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Census figures for each type are shown in parentheses. Larger pieces may have been worn as armbands or legbands. A perfect addition to any lei greeting order! Blandin illustrates eight bracelets, currently in the Musé de l'Homme,which were excavated by a Colonial administrator near Goundam S. You can make a 6-strand braid if you want, but to keep things simple I just make a regular braid with 2 cords in each strand. What size end caps did you use for this bracelet?
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Can also be used to knit a leaf bookmark with fine yarn. Super bulky weight yarn. Designed by Susan B. Lace edged shawl with leaf motifs knit bottom up with a stockinette body.
Designed by Grace Karen Burns. Available in English and Portuguese. Baby layette with matching hat, jacket and booties featuring leaf lace motifs. Shawl collar wrapped front sweater with leaf lace on front and back with belt. Designed by Jordana Paige for Knitty. Handwarmers featuring leaf lace on the top and at the cuff. Designed by Vickie Hartog. Shoulder cozy knit with leaf lace. Knit flat and seamed. Designed by Nazanin S. This pattern was featured in Season 8 of Knit and Crochet Now!
Poncho featuring leaf lace vines and lace rib is knit flat in two panels and seamed. This sleeveless pullover features an 8 row repeat twining leaf stitch with another 8 row repeat lace hem on front and back. Designed by King Cole. Inspired by the character of Dr. Designed by Liz Abinante. This cuff with lace can also be adapted to trim socks, fingerless mitts, etc.
Designed by Monique Boonstra. Designed by Tamara Moots. Pictured project by jacquain who said the project took 4 hours. The leaf lacy motif reflects the name Vite grapevine in Italian. Sizes 30, 34, 38, This flattering sleeveless tank top is knit flat in two pieces and features overlapping construction and a leaf lace border.
Designed by Julie Turjoman. Designed by Michael del Vecchio for Universal Yarns, this vest features a leaf lace border. Knit with 2 strands of DK yarn held together. Approx 48 x 60 inches. Pullover poncho with easy dolman-style sleeves, funnel neck, and leaf lace panel. Designed by Berroco Design Team. This shoulder cozy is a quick knit and features leaf motifs and dropped stitch cables. Pictured cowl knit with one skein of worsted weight yarn. Designed by Grace McEwen. The versatile Ruffle pattern can be knit as a scarf, shawl, and cowl.
Edged with lace leaves, the wrap also features a leaf that fits through a slit in the wrap to hold it in place. A double leaf lace border frames garter stitch in this elegant scarf. Designed by Annie Modesitt. Pictured project by solaris. Top down shawl with garter stitch body with a leaf stitch lace border. Designed by Jen Lucas. Cozy little mitts with a beautiful embossed oak leaf.
Instructions are included for both a fingerless glove and fingerless mitten version. Drop stitches and a lace make this a uniquely exquisite scarf. You can knit in any weight of yarn. Worked top down in stockinette shaped with short-rows, the Beech Leaf Shawl features a wide, scarflike shape and a leaf-inspired lace edging.
Designed by Joan Forgione. This long sleeved pullover features leaf lace on the yoke. This kerchief with ties features a leaf lace pattern.
This matching hat and neckwarmer feature a twin leaf lace pattern. Designed by Rosemary Romi Hill. Get the knitting pattern at Etsy. Leaf clutch created by knitting two panels and sewing them together. Add a purse frame and lining to give your clutch a finished look.
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Cant wait to make several for birthday and holiday gifts: This might be a stupid question, but…when you put this on, it should wrap around the wrist several times and then clasp, right?
Adrianne, Where do I find the ring connector you use in this tutorial? Or any other similar items like that? If you are looking for the clasp, I get them here: If you are talking about the focal ring, there should be lots of similar things out there. I think this one came from Hobby Lobby. I was looking for something like this. How do I get on your site to get more projects like this?
Just wondering if you used wax coated twine. Going to buy supplies, and I want to make sure I get the correct kind. I will be whipping some up this […]. All right, if you read here regularly, then you probably remember the woven wrap bracelet from earlier this month. Easy Woven Wrap Bracelet.
Grapevine Earrings — Happy Hour Projects. Your email address will not be published. What you will need: Hemp or cotton twine I used cotton this time — you will need 6 strands that are inches long. Perfect for the warm weather coming! What are you wearing this spring? All tutorials and photos published at Happy Hour Projects are copyrighted. If you would like to feature my tutorial on your website or share it on your social media you may use one photo to feature, as long as you provide a link back to the original post.
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