25 June 2019

Bauble bell number 2

This one is using the same basic silver thread but with another pretty variated shiny thread. 

Oh, did you want the pattern? Well it’s been here for a long time and has a sneaky way of finishing off the last round without having lots of ends to sew in. Just two - as you’d normally get.

Sorry about the pictures but the sheer shininess of them makes it so difficult to get good photos.


Maureen said...

These always make me think of tiny hats for the gumnut babies from the Australian Classic Snugglepot and Cuddlepie! I would love to be able to make them, unfortunately the bobble technique was a step too far. If you ever go to Craftree, Jane, have a look at the winning bookmarks from the Queensland Tatters Lace Challenge for 2019. The geisha girl is stunning, but the flowered vine has a peapod at the end of the tail, and inside the pod there are three tiny peas! Sarah said she had made them using the bobble method. I have never seen anything like it.

Jane Eborall said...

I only go to Craftree once in a while, Maureen. Just been there to look for the bookmarks and can’t find them. I find the site impossible to use. If you can send me a link I’ll go back and have another look.
Bauble making is easy - after the first one!!!

God's Kid said...

Another great bell!! :)

Madtatter80 said...

Fantastic, and your such a tease with your patterns 😁💐😁

Anonymous said...

Ooh, the color(s) alone are drool-worthy! Gorgeous little bell. Love the beads....the shape....the color, the shine...everything about it!

Alka Gudadhe said...

Nice work

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