By Jean Leinhauser
No lady may have too many baggage to hold her stuffand no knitter or crocheter can ever have too many handbag styles! From best needlework designers Rita Weiss and Jean Leinhauser come a hundred of the superior, in a number of sizes, kinds, and hues. they vary from a tiny amulet bag to put on as a necklace to an immense felted tote, and comprise backpacks, seashore baggage, and chic night clutches. Theres a jeweled iPod case, a distinct carry-all for a yoga mat, and a conventional string bag for a bottle of wine. And for that certain baby: a handbag formed like a toy elephant or one thats a teddy undergo! every one positive aspects exact directions and a powerful photograph of the completed venture.
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5. Bring the wide end over the working knot and under the narrow part on the right side of your neck. 6. Pull the wide end down and cross it over the remaining narrow end. indd 25 11/1/11 9:22 AM 7. Bring the wide end under the narrow part of the tie on the left side of your neck. 8. Bring the wide end of the tie through the knot that has been created. 9. Pull the wide end of the tie down the front of your shirt. Tighten the knot and draw it snug to your collar. indd 26 11/1/11 9:22 AM Half Windsor Knot 1.
Indd 23 11/1/11 9:22 AM The Classic Knots Windsor Knot 1. The wide end of the tie should be about a foot below the narrow end. Cross the wide end over the narrow end. 2. Bring the wide end under the narrow end on the right side of your neck. indd 24 11/1/11 9:22 AM 3. Bring the wide end over and let it hang down the front of your shirt. 4. Bring the wide end under the remaining narrow end. 5. Bring the wide end over the working knot and under the narrow part on the right side of your neck. 6. Pull the wide end down and cross it over the remaining narrow end.
Indd 20 11/1/11 9:22 AM If a gentleman ties his necktie only to discover that two shirt buttons have been left exposed, he ties his tie again. A gentleman never tucks his over-long necktie into the waistband of his trousers. A tall or heavy-built gentleman is well advised to purchase extra-long neckties. A gentleman avoids wearing tie tacks or tie bars, even if they hold sentimental value for him. A gentleman brushes his teeth before putting on his tie—even if it is a bow tie. When tightening his tie, a gentleman gathers the fabric into one simple dimple, to give the knot a finished look and to avoid overly wrinkling the fabric.
100 Purses to Knit & Crochet by Jean Leinhauser