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Re: Plarn
Posted by: clover04750 (IP Logged)
Date: March 06, 2009 10:40PM

There are several how to's on how to make plarn. This is the best video:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdTm2V4ssvY

Some people have been using them as scrubbies within their wash cloth patterns or as soap cozies.

After using the basic plarn making technique, I've found that it's easier to use if you twist the two pieces on the single chain every 2 chains. That way, your plarn is plyed instead of having two seperate strands going at once. I don't really care for plarn, to be honest with you. It's stiff and doesn't stretch or bend at-all! I guess that makes it ideal for some projects though. It's cool to know though



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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