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Sharon McCartney.  Beautiful presentation for such delicate subjects.

Sharon McCartney. Beautiful presentation for such delicate subjects.

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Juicy Colours Necklace - LOLLIPOP -  Textile Jewellery by MaterialAtelier

Juicy Colours Necklace - LOLLIPOP - Textile Jewellery by MaterialAtelier

MIRIAM VERBEEK

MIRIAM VERBEEK

Extravagant hand felted scarf with stunning by sassafrasdesignl, $155.00

Extravagant hand felted scarf with stunning by sassafrasdesignl, $155.00

Fabric Cuff Hand Embroidered Circles and Lace Bamboo by Waterrose, $87.00

Fabric Cuff Hand Embroidered Circles and Lace Bamboo by Waterrose, $87.00

Irene Scarf by Elizabeth Rubidge: Silk and Wool Scarf available at www.artfulhome.com

Irene Scarf by Elizabeth Rubidge: Silk and Wool Scarf available at www.artfulhome.com

Untitled, N211 2015 9″ x 7″ x .75″ merino wool fiber, cotton thread; needle and wet felting techniques, free-motion machine embroidered photo credit: Steve Mann sold

Untitled, N211 2015 9″ x 7″ x .75″ merino wool fiber, cotton thread; needle and wet felting techniques, free-motion machine embroidered photo credit: Steve Mann sold

Green multi loop necklace- Combines crocheting and sewing *Inspiration*

Green multi loop necklace- Combines crocheting and sewing *Inspiration*

Noro Stole - *Inspiration* or you can buy the pattern through the attached link. It looks like you would just ch a ch row as long as you want the stole to be. You need to end up with a dc row that has a number of stitches that is a multiple of 6 + 3. You will dc the first row to the end, ch 4 (counts as first tr), turn, tr in first 2 dc, *ch 3, sk next 3 dc, tr in next 3 dc* repeat from * to * across. 3rd row and ea odd number row will be all dc (dc in ea tr and 3 dc in ch 3). Use a thick…

Noro Stole - *Inspiration* or you can buy the pattern through the attached link. It looks like you would just ch a ch row as long as you want the stole to be. You need to end up with a dc row that has a number of stitches that is a multiple of 6 + 3. You will dc the first row to the end, ch 4 (counts as first tr), turn, tr in first 2 dc, *ch 3, sk next 3 dc, tr in next 3 dc* repeat from * to * across. 3rd row and ea odd number row will be all dc (dc in ea tr and 3 dc in ch 3). Use a thick…