 8.75” high
Using super bulky yarn, these baskets work up quick and are super sturdy for all your organzing needs.
The pattern includes step-by-step photo tutorials for techniques used for working chevrons in the round.
Plus you will receive a link to a pattern exclusive video tutorial that will show you all the techniques as well.
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Here is my first in a series of using forgotten items around your house and transforming them into useful needlework tools.
Ever buy that souvenir bucket of popcorn, caramel corn, or whatever your favorite amusement park was hocking? As you can see, I have — a lot.
Though I do actually reuse these to hold the kid’s microwave popcorn, I found another way to use them — yarn holders.
The picture above shows how useful these buckets can be. I have stuffed the bottoms of them to show my balls of yarn for the picture’s sake, but these will easily hold a whole skein of balled, or non-balled up yarn.
The Disneyland buckets also come with reusable tops (not pictured) that snap into place. If you have a drill handy you can punch some holes in the center of those to run your tails through to make managing multiple colors a breeze. Just like the yarntainer below, these buckets will keep your yarn from rolling around your floor and give use to an otherwise forgotten souvenir.
So the next time you’re at Disneyland, put down the mouse ears that you’ll never wear outside of the park again and get something really useful — the souvenir popcorn bucket.
Just remember to wash it before you stick the yarn in it.