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Posted by: clover04750 (IP Logged)
Date: March 01, 2009 11:01PM

I found out about plarn in a crocheting board. It's so neat and thrifty, plastic yarn made from grocery bags. How cool is that! Now I just want to try knitting myself some plarn purses right away. A friend of mine just asked for stash donations because she teaches her students to knit and I can't wait to tell her about plarn! There are tons of crocheting patterns with plarn, but why should the hookies have all the fun lol! If you've used it, I'd love to hear about it. If not, I invite you to try it with me. SO cool!

How to make plarn:

XOX ~ Karen

Subject Written By Posted
  Plarn clover04750 03/01/2009 11:01PM
  Re: Plarn RuthPauline 03/06/2009 01:12PM
  Re: Plarn Sally J 03/06/2009 09:40PM
  Re: Plarn clover04750 03/06/2009 10:40PM
  Re: Plarn projects craftsman 03/07/2009 04:08PM

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