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5 1/2 hour Throw. [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically.

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Christmas Button Necklace - How to Make a Christmas Button Necklace With Crochet

This Christmas button necklace is made using festive red and green embroidery floss. A gorgeous damask-inspired button is the focal point. If you're looking for homemade Christmas gift ideas, this is a great project to consider - especially if you're on a tight budget. The materials are very affordable, but the finished project doesn't look cheap. This is a gift you can make with love, and proudly give to friends and loved ones.

This necklace is a variation of my layered flower necklace. Layered Flower Necklace – Free Crochet Pattern. Supplies: Crochet Hooks: Sizes D and E, or size needed to obtain gauge.

Layered Flower Necklace – Free Crochet Pattern

For the Choker Band, You Need: 2 skeins of embroidery floss in color A 2 skeins of embroidery floss in color B A pair of snaps or a pretty button to form the closure For the Flower Embellishment, You Need: 1-2 more skeins of embroidery floss in colors that coordinate with colors A and B above. You can find appropriate flowers and brads in the scrapbooking aisle at the craft store. Metallic Beaded Crochet Bracelets – Free Crochet Pattern With Instructions for How to Make Metallic Beaded Crochet Bracelets. Skill Level: Easy – but be aware that the fiber used for this project can be a bit challenging to work with.

Metallic Beaded Crochet Bracelets – Free Crochet Pattern With Instructions for How to Make Metallic Beaded Crochet Bracelets

Materials: This is a general materials list. I’ve created several different bracelet samples, which all require different supplies. Free Crochet Pattern for a Beaded Necklace With Dichroic Glass Pendant. Project Description: Larger Necklace Photo: Supplies: Dichroic Glass Pendant: The focal point of this necklace is a sparkly handmade dichroic glass pendant.

Free Crochet Pattern for a Beaded Necklace With Dichroic Glass Pendant

My pendant features a gorgeous array of colors in shades of aqua, blue, turquoise, orange and peach. These pendants are handmade and no two are exactly alike. Where to Buy Dichroic Glass Pendants: Check your local phone directory to see if there are any artists in your area who make and sell dichroic glass pendants.See handmade dichroic glass pendants from independent sellers at Etsy. Bead Studio - Best Selection of Beads, Charms & Beading Supplies. * Basic Resin Casting. In this tutorial, you will learn about basic resin casting - the types of resins, how to measure them and how to work with them.

* Basic Resin Casting

You will also learn about different types of molds and how to mix them. What you need Resin Measuring Tools Disposable Mixing bowl or cup Disposable tools Suitable mold Cooking Spray Straw Items for Embedding Instructions. Jingle bracelets. Hotmail - - Windows Live. Hope Bracelet. Temple Bells Earring Pattern by Mary Bailey. Designed by Mary W.

Temple Bells Earring Pattern by Mary Bailey

Bailey © 2010 Skill Level: Beginner Technique: Wire Wrapping with Chain While I was researching a book on Tibetan jewelry, I became fascinated with their style of temple bells. Thinking about how to recreate these ornamental instruments, I thought, Aha! Materials 1 6" piece 20-, 21-, or 22-gauge round half hard wire wire 1 6¾" segment Fine Chain 2 3mm round smooth beads 2 4mm round smooth beads 2 decorative bead cones 2 Ear wires Tools Instructions Following Sherrie's tutorial on Cutting Chain, cut two each of the following chain lengths: 1¼", 1", ⅝". Free Wire Jewelry Patterns Did you find this pattern through a link from a friend? (106 unread) Yahoo! Mail, carterlysa. Bright Color Bangles from Plaid. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").

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