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By Sandra Salamony

A visible catalog for jewellery, bead artists and crafters who will enjoy the chance to have such a lot of principles at their fingertips to motivate their very own projects
This publication often is the moment quantity of Quarry's 1,000 series-an eye candy-laden follow-up to the very winning 1,000 Artist buying and selling Cards(Quarry, Spring 2007).

A exhibit of lovely jewellery bits and items, "bling" and gildings, will feed the artistic appetites of crafters and jewellery makers in all places. This moment craft assortment will supply colour, sparkle, texture, measurement, and smart, inventive use of fabrics. One piece of bijou may need a number of attractions to be highlighted: an vintage clasp, textured lampwork beads, and complicated knots.

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Then, with your first round, work either into the centre of the ring as if it were a chain space, or into the chain stitches themselves as normal. Continue in the pattern with the new ball of yarn. Once complete, weave in the tails of both colours to secure. At the end of the first round of any crochet piece, the first and last stitches need to be joined together to complete the circle. This is usually done by working a slipstitch into the top of the first stitch. Working in the round Sometimes, rather than working in rows, you will want to crochet in rounds.

Turn. Row 1: Ch3 (counts as tr), 2 tr into next st, *sk2, 3 tr in next st, rep from * ending sk2. Ss to top of initial ch3. Turn. Row 2: Ch3 (counts as tr), 2 tr into sp closest to ch3, *sk2, 3 tr in next sp, rep from * ending sk2.  Turn. Row 3–5: Repeat Row 2. Row 6: Ch3, tr in every stitch to the end of row. Fasten off. Abbreviations ch: chain Making up and finishing Stitch the short edges together with a darning needle to create a looped scarf. sk: skip sp: space ss: slip stitch st/s: stitch/es TIP tr: treble The chainless foundation is a much quicker way of starting a piece than making a long chain and then having to work back into every stitch, which can be tricky.

COOL BLUE GRANNY STRIPE Designed by Claire Wilson W e are sure this timeless granny stripe infinity, crocheted here in a calming ice blue, will become a firm favourite in this collection. The classic pattern forms a stylish and versatile scarf to see you through all seasons. Handy to carry in a beach bag when the sun disappears behind the clouds, or perfect paired with your favourite jumper in the chilly winter months, you’ll want to make one in every colour. ) Repeat from * making each tr into the ch of the previous stitch.

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