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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Pinterest Pinchick's Pick, of February

My friend Let ( click on her name) who has a wonderful blog, and is multi talented like most of you all.  She recently did some wood burning for jewelry.  I do dabble in this when I make my bunny shuttles, but never very large projects.  I see Let only on the Internet, with our blogs and Pinterest we run into each other.

You start with drawing a picture in pencil 

Then slowly dot your way, starting with the part of the picture the is not the most important so you will learn how quickly your wood burns (each type burns different times)
Make tiny dots to start cause the hot burner will slide too fast and get away from you!

Now I am ready for cooking.   This wood burning is called "Pyrography" there are many beautiful spoons out there on Pinterest!
And Yes I did finish my Pinterest Pinchicks pick from Instagram it is a free pattern from tattingweed it was pinned on Pinterest and having trouble sending to blog so have the screen shot. This pattern was a joy to tat I just misplace the thread and could not finish it oooops

 Have a wonderful week and stop in on the other pinchicks to see what they have created or become one your self, here are some you Pick pins to do at the end of every month  Starting with our leader
Suzanne, and then Margaret   Have a wonderful day what ever you are up to!

27 comments:

  1. Beautiful doily ! I love the colours you chose, and their placement - like a large rose.
    Okay, this pyrography is new to me - looks fascinating!
    Guess what - by pure chance I used a pin from one of my albums for today's post, even though I am not part of the challenge this year :-P

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  2. Oh thanks muskaan, your a doll and everyone needs a break and do different things I want to join the 25 challenge but never get round to it :( I got to run over and check out what your are up to today πŸ˜„

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  3. Beautiful doily, I too saved this pattern and yet to do it, yours is beautiful.
    Now Carollyn you jumped ahead its every other month next. Pin chicks blog is 31st March. I only started mine yesterday for end of March
    I have seen wood burning designs but never tried it, I know your bunny shuttles are beautiful and this spoon is lovely. I look forward to seeing more of this work.

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    1. Ooooops I forgot you all said that, I was rushing along and wanted to add more to the bird like tree and maybe nest, silly me😦

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    2. Not to worry, Don't forget 31st March
      I do like that doily now I have seen it made its in my wish list but I have a large project to do so tatting on pin challenge may have to wait after March and be something else while I do the project.
      Have a nice day

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  4. I wouldn't be brave enough to do wood burning. It has a lot of possibilities, I will have to just admire your work! Love the doily, it's classic and beautiful.

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    1. I feel the same about your knitting and spinning πŸ˜„πŸ’ŸπŸ˜„

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  5. Lovely doily, also I like the little vase near there. I've never tried pyrography, thank you for explaining, you made it look easy to do

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    1. Oh thankyou I can't remember if I blogged about the vase, but I used a clear ribbon and sewed a steem for flower down first and the cut out vase shape, the ribbon had that gold on it to start with so I didn't have to cover those two ends. You will have to give it a try

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  6. Cudna ptaszyna. Serwetka tez mi siΔ™ podoba.

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  7. I used to pyrography wooden spoons about 15 years ago and then put bows and ribbons on them. They were for weddings, Christenings etc. It does require a steady hand, I like the way you have done your wooden spoon. I have also used pyrography for shuttles but have not been so successful as they are so small

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  8. Oh that is very interesting I saw some pretty carved ones on Pinterest that they said were for weddings and I love that idea. And you giving them as gifts for other things to sounds wonderful. I love this idea and want to make some for gifts too, I guess the possibilities are endless πŸ˜„πŸ’ŸπŸ˜„ thanks for the input I love how we all can share information at great distance service it greatπŸ˜„πŸ’ŸπŸ˜„

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  9. Sweet patten. Love your colour choices.

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  10. Thanks I was unsure about it but the more I did it the more I liked it!

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  11. Carollyn: wonderful work! Thank you for your friendship, you are very special blog friend!
    let

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  12. You are sweet and always make blogging and Pinterest fun πŸ’ŸπŸ˜„πŸ’Ÿ

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  13. Thank you Nurdan πŸ˜„πŸ’ŸπŸ˜„

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  14. Very nice the burning technique, and the tatting work!
    have a good weekend
    sabrina

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  15. Thanks so muchπŸ˜„πŸŒΈπŸ˜„

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