Every now and then, everyone could use a helping hand. Ready to lend your assistance? Below you’ll find a few readers in need. If you feel you can help or have any suggestions, please post your answer in the comments. Please try to supply instructions and/or links.
Would you have any ideas or patterns for making scarves out of a pouf scrubby–the ones you buy made out of nylon netting for showering?
Many years ago the local Catholic School made lap robes from a loom they constructed from wood and nails and they used a shuttle and wove the yarn with a fisherman’s knot. You would loop the yarn around the nails and after it was knotted you would cut around the end loops to make fringe. This was very quick and easy and you could utilize much of your leftover yarns. I honestly don’t know if it was something the nuns made up, but I haven’t been able to find the instructions I was given and have had no luck on the internet.
I would like to find a quilt pattern called “Indian Teepee.” I have looked everywhere but no luck.
Does anyone have a pattern for a Peanuts Charlie Brown sweater? I have two grandsons and knit a sweater each year for them, and I want to make a Charlie Brown sweater with the black zigzag.