|All beads except top one were strung on the chain shuttle, the top one was done with mock ring from Marilee's directions.|
|There are mistakes don't look too closely, Size 80 Lizbeth #676 fishing line to hang on hook is tied at top. Directions for tree at end of post|
|This is a small portion of a big box of mixed up beads. Reminds me of old times, glue on pine cones and rolling them in beads and sparkles for ornaments, I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas time :)|
|I pulled beads down from chain slightly(while making knots) so they have wiggle room on the tree and separated the beads with picots. 3 to 4 beads per chain.|
After searching for Christmas trees I found this tree with improved directions, from one of our dear departed tatter and thought I could share this sight with any one who missed it, she explains more
Love the tree! It looks great with all the beads. I'm off to find the pattern, whether for this year or next.ReplyDelete
I wished I had done my first one in larger thread it can get confusing if you don't follow the numbers and split rings.her smaller rings on inside like number 6 and 5 split rings I did 10 ds on each side and #'s 17 and 18 I did 8 ds. at the very top I made a clover with the top one being the mock ring. I strung on same number of beads but every picot was not a bead only 3 on all outer chains and did some enter chains with 4. if you notice most chains are 6 or seven picots, and son't ever forget to place 4 ds before and after picots on every chain and sung them down.ReplyDelete
An amazing tree and love the radom beads - must have a go at this, well one day!ReplyDelete
Thank You, I know some things we have to keep in mind for next year :)Delete
It's lovely, the mix of beads gives it a cheerful look!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous tatted and decorated Christmas tree!!!!!!!!! :)ReplyDelete
Oh thank you you are sweet!Delete
So festive and cheerful ! Love the beads, etc., and the pattern is superb, too.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the pattern link and your thoughts :-)
I can only see the 1st and last pics at present :-( Will come back to view again when I'm on the desktop.
Oh I know, it is odd viewing on phone, I just showed the beads are on loosely with a close up at starting stages.Delete
Love the tree and the beads etc, Great pattern, thanks for giving us the link, must try this pattern.ReplyDelete
I wish you and your family a very happy christmas
Oh thank you Margaret, I think you already downloaded this pattern years ago cause I saw where you left a comment! :)Delete
You Have a Wonderful Christmas Time!
Such a pretty tree! Good way to use bead soup. Thanks for the link. Happy Christmas to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Thank You, and I like the "bead soup" I have plenty of it :) the picture is just a little scoop from the pot of soup!ReplyDelete
He is a nice, good X-mas treeReplyDelete
Have a wonderful, well deserved X-mas with Richard, your Children and 3 grandchildren!! This will be garanteed fun!!
Bless you all!
Thank You dear Tally you too and a great New Year :)ReplyDelete
Das ist ein wunderschöner Christbaum!ReplyDelete
Thank You :)Delete
What a wonderful Christmas tree! I have plenty of beads, so maybe I'll give it a try. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Yes I am hoping many of us have a bead soup to make this tree look like an old fashion christmas. :)Delete
Goodness, pretty pretty and fun too! I wish I'd seen this before Christmas!ReplyDelete