Oversized Crochet Sweater, Upcycled Pin Cushion + DIY Lucet Fork; Link Party 443

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At Wednesday Link Party 443 our features include Oversized Crochet Sweater from @brklynhousewife, How to Upcycle a Candle Jar into a Pin Cushion from @sumoftheirstories and How to Make and use a DIY Lucet Fork from @condoblues.

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This Week at Link Party 443 we feature projects from Julie’s Creative Lifestyle, Sum of their Stories + Condo Blues

  1. Oversized Crochet Sweater | Julie’s Creative Lifestyle
  2. How to Upcycle a Candle Jar into a Pin Cushion | Sum of their Stories
  3. How to Make and Use a DIY Lucet Fork | Condo Blues

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WLP 443 Oversized Crochet Sweater

Oversized Crochet Sweater

Julie's Creative Lifestyle has shared her finished Oversized Crochet Sweater project with us this week. She tried out the Oversized Color Block Sweater pattern from Hooked on Homemade Happiness and it turned out great. Pop over to her post for the free pattern and for the changes she made to adjust the fit for herself.

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WLP 443 Upcycled Pincushion DIY

How to Upcycle a Candle Jar into a Pin Cushion

Sum of their Stories has a great DIY tutorial to show you how to upcycle a candle jar into a pin cushion. I love how she uses Mod Podge and fabric to completely change the finished clear glass container into this pretty pincushion.

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WLP 443 How to Make a Simple Lucet Fork

How to Make + Use a DIY Lucet Fork

Condo Blues has a super simple solution to those expensive wood Lucet forks! She has upcycled a plastic fork for the purpose and it works like a charm. Pop over to her site to see how to use a Lucet fork and how you can make your own.

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  1. Thanks Rhonda for hosting and featuring my oversized crochet sweater I made. I hope you enjoy the week.