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  • 2). Uses for Wool Fabric  By : Mayoor Patel
    Wool fabric is used for all kinds of clothing, couch covers, bedspreads, toilet covers, tablecloths, and more.
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  • 5). How To Decorate Your Garden With Blue Flowers  By : Mary Williams
    When decorating your garden with blue flowers, it can add a rich splash of color to your garden. Plant them in a cluster of all blue or mix them in with other flowers for a rainbow of color. The important thing when planting flowers is to follow the instructions on the tag for the plant. Always buy plants that will thrive in the conditions in which you intend to grow them.
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  • 6). Knit-finity  By : Alice Seidel
    Copyright 2006 Alice Seidel As summer wanes, I love to muse on all things knitting. We live in such an uproarious world; days come and go with little of anything harmonious fitting into the hours. We all need, we all crave our own special space, our own little nook, somewhere just for us. And that's ok. Often we need to re-charge ourselves, plug into life's energizing chords, to get ourselves going again.
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  • 10). Types of Carpeting  By : James C
    Carpeting can be made with a variety of different fibers. These fibers have different characteristics that will drastically effect the way the carpet performs. Read along to find out about the three most common types of fibers used in carpeting. The first material I will discuss is Olefin or Polypropylene. Olefin is generally a lower end carpeting but it does have several good qualities.
    Article Related to: carpet, area rugs, carpeting, olefin, nylon, wool, flooring, floors, home improvement, home repair

  • 12). Knitting Is All In Your Head!  By : Alice Seidel
    Copyright 2006 Alice Seidel What, you say? In my head?! I am up to my elbows in eyelash yarn, I can't find my place in the row, and my knitting needles are about to duel with each other! How then, can knitting be all in my head? Onguard! Listen up! If you are new to knitting, or have been away from this wondrous craft for a while, there is a TON of information out there to learn! Now, before you say "arghhhhh!!", let me explain.
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  • 14). Top 3 Reasons Why Wool Is Back In Style  By : Amy Metz
    Let me let you in on a little secret. Wool is back (actually it never really left, as you'll see below). Wool has been around for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. It still is a major industry in a lot of countries around the world (Australia and New Zealand come to mind), and it's used in sweaters, socks and general fabrics. People have been wearing wool for style and warmth for generations.
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  • 16). How Knitting Wool Is Created  By : Mayoor Patel
    Knitting wool is created by first shearing the wool off the animal. There are different types of wool including lambs wool, sheep wool, alpaca wool, and llama wool.
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