A chart of bootie sizes is a handy thing to have if you are into making booties for babies. Obviously! As with much of the measurements of things, there does not seem to be a concrete, universally agreed upon sizing. So I will just go with this below.
African Butterfly Magic Hair Clip is alternatively known as double hair comb with elastic, butterfly clip, hairclip, double magic hair comb, double beaded hair comb, magic hair comb. If you have used a Butterfly Magic Hair Clip before you will fully appreciate how much better they are than just about any other hair clip. Butterfly Magic Hair Clip is very easy to use, very firm, and works whether you have a lot of hair or very little (like me). (See video at the end of post for how to use a butterfly magic hair clip).
They are super comfortable. You can even sleep with them and they don’t dig into your scalp or cause you to have pulled-scalp pains at the end of a day. This post is about how to make an African Butterfly Magic Hair Clip. Once I had tried my first Magic Hair Clip (thanks to Joy Belle, my wonderful mother in law), I was in love. And next, I had to find out how to make them myself.
A little guide on how to make a firm peyote toggle clasp set.
Temporary Note: I have been writing this How To Make Tapestry Crochet Bags for days now. It is much longer than I anticipated. So I am just going to post, as is, now. And will keep adding steps to it over the next few days. Feel free to drop by for updates.
How to make and put together Tapestry Crochet bags sequentially
I was hooking away at my amigurumi and then pop! I was into making tapestry crochet bags!! I don’t even know how that transition happened. But I have been seriously and happily busy having fun with tapestry crochet ever since. In this article, I will discuss the method to put together a tapestry crochet bag the ClearlyHelena way!