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Doll Mummy BORDER  by Rê Zoccoli  Criação do Logo. Estudo em P&B.

Doll Mummy BORDER by Rê Zoccoli Criação do Logo. Estudo em P&B.

Normally, when you connect your granny squares and crochet a border around your piece, where you've connected the squares, the border sinks down, creating a ripple in (what should be) a straight edging. This tutorial will walk you through a technique to avoid that ripple effect and help you create a perfect piece every time.

Normally, when you connect your granny squares and crochet a border around your piece, where you've connected the squares, the border sinks down, creating a ripple in (what should be) a straight edging. This tutorial will walk you through a technique to avoid that ripple effect and help you create a perfect piece every time.

“Quiero que vayas a tomarte una cerveza con tus amigos, para que al día siguiente tengas resaca y me pidas que vaya a verte porque quieres tenerme entre tus brazos y que nos acurruquemos. Quiero que hablemos en la cama por la mañana de todo tipo de cosas, pero algunas veces por la tarde; quiero que cada uno haga lo que quiera durante el día.  Quiero que me hables sobre las noches que sales con tus amigos. Que me digas que había una chica en el bar que te hacía "ojitos". Quiero que me mandes…

“Quiero que vayas a tomarte una cerveza con tus amigos, para que al día siguiente tengas resaca y me pidas que vaya a verte porque quieres tenerme entre tus brazos y que nos acurruquemos. Quiero que hablemos en la cama por la mañana de todo tipo de cosas, pero algunas veces por la tarde; quiero que cada uno haga lo que quiera durante el día. Quiero que me hables sobre las noches que sales con tus amigos. Que me digas que había una chica en el bar que te hacía "ojitos". Quiero que me mandes…

Edge for Ripple Blanket   I've done this... I like it better then the typical fringe on the sides.

Edge for Ripple Blanket I've done this... I like it better then the typical fringe on the sides.

The earliest known examples of tattoos were the Egyptians, having being present on numerous female mummies that date as far back as 2000 B.C. It was only until “Iceman”, a frozen body found at the Italian-Austrian border in 1991, was discovered with patterns adorned across various parts of his body that presented evidence of tattoos existing much earlier. Scientists have carbon dated “Iceman” to around 5,200 years old.

Tattoos: The History Behind Wearable Art

The earliest known examples of tattoos were the Egyptians, having being present on numerous female mummies that date as far back as 2000 B.C. It was only until “Iceman”, a frozen body found at the Italian-Austrian border in 1991, was discovered with patterns adorned across various parts of his body that presented evidence of tattoos existing much earlier. Scientists have carbon dated “Iceman” to around 5,200 years old.

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