By Connie Ellison
<P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt" class=MsoNormal>Complete with 87 distinct stitches and 14 edgings, this all-in-one guide's crochet styles contain the multiples had to create the glance of the sew and translate them into new designs. sampler afghans are featured and will be made utilizing sew styles present in the e-book, which come with bobbles, shells, popcorn, ripple, textured, and open weave. every one layout deals a close-up colour photo plus directions and illustrations whilst wanted, making it an amazing addition to any crafter's reference library.
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Use one outside wire to string five 4mm CZ rounds, one hole of the focal bead, and five 4mm CZ rounds. repeat with the other outside wire. Use the center wire to string one 8mm CZ round and three 4mm CZ rounds. Figure 9 10 Figure 10a Figure 10b repeat Step 6, omitting the bead stringing. At this center point, when planning the bend to bring the bead wires back down into the bracelet bundle, it is very important to leave about 1 mm of negative space. (If using taller beads leave about 2 mm. ) when bending the bead wires, do not worry about where they are placed, as this can cause unnecessary damage to the wires as tools are repositioned and may be held too tightly (Figure 9).
6 roll the 3-stepped pliers until the lock end meets the straight end (Figure 18). 7 Figure 16 Insert the end of the flat-nose pliers between the legs of the hook, just under the actual curve. Grasp the leg being held and bend out at a 90˚ angle. remove the pliers, replace on the opposite leg, and repeat (Figure 19). 8 Place the end of one leg into the tips of the round-nose pliers and roll the pliers to form a loop under and to the side of the hook. repeat on the opposite leg (Figures 20 and 21).
1cm)pieceofsquarewiretomake asetoffivewrapstoshowoneachsideof thecenter,workingfromthemarksoutaway fromthecenter(Figure1). Be surethewrapsaredirectlyacrossfromeach other(Figure2). Usethebladetofoldthiswireupandover thewrapsonthesameside(Figure3). returntothe firstsideoftheringshapeandrepeatStep3 withthesecondwire(onewillbelargerthan theother)andrepeatonemoretimeonthe otherside,endingwithtworingspulledon eachside(Figure4).
101 Crochet Stitch Patterns & Edgings (Annie's Attic: Crochet) by Connie Ellison