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Using a Knitting Machine to Make Money From Your Home Knitting Business

Do you love knitting? Turn your passion into profit by investing in a knitting machine. Top-of-the-line brands such as Brother, Singer and Silver Reed can help jump-start your own home knitting business by increasing your production in the least possible time without sacrificing artistry. Launch your machine home knitting career …

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Learn How to Knit a Scarf

Learning how to knit a scarf isn’t hard, and guess what? Once you know the basics, it’s just as easy to learn how to knit a striped, patterned, or fringed scarf, too. Really, simply understand one basic pattern, and make any variations you like from there. The basics of scarf …

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Embellish Fashion Accessories With Beaded Fringe

Available in dozens of colors, bead styles, and sizes, beaded fringe helps you create instant fashion accessories with very little effort. Sew or glue the strip of beads onto an accessory in need of a little pizazz. The results are instant and spectacular. Purses and Bags: Fasten a strip of …

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Your College Choices

School selection can be an overwhelming task for college-bound high school juniors. There are literally thousands of colleges and universities to choose from in the United States. Although every educational institution is unique, it is possible to place most colleges and universities into one of several broad categories. A helpful …

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Winter Trend Alert After the Holidays

Have you been shopping for weeks trying to find the perfect holiday gifts for your loved ones? Hopefully you found them, because after the holidays it's acceptable to start shopping guilt-free for yourself. You likely came across presents you wanted during your holiday shopping escapades, but decided not to splurge …

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Easy Knitting Patterns Work Best on These Needles

Knitters today have so many more choices of needles than my mom did back in the sixties. She pretty much had her choice of aluminum or steel for straight needles. For circular knitting needles, there was aluminum or nylon. I still have all her needles (she passed away in 1971). …

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