By Sophie Britten
Crochet jewellery takes crochet and beading in an entire new course. the result's crocheted cord mesh and bead chokers that appear like filigree, daisy chain necklaces, metal yarns crocheted into arm cuffs, and pom pom brooches. the diversity is outstanding (rings, hair barrettes, chokers, necklaces, rings, bracelets, arm cuffs, bangles, brooches), the designs pleasant and interesting. as well as the 35 tasks, there's an introductory part that covers, in step by step, photographically illustrated element, the entire crochet and jewelry-making suggestions you want to comprehend to accomplish those tasks.
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Starting in the center and working to the edges, stitch around each fused shape 1/8"–1/4" from edges as shown in Figure 2. Trim all loose threads when finished. /8"–1/4" 1 Tip Figure 2 3. After all shapes have been stitched, stitch a freemotion design to fill in the surrounding background space. Note: Figure 3 shows several easy quilt-design ideas that will work well in this type of project. Trim backing and batting even with the top. If you want to move or replace a fabric that has already been fused, simply warm it with the iron to soften the adhesive, allowing you to peel it off.
1. Prepare templates for A, D, G and H pieces. 2. Using the templates, cut G and H pieces as directed on patterns from batik scraps. 3. Using the A and D templates, cut 150 A hexagons and 12 D half-hexagons from the squares of batik scraps. 4. Cut six 11/2" x 43/4" B strips from each of 150 (11/2" x 42") strips; set aside remainder of strips for pieced border. 5. Cut six 11/2" x 53/4" C strips from each of 150 (11/2" x 42") batik strips; set aside remainder of strips for border pieces. B Hexagon Delight 91/8" x 77/8" Finished Block Make 150 Cutting Half-Hexagon 91/8" x 4" Finished Block Make 12 • Batik scraps for G and H pieces • 162 assorted batik scraps at least 5" square for A and D pieces • 324 assorted 11/2" x 42" batik strips or scraps • Assorted 21/4" x 10"–20" batik scrap strips to total 465" when joined for binding • 31/8 yards coordinating batik for borders • 101/8 yards backing • Batting 118" x 120" • Thread • AccuQuilt Go!
Cut fabric scraps to completely cover numbered spaces on a copy with at least a ¼" margin around each one. Note: You can make an extra copy of each paper-piecing pattern and cut the sections apart to use as guides. Place cut sections on the wrong side of the fabric scraps with the letter sides facing up as shown in Figure 2a. Cut around shapes, adding at least a ¼" seam all around. /4" 1 A1 Figure 2a 4. With the printed side of an A paper pattern facing you, fold along each line of the pattern (Figure 3a), creasing the stitching lines.
Crochet Jewelry: 35 Fantastic Pieces of Jewelry to Make Wear by Sophie Britten