Leanne Mardesic

Leanne Mardesic

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3 Best Eye Exercises For Astigmatism

Are you suffering from astigmatism? Is your vision poor and is your eye health deteriorating? Here are a few eye exercises for Astigmatism to help cope with the ailment and accelerate the recovery.

It's getting warmer which means you'll be out in the sun more. Protect your eyes!

It's getting warmer which means you'll be out in the sun more. Protect your eyes! Purchase SOLO sunglasses and fund eye care for people in need

Top seven eye vitamins - Dr. Axe http://www.draxe.com #health #holistic #natural

These vitamins are your best bet in protecting your eyes against age-related vision issues and dangerous eye conditions. Learn about the top 7 vitamins that should be in your diet!

What foods are good for your eyes #infographic #EyeCare

Food for your Eyes (Infographic) and other vision news and information from NaturalEyeCare

Rag rug tutorial

silly old suitcase: DIY-Tutorial; gehaakte vaas, pot of mand.crocheted vase, pot or basket.i am doing a floor mat using an old skirt and bits of a quilt cover Margie

Crocheting Ideas | Project on Craftsy: Waves of Pink Baby ...

Shells of Love Crocheted Baby Blanket - *Inspiration* or you can buy the pattern. Change out colors for each row then add a cute edge of double crochets, or single crochets. Add a final shell stitch row to create the scalloped edge and your finished.

Gorgeous crocheted blanket. Just brilliant.

As-We-Go Stripey Blanket - love her method of concealing all the ends! Little woollie: mixed stripey blanket - the end - TADAH!

afghan | not your average crochet

Love this take on the stripey blanket pattern. Great for a baby blanket - lots of color and different patterns mixed. ***Stitches / Hannah tutorial included in instructions ***

need to make one of these for our lounge.... great quick project for squares

Inspiration :: Chair caddy, from 'Quick-Stitch Crochet' pamphlet by Maggie Weldon - gift idea for DFIL

Granny strip blanket

Granny Stripe Free pattern from the oh so kind Lucy from Attic 24 - she's a star!