Sunday, July 29, 2012

Soap Box Crocheted out of Plastic Bags

(NL) Zeepdoos, gehaakt van plastieken zakjes 
(FR) Boite pour savon, crocheté du sacs en plastique

(ENG) Some weeks ago, mom and I visited my niece Mireille, and I decided to make her a gift ...
(NL) Een paar weken geleden hebben mams en ik mijn nicht Mireille bezocht ...

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Chainmaille Celtic Star / Keltische ster van schakels

   
(ENG) Chainmaille Celtic Visions Star on a Wiggle (Möbius) necklace, and my dad wearing it with pride. I had let him choose on The Blue Budda Boutique , and ... hasn't he chosen nice, with a great color combination :-)  
(NL) Een "Celtic Visions Star" ster, aan een "Wiggle (Möbius)" ketting, en mijn vader die hem trots draagt. Ik liet hem kiezen op De "Blue Budda Boutique" , en ... heeft hij niet goed gekozen, met een prachtige kleurencombinatie :-)

Guardian Angel / Beschermengel


(ENG) tatted guardian angel from a plastic bag, for my dad who was in a coma. It sure did its job, he's now safe and sound at home :-D
 

(NL) frivolité beschermengel van een plastiek zak, voor mijn vader die met een coma in het ziekenhuis lag. Het heeft zeker zijn werk gedaan, hij is nu veilig en wel thuis    :-D

Thursday, December 22, 2011

How to Use HTML in blog posts

Well, the WYSIWYG-editor can act strange by posting images, and it doesn't allow fine-tuning on its size. Since I once learned programming, but before the internet was common, I decided to do some investigations on HTML. And in order to do some easy copy and paint, I made a text-file. Then I thought it might be handy for some starting HTML-ers as well  ;-)

<!--------  LeftFloatImage 1/2  -------->
<a href=" ImgURLzzzzzzzzz " imageanchor="1" style="clear: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"><img border="0" width="320"
src=" ImgURLzzzzzzzz "   />  </a>

- The text between  <!--  and  -->  is just comment, to keep your program clear,;because as I've been thought: a good program is not only one that works, but one you still understand after a long period, in order to make modifications, without hours of studying the program.
- The ImgURLzzzzzzzzz  is where you paste the images URL: right click on the image, and choose "Copy URL"; I added the zzzzzzzzz to make it easy to find where you have to replace, and I made a one word of it, so double clicking allows you an easy replacement  :-)

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

How to Crochet Slippers

 

NEEDED:  
- crochet hook and yarn or plarn, fitted for each other. (for example: I used medium sized rather bulky plastic shopping bags, cutted in balls of plarn, with a width of 1/2 inch, which crocheted very well with a crochet hook of 3 mm. For my Belgian shoe-size 37, which is a length of 23cm, I needed 4 bags for the upper sides, 6 bags for the inner soles, and another 6 (black) bags for the outer soles, and I had enough left to crochet all together)
- when you will use plarn, it might be handy to know How to make plarn (click here)
- scissors
- measuring tape, to measure the foot and to know when your first sole is done.
- 8 help-strands: somewhat stronger strands, like cotton, to hold the pieces together while assembling
- a pencil or something to write down the numbers of your first slipper, so the second looks exactly alike, without the need of measuring
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