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  1. Here are some Christmas ornaments I crocheted using old recycled Christmas cards. Just use a shape and cut around it. Here is more details on how to recycle Christmas cards into ornaments.
  2. My name is Isabelle Garbani, and I am an artist who was selected for this year's Farm/Art Dtour in Wisconsin with my proposal Invasive Species. I am calling all crochet artists to help me crochet artwork for the installation! In Invasive Species over 5000 kudzu vine leaves, crocheted from plastic shopping bags, engulf an abandoned farmhouse. The plastic leaves will climb and cling to the house, slowly "choking" it with their invasive growth. I decided to issue a Crochet Challenge in order to make all the crochet leaves I need. In this crochet contest, everyone can participate and win prizes for making leaves from recycled plastic bags (from artwork to cookies!). The tutorials on the leaf pattern and the list of all the prizes can be found at www.crochetchallenge.com Visit www.crochetchallenge.com to enter the contest!
  3. Using a 10mm hook and several old T-shirts, I made this handbag/purse. I'm quite pleased with how it turned out and my dd looks so pretty modelling it for me Mandy
  4. Here is my latest recycled plastic bag tote. It's basically crocheted with white plastic bags and I added a red and blue stripe to pretty-up the white bags. Like most it's hard to find pretty colors but the stripes only took about 3 bags of each color. Here is the plarn pattern details if anyone wants to crochet this tote bag.
  5. Got an old T-shirt you don't want any more... turn it into yarn then whip up a potholder. Simples! I show you how on my blog and include directions, pattern and how to's with lots of photos. Save the planet and it's free!! Mandy http://6ichthusfish.typepad.com/6ichthusfish/2013/05/crochet-potholder-with-t-shirt-yarn-.html
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