Opalyn Rose wrote:Here are my photos for your review for the Oddball PEP project. For this project, I learned an entirely new to me (and little known) form of strap making and basket weaving. It is called Ply-Split Braiding and you can learn more here
Opalyn Rose wrote:started this thread to discuss "weave a camera strap" - textile - straw bb
Hi Beth. I never thought of my tin of pins as something special. I probably bought it new in the 1970s (or maybe my mother bought it for me). Now I looked it up on the internet and I see it's even in the museum!
Beth Wilder wrote:Oh, Inge, I love your Koh-i-noor tin of steel pins! That's one of the things I love most about the supplies I inherited from my gramma and grand-nannah. The containers themselves are works of art. I think part of it is just the colors!
Jenny Azarola wrote:Thank you! I have been checking out some of the youtube videos, I crochet and knit so Im sure I can figure this out but so far Im still flabbergasted by it. Made my own nalbinding needle out of a popsicle stick from my craft supplies and gonna keep trying until I get it! Will check out the link now