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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Snowflakes With Buttons, Details


The size of button can very slightly and the snowflakes that are done are closer to camera.

If you notice the one on collar is small and works with tiny 80 and 100 size thread, and the lager one is from the middle of the shirt and uses size 40 or 30 or 50   pinned out with glue makes nice ornament!

The direction are above in picture, click to enlarge.

Have a wonderful Sunday! I also added written direction below.

Start with a ring of  6ds attach to button 6ds and close ring.
Then another ring or 6ds picot 6ds.
 chain 10ds.

now a clover-  first ring is 2p2p2p2 close ring, and second ring 3ds seperated by 3ps remember join this to side rings, then last r is same as first.

Then chain down with 10 ds and join to free ring p make another two rings like at beginning and then chain 20 and make clover and 20 back down to button rings. repeat and alternate with chains with 10 double stitches and 20ds..
 double stitches (ds) keep all rings by buttons the same and clovers the same. p for (picot), ring is (r) Enjoy

27 comments:

  1. A very pretty snowflake, thanks for sharing the stitch counts. I bought a small pack of white buttons for Jane's last TIAS. Now if I can just find where I put them, I will give this snowflake a try :)

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    1. I know that feeling :) I have got to get better organized.

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  2. Wat kun je dat toch schitterend maken zeg! Ik ben jaloers!
    liefs
    marianne

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  3. Great idea! I've got to get into my button box... : )

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    1. Buttons need a purpose don't they, I cut them off shirts and buy them, you could say I have a button problem :)

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  4. Gorgeous snowflakes, I really must try this snowflake thank you for the pattern
    Margaret

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  5. Last year I thought I would make one of these snowflakes but didn't must really try to make one or lots this year!! Yours are fab

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    1. You have lots of irons in the fire I completely understand, we are all just having fun!

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  6. I have a ton of buttons, so if I ever get around to my snowflakes, I'll be sure to try this out! Thanks for sharing the stitch count!

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    1. You also have plenty that you are doing and enjoy keeping up with your projects too!

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  7. So pretty! I must get back to tatting snowflakes again. They're so much fun to make.

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  8. Yea, I get into moods and just go with it :) this year I am in the mood early!

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  9. The picture won't click for me! - is there anything else I could do to be able to see it enlarged?

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    1. I can email you the picture and write the instructions my email is
      tennbrown@gmail.com :)

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  10. I wrote out instructions and updated if picture doesn't enlarge!

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  11. Thank'you for the explication!
    bye!

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  12. Oh good glad it helped remember only 3 rings in one button hole!

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  13. Thank You all for your words of encouragement !

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