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Chain-Free Crochet Made Easy by Judy Crow

By Judy Crow

This new e-book from apartment of White Birches teaches you beginning stitches - a simple and enjoyable method with the intention to make the basis chain and the 1st row of stitches whilst. It contains nearly 70 tasks from presents models to child and residential decor.

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2. When the focal area is beaded, randomly add a bead here and there around the print. It’s really not necessary to worry about how neat the back is, because it will be covered later with backing. However, don’t let it get too lumpy from knots that will ruin the feel of your card. Notice that the last few beads on the tail are not done. These will be added after the edge is complete. Free-motion stitch outline with metallic thread, and then fill in the wings. Back of stabilizer with beading completed 34 Embellishing with Anything Backing the ATC 1.

These leaves can also be made of cotton, but I prefer the sparkle. 2. Refer to Cutting and Piecing Curved Seams, page 12, for instructions on this piecing technique. Piece the fabric, creating curved seams, until the width of the background is about 20˝ wide. This background is meant to represent tree bark, so it should have lots of random curves. Keep in mind that the next part of the process will take up some of that width. Audition leaf fabrics on background. Ginkgo Leaves Wallhanging 53 1. Prefuse the leaf fabric following the directions for Double-Fused Fabrics, page 14.

Hand-felting needles are very sharp and can cause you to bleed on your project if you don’t pay very close attention. Use with extreme caution! leftover paint tip I often make these little felt balls in white and set them aside on my painting table. When I am done painting another project, I wet the woolen beads and pour leftover paint over them. This uses leftover paint that would otherwise be discarded, while also providing a variety of colored beads. 6. When the ball is finished, roll it under the palm of your hand against the foam surface.

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