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How To: Crochet a granny square color change

Watch this instructional crochet video to crochet a color change within a granny square pattern. These visuals make crocheting easy to understand. The granny square is more complex than the open work stitch, but once you can crochet around a corner and switch colors within a pattern, all of your projects can take on a new complexity.

How To: Crochet a super fast 3 color granny square

In this tutorial, we learn how to crochet a super fast 3 color granny square. Start out with your first color on the crochet needle. Then, chain four and put the needle back into the first chain. Before you pull everything tight together, you will move your middle finger into the stitch with your thumb so when you pull it will wrap around your fingers. Then, chain three and do this over twice more to create the outlining area around the hole. From here, you will use two other colors using the...

How To: Fold an origami lotus flower with one sheet of paper

To make a lotus out of a single sheet of paper, use a colored, square paper sheet with a different center color (optional). With the colored side facing outwards, fold the sheet diagonally in half creating a center crease. Open up and repeat the step with the other corner to obtain a center point. Carefully fold the 4 corners towards the center point to form a smaller square. Repeat the same procedure with this square. Flip over and repeat the same procedure over again. The next step is optio...

How To: Picasso Square Bracelet

How to make Picasso Squares Bracelet :) You can make the squares in different colors or in one color. This bracelet is not hard to make and it looks interesting. You need: Clamps with magnetic clasp, Jewelry Pliers, Iron Jump Rings, Macrame Cords (0,5mm waxed Polyester) More info in video.

How To: Make a tissue paper heart with your kids

This video explains how to make a tissue paper heart with your kids. The first step taken by the instructor is to cut about thirty small tissue paper squares with the color of your choice. The instructor then takes a large piece of construction paper and cuts out a basic heart design then puts light dots of glue all over the construction paper heart. The heart is then covered in the tissue paper squares until the entire heart is evenly covered with the colored tissue squares. The last step is...

How To: Make a decorative paper star

This is a great instructional video on how to make a decorative paper star. The materials you need are color papers, ruler, stapler, scissors, adhesive tape, pencil and cutting pliers. Take a paper and make a square of 20 cm side. Now fold the paper twice and get a triangular shape. Now draw four lines on it. Then cut along the lines with the help of scissors. Take the middle square and staple it. Then go to the back side and staple the ends. Repeat this process and get a star. You can make t...

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