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1 September 2020

A Spiral Snowflake

Here's the last post about the Spiral Snowflake.

This is NOT how I envisaged the snowflake turning out AT ALL.  I am going to have to play further with the idea which is still lodged within the dark depths of BC3's muddled old brain!!!  I was wanting something quite  different but . . . . . . .

Anyway, here's the link to the pattern and I would just like you all to wish BC3 'bon voyage' as he sets off on another attempt to produce what I WANT!!!!








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7 comments:

Phyllis said...

It is a lovely pattern even if it is not what you envisioned. Sending good vibes for BC3 to play nice for you.

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I like it very much! I envision it in blue! ;-)

Jane Eborall said...

Thanks, Phyllis!!!
Now why doesn’t that surprise me, Diane?!?!?

Jane McLellan said...

Blogger doesn’t want me to comment. I do like the look of the spirals. Do the arms maintain their shape when it’s hung up?

Jane Eborall said...

Yes they do, Jane. They are very stiff so don’t really need ironing even and I’ve not bothered to stiffen them at all.

God's Kid said...

It's a fabulous snowflake even if it's not what you were wanting!! ;) :)

Marilee Rockley said...

Pretty snowflake and it could also be a flower. Thank you for posting the pattern and your explanation of the Reverse Join. Brilliant!

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