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Worsted Spring Bangles

Here's an easy craft for you (I don't even need to show you tutorial-type pictures, because they're so easy to make). It's also an excellent way to put some use to those last few yards on your skein.


Collect a plastic bangle (available on Amazon, in thrift shops, etc.) and a small ball of yarn or end of a skein (small enough to easily fit inside the bangle). Hold one end of the yarn and wind the ball around the height of the bangle. Once you've finished wrapping it, simply cut the yarn and tie it to the beginning piece. Use a pair of tweezers or a needle to poke the knot under the wrapping so it isn't visible.



Then recruit a couple good friends to join you in taking pictures of your new crafts! (Can you say "Pssh... so last summer" and "Hopefully this one, too!"??)


Reader Comments (2)

You are very lucky to have such amazingly talented friends! I am stuck trying to muddle through taking my own photos since my photographer of a father lives too far away, darn! ;o)

June 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCarmen B.

@Carmen: I am very lucky! And that's only two of them! I actually have another two friends that are equally talented with a camera. :) I'm gifted with friending-artists abilities.

June 11, 2012 | Registered CommenterJenna Beaulieu

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