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#Repost @tinkerbellin_ren

#Repost @tinkerbellin_renklidunyasi (@get_repost) 2 zincir cekerek ucuncu siraya geciyoruz. Ikinci sirada yaptigimiz kesmelere kadar trabzan orerek devam ediyoruz. Ikinci siradaki 12 trabzani yine ayni sekilde keserek 6 trabzana dusuruyoruz. Devam ederek zincirin uzerine cc kapatiyoruz. . . . #tinkerbellileoruyoruz #birlikteryoruz . . #orgu#orguoyuncak#crochetknitting#rg#motif#blanket#battaniye@10marifet#bere#bebekbattaniyesi#tigisi#hook#yarn#bebekpatii#patik#handmade#bebekpatigi#crochetaddict@alize.elorguiplikleri#rgceket#penyeip#sevgiyleryorum#boyunluk#evbotu@nakoiplikleri#bebekpatigi#kinitting#like4likes#bere#makosen

Been about 4 months since

Been about 4 months since i went and got maintenance done :) Been working off and on all day on my own tightening and got three rows total done the first top row and the bottom two rows in back! My loctition finishes my whole head in an hour my arms are so tired, definitely won't be doing this again unless necessity haha just wanted to prove to myself that I could tighten my own head if needed. Don't plan on staying in Illinois forever Plan on having these babies forever tho #dreads#dreadlocks#maintenance#tightening#crochet#hook#locked#hooked#dreadies#hair#ladieswithlocks#loctitionsarewellworthit#exhausting

Selamlar Efenim
Dn havann

Selamlar Efenim Dn havann biraz serinlemesinden bir frsat bulan baak kendini ipide alr Sonra renk renk olan kat ipler ona gz krpar Tabi ki dayanamayp alr ve sonunda evde sanki hi yarim i yokmu gibi birde buna balanr Maymun itahllk deil de nedir Oval taban olduunu gryorsunuz anta olmak icin sabrszlanan iple benim imtihanm Zor anacmzor kat ip kolay deil bana gre zor Ama yine receim ok elenceli Buradan kat iple anta ren rgcgillere sevgiler sayglar #handmade #haken #ganchillo #hook #virka #knitsofinstagram #crochetsofinstagram #katanta #katip #kagitcanta #art #design #rgmseviyorum #birlikterelim #sevgiyleryoruz #crochet #crocheting #knitting #like #likeforlike

An extract on #hook

Bagging hook, a large sickle or reaping hook used for harvesting grain Bondage hook, used in sexual bondage play Cabin hook, a hooked bar that engages into an eye screw, used on doors Cap hook, hat ornament of the 15th and 16th centuries Cargo hook (helicopter), different types of hook systems for helicopters Crochet hook, used for crocheting thread or yarn Drapery hook, for hanging drapery Dress hook, fashion accessory Fish hook, used to catch fish Flesh-hook, used in cooking meat Grappling hook, a hook attached to a rope, designed to be thrown and snagged on a target Hook (hand tool), also known as longshoreman's hook and bale hook, a tool used for securing and moving loads Hook-and-eye closure, a clothing fastener Hook and loop fastener Lifting hook, for grabbing and lifting loads Mail hook, for grabbing mail bags without stopping a train Meat hook, for hanging up meat or carcasses of animals in butcheries and meat industry Prosthetic hook or transradial prosthesis, part of a prosthetic arm for amputees Purse hook, used to keep a woman's purse from touching the floor Shepherd's hook (or crook), a staff used in herding sheep or other animals Siege hook, an Ancient Roman weapon used to pull stones from a wall during a siege Tailhook, used by aircraft to snag cables in order to slow down more quickly

The fish hook or similar device has been made by man for many thousands of years. The world's oldest fish hooks (they were made from sea snails shells) were discovered in Sakitari Cave in Okinawa Island dated between 22,380 and 22,770 years old. They are older than the fish hooks from the Jerimalai cave in East Timor dated between 23,000 and 16,000 years old, and New Ireland in Papua New Guinea dated 20,000 to 18,000 years old. An early written reference to a fish hook is found with reference to the Leviathan in the Book of Job 41:1; Canst thou draw out leviathan with a hook? Fish hooks have been crafted from all sorts of materials including wood, animal and human bone, horn, shells, stone, bronze, iron up to present day materials. In many cases, hooks were created from multiple materials to leverage the strength and positive characteristics of each material. Norwegians as late as the 1950s still used juniper wood to craft Burbot hooks. Quality steel hooks began to make their appearance in Europe in the 17th century and hook making became a task for specialists.

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