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Wednesday, 14 December 2016
SOME REALLY CUTE MINI CHRISTMAS ACCESSORIES-2
SOME REALLY CUTEMINI CHRISTMASACCESSORIES-2
In an earlier blog, I’ve made one
set of mini Christmas accessories.. but I found so many more beautiful things,
that I *just had to make* that this is the next blog on the same topic... and as I said in the earlier blog, there are more things on my *just must make* list for this Holiday Season.. so go ahead and save my blog link (add your email id and follow me) so that all further patterns will come straight to your mail box. Happy Holidays.
Materials used:Today I’ve used a combination of our lovely Indian knitting cotton
and metallic cotton yarns with a 1.3 & 1.75 mm mm crochet hook
Abbreviations used :
fsc : Foundation single crochet dc
: Double crochet
Hdc : Half
Double Crochet : yo, insert hk
into st ; yo (3 lps on hk), yo, draw through all 3 lps. One hdc made.
half double crochet :
A really lovely way to start a foundation row of chainless double crochet. This unique way of starting makes your
project even https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90iUfQ-_1IM
This is not a crochet project – it’s a craft
R-R-R one (Re-use, Recycle I mean)… and a ten minute project!
Materials Used :I’ve
used our Indian 4-ply acrylic yarn in white and red ; plastic bent straw of a
fruit juice box, or a larger bent straw for a larger candy cane ; glue.
Size : Length : 3.25”
This is a really easy-peasy one. So first I cut the folded portion of the
straw to mimic the size of a candy cane.
I then applied glue all over the plastic straw and neatly wrapped white
yarn all around it. (Yes, cotton is
always a good bet, but I had acrylic handy).
Once dried, I once again applied a thin line of glue along the top and
bottom edges, and rolled (diagonally) the red yarn to mimic the candy cane
stripe. Glue in all ends neatly. Allow to dry and ta-da.. ten minutes and you
got one done!
To attach, you could fashion a long loop with
either white yarn OR fancier gold yarn to hang it off the tree!
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