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99 Floral Motifs to Crochet by Dianne Bee, Visit Amazon's Maggie Weldon Page, search

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Trim the edge into a curve 8. Begin by picking up five ruffles as counted from the right side of the suede, then pass through a filigree bead. II 10 Attach the lobster clasp to the remaining chain. 5 cm) long. 3 cm) tail. Tie the thread to the chain cut in the previous step (not the end with the clasp on it, obviously), making sure you pull the final set of ruffles tight as you make the knot. You're chic, sophisticated, and made to dance the Charleston-yet somehow the stars misaligned and you were born a century too late.

6 To make the second layer, begin by sewing two parallel rows of basting stitches along one of the long edges of the velvet. 7 cm) long. Stack the velvet on the third layer, parallel to and 14 inch (6 mm) away from the lower edge of the leather. Stitch everything together along the outer basting line on the velvet. Set aside. 4 cm) extending on each side. 9 cm) and stitch near the edge, encasing the chain as you do 8. 8 Gather the suede along the length of chain until it's the same length as the upper, concave curve of the four stitched-together pieces.

Position the bags containing the strands so three are on the left of the cord-at the left back, left side, and left front-and three are on the right-at the right front, right side, and right back positions O. In the illustration, these have been labeled 1 through 6, respectively. Mark your bags with the same numbers to help you keep them straight. 1111 1111111111111111111 An extra-long necklace Is so versatl Ie. Wear It as a single strand, double It, wrap It around the neck three times-you can even bind your wrist with It.

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