The Best of Clean Eating 2: Over 200 Recipes with Cleaned-Up Comfort Foods and Fast Family Dinners
Clean Eating Magazine Editors,Paperback, Edition: 2, English-language edition,Pub by Robert Kennedy
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Simply Soft Yarn -Plum Wine
CARON-Simply Soft Yarn. Wrap yourself in comfort and luxury with ever-popular Simply Soft yarn. The weight; luster and sheen of this fabulous yarn has no equal. The drape makes it perfect for knit and crocheted fashion garments and home decor. Weight category: 4; 100% Acrylic; 6oz/170g; 315yds/288m. Gauge: 18st x 24r = 4in/10cm on size 8/5mm knitting needles and G6/4mm crochet hook. Care: machine wash; tumble dry; do not bleach; do not iron; do not dry clean. Made in USA.
Recycled Cotton Yarn-Marine
LION BRAND-Recycled Cotton Yarn. Spun from soft recycled cotton; this yarn is perfect for baby clothes; lightweight garments; and even washcloths. This yarn is made from cotton fabric pieces that would otherwise be discarded when fabric is cut to produce T-shirts: this recycled cotton reduces waste and conserves resources. Weight Catagory: 4; 72% recycled cotton/24% acrylic/2% other fibers. 3.5oz/100g; 185yd/169m. Gauge: Knit: 18st x 24r = 4in/10cm on size 8/5mm needles; Crochet: 13sc x 16r = 4in/10cm on size I9/5.5mm hook. Care: machine wash (max.temp. 104F/40C); dry flat; do not tumble dry; no bleach; no iron; may be dry cleaned. Imported.
Potter Craft Books-Socks From The Toe Up
RANDOM HOUSE-Potter Craft Books: Socks from the Toe Up: essential techniques and patterns. Sock knitting has never been easier or more fun. Whether you are new to knitting or a veteran Socks from the Toe Up will have your tootsies covered in no time. Start off on the right foot with these tried and true techniques; expert advice and beautiful patterns. Author: Wendy D. Johnson (Wendy Knits). Softcover: 126 pages. Imported.
Knitting & Crochet
Knitting is one of the world''s most popular crafts and not at all difficult to learn, together with its close relation, crochet. Both construct a fabric from interlocking loops of yarn rather than woven threads on a loom. The great advantage of knitting and crochet is that knitters can carry their work anywhere they go. And the fabric takes shape as they progress.