Monthly Archives March 2019

Mason Jar Solar Light

Categories: Collections, Crafty's Projects, and Whimsy.

Look how easy it is to make a solar light jar. In my last project I used sea glass to make the light jar and this time I used flat sided marbles/gems and a bigger mason jar. Materials mason jar solar light flat sided marbles glue gun or E6000 glue I purchased some solar lights to use with some of the various mason jars I have at home. Take apart the solar light as you just need the round top part that has the solar light on it. Using the glue gun attach the flat sided marble/gems over the mason
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Solar Light Jar

Categories: Collections, Crafty's Projects, and Whimsy.

Look how easy it is to make a solar light jar to put around the deck railing and brighten up the evening. Materials small mason jar solar light pieces of sea glass glue gun (not always water proof) or E6000 glue The gardening sections at the dollar stores are one of my favourite places to browse. I purchased some solar lights to use with some of the various mason jars I have at home. Take apart the solar light as you just need the round top part that has the solar light on it. I used a small mason jar
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A Hook Case

Categories: Crafty's Projects, Organization, and Sewing.

Have you used the ergonomic crochet hooks? I’ve been updating my crochet hooks to these. The majority of them came from Michaels and were purchased with 50% off coupons and some of them came from Walmart. I love working with the new hooks, so much better for my arthritic hands. But unfortunately my hook case was full so a new case was needed. I chose to make this one with material as the handles of the new hooks just didn’t slide in and out of the felt that I had previously used for my needle and hook holders. Craft closet
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The Project Bag

Categories: Crochet.

I’m taking part in the Southeastern Ontario Yarn Crawl and one of the challenges was to create a project bag. I decided to create one based on my circle bag but on a bit smaller scale. So out came the bag full of little balls of leftover yarn from socks and fingerless mitts. When I look at the bag I can remember all the different patterns made with the yarn. I always like to line my bags and as in the circle bag I started with the lining to have a base to fasten the circles to. I also wanted
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