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Monday, December 2, 2013

Second Day in December

Snow flake in an hour, really!

Inspired by FrivoLenka on Frivolenka's blogspot
start with clover rings 6 double stitch (ds) picot 6 close ring
then 8 ds attach to 1/2 inch 4 hole button, 8 ds close ring (cr)
another 6 ds p 6 ds cr
chain 18 ds and Josephine knot 8,1/2 ds close ring
chain 18,start another clover connecting 6 p 6 rings and 8 p 8 connect at button, 2 in each hole.
That's it !

Pin to board I used "Becon" (brand name)
Fast Finish Decoupage it's a thin clear acid free stuff., or use 1/2 cup sugar and little less than 1/2 cup water boiled 2 minuets, cool and dip.

16 comments:

  1. Very pretty, thanks, I'll try that. You can also use diluted craft glue to stiffen - it dries clear and doesn't attract insects.

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    1. I will try that next, I am experimenting this year because last year what I use yellowed and so I am trying three different kinds and going to save them and see! Your kind will make #4

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  2. Really so pretty and using a button - fantastic!

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    1. Stay tuned, I got more button ones coming up I had fun with them!

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  3. Beautiful! much has been achieved! A little different than I have and I greatly enjoy. Thank you.

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    1. I finally get it to look like yours on the 12 day of December!

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  4. I don't know why, but I can tell that you love doing this!!

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  5. Beautiful. They'd make lovely ornaments too it looks like.

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  6. Wow! That's cool... a snowflake in an hour! I love it!

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  7. Wow I love that snowflake, and using a button I think I must find time to try it, thanks you for sharing the pattern
    Margaret

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  8. Lovely snowflake and I think the button gives it a bit of weight.

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  9. It was really fun and your right the button does give it weight, kinda different!

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