oooh those are so pretty, thanks for sharing - have a great tuesday xxx
Clever and so cute!!
So lovely! Thank you for the tutorial!
What a clever idea - I will try this for Little Son. Thank-you. Lily. xxx
What a cute, nifty idea!Thanks so much for sharing this, I will definitely be trying this craft out!x
What a lovely idea, they look beautiful! I will be making some of these for sure :-)
Thanks for this lovely idea.
I love this DIY! I'm definitely going to make these!
Ohh, what a fabulous idea! If you can find the right size beads, you could also make some with polymer clay. :)
Very clever! I particularly love the ends that you picked out. Now, I don't spend a lot of time at the craft store or hardware store, but do you know how many thicknesses they come in? I'm wondering if it might be possible to DIY a whole set of needles.
Great idea, and creative post.Ana BC
what a fun idea x
Love the way these turned out! Really love the photo of your 2 little ones knitting!
So wonderful! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!
Neat idea, what a fun project it would make as well.
Thank you for this clever idea! Your tutorial is "picture-perfect"!
Thanks for the tute! The wee tots knitting is the best picture of the set--so sweet!
neat idea - very pretty
These are so pretty! This tutorial is definitely going into my future "to make" wish list!
Not only do I love the DIY craft, but the photos throughout are just super!!!I do think you've got a job at Ikea waiting for you. :)
I am a new follower. Love you idea for knitting needles and they are also good to hold a bun if you have long hair. Thanks i am at www.intheboondocks.blogspot.com
They're fantastic! Must pin this for later :D
wonderful idea, i have beads and dowel...all i need now is some time...fabulous !!
Love the photo tutorial, and the needles are so cute!
These are so cute! Such a great idea! thanks for sharing!Rebecca @ heronscrafts.blogspot.com
This is a really cute project! I especially love the photos your got of the girls putting them to use!
Fun idea! Thank you for sharing it. I love your projects!Your newest follower,Hanni
Great idea. Thanks for sharing. I need to make one pair for my daughter.
So cute! Makes me want to try and knit again.
Very pretty. Great tutorial!I followed you from WIP Wednesdays and here is my WIP: http://likemamalikedaughter.blogspot.com/2012/04/crafting-along-with-needle-and-thread.html
Thank you ever so much for sharing, they look really good!
Thanks for the tutorial! What a sweet gift idea. I love the beads you chose for the ends, too.
Super cute! Thanks for linking up! :)
That project is great and I love the tutorial!
Beautiful needles! I've seen some similar in Etsy shops that sport a pretty hefty price. This would be a great gift idea for all my knitting peeps. Thank you for sharing your project.
Now this is an Awesome idea. Thanks for sharing this with us this week at the Sunday Round Up Link Party. See you next week,Rose @ http://www.arosiesweethome.com/
What a great tutorial! I've always wanted to learn to knit... Just might be a push for me to give a try.Thanks for sharing at Sunday Round Up.xoxoHeather
Awesome! Thanks for sharing.
Hi I'm stopping by to let you know I'm featuring this today @ http://www.arosiesweethome.com/2012/05/fabulous-features.htmlThanks for sharing at the Sunday Round Up! Rose
simply a great idea! <3
thanks for share...
Awesome!! :) Thanks for sharing this!
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