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BellaOnline EditorBook Review- Kumihimo Basics and Beyond
Shala Kerrigan, BellaOnline's Beadwork Editor
A review of Rebecca Ann Combs book Kumihimo Basics and Beyond : 25 braided and beaded jewelry projects on the kumihimo disk.
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BellaOnline EditorAre You Still Feeling The Effects Of 2008?
Gary Eggleston, BellaOnline's Coin Collecting Editor
It is no big secret that people who lived through the Great Depression were forever changed by their experiences during the 1930s. Many leaned a distrust for banks. Some were reluctant to borrow money to pay for things, even a house.
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BellaOnline EditorBean Bags for Kids
Launa Stout, BellaOnline's Crafts for Kids Editor
All you need is some fleece and some beans!
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BellaOnline EditorBack To School Crochet Projects
Melissa Rodriguez, BellaOnline's Crochet Editor
Everyone wants to return to school in style. Why not hit them with some cool crochet fashions? Here are some great ideas for back to school crochet projects.
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BellaOnline EditorPreserving Doll Patterns
Helen B. Wharton, BellaOnline's Doll Making Editor
Here is an idea for making sturdier patterns that last longer and a great way to store them.
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BellaOnline EditorCouching and Laid Work
Megan McConnell, BellaOnline's Embroidery Editor
Couching, whilst also being a description of where many of us sit to embroider, is also a technique going back over a thousand years and can produce works of stunning intricacy, as well as simple bold designs.
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BellaOnline EditorEasy to Make Copper Slide Necklace
Susan Mendenhall, BellaOnline's Jewelry Making Editor
Here is an impressive, but easy to make copper slide necklace. With a few tools and a small piece of copper, you can have a finished necklace within a few hours!
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BellaOnline EditorFixing Dropped Stitches
Lisa Linnell-Olsen, BellaOnline's Knitting Editor
Dropped stitches are a common problem for knitters, and one many knitters need to know how to deal with. Read this article to find out how to fix them.
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BellaOnline EditorChristmas Tree Luminaria
Mia C. Goloy, BellaOnline's Paper Crafts Editor
Make this pyramid-shaped Christmas tree that doubles as a luminaria.
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BellaOnline EditorManual Focus For Better Photography
Ewa Sapinska, BellaOnline's Photography Editor
Autofocus for your lens is a great thing but there are some times when you will want to switch to manual focus to get great images. Read on to find out why!
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BellaOnline EditorA Cautionary Tale
Judie Bellingham, BellaOnline's Quilting Editor
Here's a jovial poem about a quilt group making a quilt for a raffle prize.
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BellaOnline EditorStronghold Builder's Guidebook Review
Leif Sutter, BellaOnline's Role Playing Games Editor
Perusing the shelves for Dungeons and Dragons Third Edition books? If you've come across the Stronghold Builder's Guidebook, I've got some advice before you buy it. Especially if your group isn't hardcore into that system.
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BellaOnline EditorPhoto Challenge for December
Kathleen Rensel, BellaOnline's Scrapbooking Editor
Challenge yourself with this photo-a-day challenge in December! Then create an album with the photos and the stories.
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BellaOnline EditorHow to Sew Burlap
Tamara Bostwick, BellaOnline's Sewing Editor
Burlap is a coarsely woven fabric made from jute, a vegetable fiber. Burlap is different from most other fabrics and requires some special handling. This article presents some basic information on stabilizing burlap fabric.
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BellaOnline EditorSolid Sachet/Air Fresheners
Winsome Tapper, BellaOnline's Soapmaking Editor
Another wonderful idea from reader Laurie!
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BellaOnline EditorA Use for Dirty Wool
Laun Dunn, BellaOnline's Spinning Editor
Using otherwise ruined wool to line wire baskets and planters.
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BellaOnline EditorFather Of American Stamp Collecting
Gary Eggleston, BellaOnline's Stamps Editor
At the end of the Civil war in 1865, the stamp hobby had arrived and had taken root in America. Enterprising dealers in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia responded to the new demands of collectors. The stage was set for growth which was going to require a durable infrastructure, professional style,
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BellaOnline EditorLost Newsletters
Georgia Seitz, BellaOnline's Tatting Editor
During a maintenance outage, a few tatting newsletters may not have reached tatters. Here is a list of those newsletter now posted online as tatting articles.
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Digitizing Made Easy
This is a great book for those embroiderers who want to learn to digitize their own designs ready for use on an embroidery machine.

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Decorative Embroidery
Over 50 projects to embellish your home with embroidery. Templates, patters, and stitch guides. Great illustrations and fun to do!

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Learn To Knit, Love to Knit
Young adults and teens will find great projects to learn to knit. This book has projects for those who have never knit or would like to try out some intermediate level techniques.

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