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Strips of knit I-cord make a braided cowl - tutorial by DiaryofaCreativeFanatic

diaryofacreativefanatic.com is the blog of a design enthusiast with a love for fashion, needlecraft design, home décor and DIY. You will find free downloads for DIY and needlecraft. Diary of a Creative Fanatic is produced by Daria McGuire.

Applied I Cord is a great way to finish the edge of knitting. Why use applied I Cord? There are several reasons you may want to add this finish to a project: The edge is rolling and you want to stop or limit it That area can use another color as the edging The edge...Read More »

Applied I Cord is a great way to finish the edge of knitting. Why use applied I Cord? There are several reasons you may want to add this finish to a project: The edge is rolling and you want to stop or limit it That area can use another color as the edging The edge …

How to knit the I-Cord Bind Off - A step by step tutorial [+video]

Warm and soft cable knitted ear and head warmer. The perfect accessory for the cold months to keep your hair in place while also keeping your head and ears toastie in the wind. Can be Made to order in a variety of colours please ensure that you inform me of your chosen colour in the buyer notes. Thank you :)

Learn how to crochet a Romanian cord! It’s faster and easier than I-cord, and is a perfect option for things like drawstrings, ties, handles, straps, or even belts. #crochet #crochettutorial #romaniancord #romanian #cord #strap #handle #drawstring #belt #tie #tutorial #stitchesnscraps

Pin It             I-cords are so super easy to make...I have to admit before I learned how to make them, they were rather intimidating to s...

Pin It I-cords are so super easy to make...I have to admit before I learned how to make them, they were rather intimidating to s...

Objectifs : Ce tutoriel a pour objectif de vous montrer comment réaliser un montage en i-cord qui correspond parfaitement au rabattage du même nom, et qui donne une jolie finition qui change du point mousse ou des côtes ! Nous verrons 2 méthodes différentes dans ce tutoriel. Matériel nécessaire : Une paire d’aiguilles circulaires de la taille nécessaire …

Objectifs : Ce tutoriel a pour objectif de vous montrer comment réaliser un montage en i-cord qui correspond parfaitement au rabattage du même nom, et qui donne une jolie finition qui change du point mousse ou des côtes ! Nous verrons 2 méthodes différentes dans ce tutoriel. Matériel nécessaire : Une paire d’aiguilles circulaires de la taille nécessaire […]

Stricken mit eliZZZa * i-Cord abketten * Kordelabschluß für Strickstücke - YouTube

http://www.nadelspiel.com/ * Beim Kordelanschlag haben viele Schäfchen das Problem, dass die Maschen danach sehr lang gezogen sind. Mit diesem Video lernst D...

An i-cord is a sturdy, simple tube of essentially 4 knit stitches. It has infinite applications from handles, to straps to jewelry. And, believe it or not, you can make an i-cord with knitting, crochet AND loom knitting. #knitting #knit #knittingtips #tutorial #knittingtutorial

An i-cord is a sturdy, simple tube of essentially 4 knit stitches. It has infinite applications from handles, to straps to jewelry. And, believe it or not, you can make an i-cord with knitting, crochet AND loom knitting. #knitting #knit #knittingtips #tutorial #knittingtutorial

Eyeglass Holder Crochet Pattern (How to Make an I-Cord) by Felted Button using Scheepjes Catona

Maybe you have the same problem I do with eyeglasses? You take them off, set them down, and can't find them when you need them. I decided to solve this little dilemma by crocheting an I-cord Eyeglass Holder. And I'm thrilled to share a little tutorial with you in case you might want to make one, too. Wanna see? (Haha. Pun intended.)

It is a variation of the regular i-cord edging that is thinner and more delicate. It will look great on scarves, blankets, cardigans and any other projects with open side edges. This edging looks equally good next to various stitch patterns.