I’ve been away visiting relatives in Canada this past week, so sorry for the radio silence! As I go back for my final semester of college classes, I thought I would dedicate this week towards writing (hopefully) useful back to school posts.
As I am a commuter student, it did not feel right to write a pattern round up catered towards students who dorm, so I did my best to choose a selection of patterns that can be of use in either living situation. The patterns are both practical and cute, and I hope you can find one of use for you this school year!
- I’ve made this washcloth before, and it’s a great washcloth for your face! The front of the washcloth I used for exfoliating, and the back has a smoother texture which is great for rinsing off facial masks or for makeup removal.
- Plastic yarn, also known as plarn, is a great way to use up all those leftover bags you have from shopping. Here’s a tutorial on how to make your own plarn!
- I’ve made this pattern for my tablet, and the pattern is easy to adjust for any width. If you’re going to use acrylic yarn for this sleeve I’d also recommend adding a cotton liner so that the edge between the screen and the bottom case of your device doesn’t snag and grab tiny acrylic fibers.
For Cozying Up the Place