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How to Make a Cute Halloween Pom Pom Garland

A Halloween pom pom garland is simple to make, and it looks adorable when hung up on the wall. This easy-to-follow step-by-step guide uses an alternative method to our other Halloween garland article, but is just as spooky with pom pom pumpkins, and spiders and ghosts with googly eyes. This…

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How to Make a Macrame Star Wreath

Want to give macrame a go? These macrame stars are the perfect project for a beginner and will look great in your home. Find out all about the basic knots here to help you get started.    Modern Star

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Knitting & Crochet

How to Make a Halloween Macrame Wall Hanging

If you’d like to add a modern spin to your Halloween decorations, look no further than a macrame wall hangings. Modern and quick to make – you can create the skull wall hanging using only the square knot. If you’d like to try your hand at something a little trickier,…

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How to Crochet a Loop Stitch Stocking

A gorgeously fluffy crochet stocking that works up quickly with maximum texture! Worked flat in rows of loop stitch and double crochet, the stocking is made in two panels which are then crocheted together. Designed by @lottieandalbert – an amazing crochet designer and a Knitcraft ambassador  

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