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Video: Creating Button Fringe

As you can see, the fringe in this picture has buttons added to it. Wthumb Button Fringehether you have a collection of buttons you've saved over the years or buy packets of buttons especially for your project, it's an easy decoration that adds punch and a bit of fun to any scarf or purse.

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I am happy to announce I have two new crochet designs available in the Quick & Simple collection published by FW Media and D&C.

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When I first began making ruffled scarves, I followed the manufacturer's instructions – jumping right in and working along the top edge. The problem: after I was finished, the ragged end just hung there, not always hidden under the ruffle. I experimented and found an easy solution.

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The beauty of this stitch is the textured knit-like fabric it creates. The Waffle Stitch results in a pleasant waffle-like pattern on one side and rows of running stitches on the other side.

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Recently, I was asked how a person could find something on my website quickly, especially if she is looking for a specific pattern or video. The answer is easy – check the Site Map.

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