By Judith Skinner, Sarajane Helm
Duvet block designs and pieced best styles lend themselves superbly to millefiore cane making and different innovations utilized in polymer clay. recognized polymer clay artists Judith Skinner (creator of the «Skinner Blend»)and Sarajane Helm carry you this new a hundred and five web page complete colour publication jam-packed with wonderful photographs and transparent directions. The authors exhibit find out how to create notable cover styles in polymer clay! Many block styles are proven together with Amish Bars, Log Cabin diversifications, 9 Patch, Drunkards course and extra. colourful oven-cured polymer clay is used to create jewellery, miniatures, ornamental goods and extra. The Gallery part contains the paintings of many different polymer clay artisans. As an exploration of colour and development that is going some distance past the fundamental how-to, this ebook should be loved on many degrees.
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Weave in ends. Finishing With yarn needle, sew the 3 flowers together using the middle ring and then attach to the top of the seam of the main tube to finish. Weave in ends. Double your baby’s cuteness with this sweet and simple double pom hat! 25mm hook or size needed to obtain gauge • Stitch marker (optional) Gauge 12 sts and 13 rows in sc = 3" square Notes 1. The hat is worked from the bottom up. 2. For the portion of the hat that is worked continuously in the round, if you like, mark the first stitch of the round with a stitch marker for reference.
Round 2: Sl st to first stitch. In same stitch (ch1, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, ch1, sl st), *sl st to next stitch and in same stitch (ch1, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, ch1, sl st), repeat from * to complete 5 petals. Round 3: *Ch3, sl st to slip stitch created in between the petals, repeat from * around the flower. It can be in front of the petals, because it will form correctly and lie flat when finished. After completing the 5 ch3 sections, work right into the petals. Round 4: Sl st to first ch3 space, work (ch1, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, ch1, sl st) in space, *sl st to next ch3 space, work (ch1, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, ch1, sl st) in space, repeat from * to complete 5 petals.
Middle Flower Using Color A, ch3. Round 1: 8hdc in first chain (8 sts). Round 2: Working continuously in the round, 2hdc in each stitch (16 sts). Round 3: Ch4, sl st to same stitch, *ch4 in next stitch, sl st to same stitch, repeat from * to complete the round, sl st to first stitch of round to join. Fasten off and weave in ends. Top Flower Using Color A, ch3. Round 1: 8hdc in first chain (8 sts). Round 2: Ch4, sl st to same stitch, *ch4 in next stitch, sl st to same stitch, repeat from * to complete round, sl st to first stitch of round to join.
Adapting Quilt Patterns to Polymer Clay by Judith Skinner, Sarajane Helm