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Antique Satin and Lace Ornament
HeartStrings knitting pattern #A81
Fine lace knitted with unbleached linen and pearl seed beads against white satin suggests the look of an antique ornament. Use this pattern as written to decorate a commercial ornament ball, or just as a jumping-off point using your favorite lace edging. Makes a nice heirloom gift and remembrance for the holidays.
Complete Kit (includes pattern; make your choice of ball color and thread when placing order)
Supplies Pak (no pattern; materials only - make your choice of ball color and thread when placing order)
Size 20 crochet thread or equivalent, 10/0 seed beads, US 1 needles, commercial satin or glass ornament. Shown in 35/2 unbleached linen thread and pearl beads. Written stitch instructions.
Instead of attaching the hand-knit beaded lace edging to a commercial satin ornament ball, Mary M used a felted wool ball made by her daughter. How lovely and what I great idea, too, don't you think? Thank you Mary for sharing.
p.s. I did ask Mary if her daughter made the felt balls for sale, but she does not. So you're on your own to make them yourself or buy from one of the sellers on Etsy selling wool dryer balls.
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