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Weaving - sturdy paper plate (cut ~25 teeth around edge. odd teeth better for weaving.Tape yarn on back-> bring to top, btw 2 teeth, that yarn in groove-> Cross middle to opposite groove. Wrap yarn around plate, groove by groove until all filled-> tape loose end on back .Use tapestry needle, begin in center weave in , around plate as wide until pretty sunflower. Add new colors, use fluffy yarn or sequined string for special effects,  http://manualscanigo.blogspot.com/2009/02/telers_25.html

Weaving - sturdy paper plate (cut ~25 teeth around edge. odd teeth better for weaving.Tape yarn on back-> bring to top, btw 2 teeth, that yarn in groove-> Cross middle to opposite groove. Wrap yarn around plate, groove by groove until all filled-> tape loose end on back .Use tapestry needle, begin in center weave in , around plate as wide until pretty sunflower. Add new colors, use fluffy yarn or sequined string for special effects, http://manualscanigo.blogspot.com/2009/02/telers_25.html

In The Story of Ferdinand , we meet Ferdinand. A large, fierce looking bull who isn’t very fierce at all. Ferdinand would rather sit and smell the flowers, but the men have other plans for Ferdinand. My kids loved this book when they were little and it is still a favorite today. Apparently Ferdinand is …

31 Days of Read-Alouds: The Story of Ferdinand

In The Story of Ferdinand , we meet Ferdinand. A large, fierce looking bull who isn’t very fierce at all. Ferdinand would rather sit and smell the flowers, but the men have other plans for Ferdinand. My kids loved this book when they were little and it is still a favorite today. Apparently Ferdinand is …

I saw this little DIY  on  Style Me Pretty Home  , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and  satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't  exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin  tin,  I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan,  set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them  out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they…

Home DIY: Colorful Coasters

I saw this little DIY on Style Me Pretty Home , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin tin, I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan, set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they…

Popsicle sticks and yarn = a mini-weaving loom! Simple, and a bit addictive, especially for girls

Popsicle sticks and yarn = a mini-weaving loom! Simple, and a bit addictive, especially for girls

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