Do you need a new sweeper? Don’t buy it, do it! Prepare blanket thread of each color, 9.0 mm crochet hook, thread needle, scissors. Abbreviations: ch: chain, SC: single crochet, LS: loop stitch. Row 1: SC in the second ch from the hook and down the rest of the chain (10). Turn. Row 2-6: Turn Ch 1st SC over (10). Line 7: Channel 1, LS via (10). Turn. Line 8: Channel 1, SC opposite. Turn. Line 9-26: Repeat line 7 in odd lines and line 8 in even lines. Lines 27-31: Channel 1, SC across. Turn. Do not tie at the end of row 31. Fold the piece so that rows 1-6 and 26-31 form the “pockets” that fit over the sweeper. Continue reading the tutorial in the source.
Marble is a luxurious material that looks sophisticated everywhere and is also very expensive. It is a great idea to incorporate such chic accents into your decor, and today I am offering you to try another way to rock exquisite marble decor and these are marbled Easter eggs.
Such Easter eggs are very modern, chic and edgy and you can always make them yourself and even invite your children to do so, as the crafting is very easy.
There are several ways to get edgy modern marbled Easter eggs. The first idea is to make them yourself from polymer clay. Choose the tone you like and create! Invite your kids to join this cool activity and create a stylish Easter decor together.
The next idea is to color your eggs with paints or nail polish. I would say this is the most popular tutorial on how to get eggs like this. It's very simple and you will get amazing bold marble Easter eggs. Grab any nail polishes you like and make a bold statement for this Easter celebration.
Don't you like paints and polishes? Make naturally colored marble Easter eggs with cabbage, beets, and other vegetables, and while marbling the eggs is more difficult than using polishes, the result is very tender and cute.