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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Lace Snowflake With Button

I changed one button flake from last years flake by Lenka Hašková and easy to remember and fairly quick to make.

I used 2 different size buttons and size 40 thread. I put glue on it but did not need much. could have made it with out!

If you click on picture it should enlarge if interested in making this flake directions are typed over picture.

22 comments:

  1. Really pretty snowflake. I see the trefoils may be a little tricky since you don't make all three rings together.

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    1. Oh it is not tricky, only to look at. You start your ring attach to button and then close ring, then start another you are done (like a two petal clover) and begin your first chain, clover, chain, then attach chain to ring hanging off to side, and start your ring to attach to button, like the start.

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  2. Die Schneeflocken sind sehr schön!
    Lieben Gruss Cornelia

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  3. This is a very nice star! Here are some other http://maranciaki.pl/frywolitki_schematy.htm
    :-)

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    1. Thank you, yours are beautiful! I don't see where I can leave a comment I will keep looking :)

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  4. Oh oh do love your button flakes, started one last night carrying on from your idea when I saw them last year. But I have to say these are more beautiful so will try this one. Thank you so much for the pattern, how clever to have the instructions appear like that.

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  5. Oh thanks Sally, I looked under the picture and if said edit pisca and I clicked on it and then there there were many things to do to a picture including adding texts, so I had some fun!

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  6. Gorgeous snowflake !!! Thanks for sharing the pattern :-)

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  7. Gorgeous snowflake and thank you for sharing the pattern
    Margaret

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  8. Your welcome! It has been changing from year to year and I like this one best so far but did start with Frivolenka's buttons :)

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  9. I like your snowflake, Carollyn, but I don't understand its pattern. What is rs?

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    1. Tally, 'rs' here means Rings. 2 rings, each 6p6.
      I think this is an amazing working - a trefoil effect with only Two rings !!!

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    2. Thanks for answering her, my computer was down all day!

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  10. Very lovely snowflakes! I like how it works with the button. Nice!

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    1. It is a favorite quick flake that gives a home made look to such delicate lace.

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  11. Molto bello i pizzo chiaccherino che fai e molto originale. Complimenti!!!

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  12. I am sorry I was in a hurry to get the post out (took me forever to put the directions on it) and should have mentioned that yours was the original I made the variation from!

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