Saturday 10 September 2016

Dasterdly bracelet and knitting in focus

Hi there,

Time for another blog post. This could take a while as for some reason my fingers keep wanting to type A in place of E!!! grrrr. However I have a couple of things to share - not least of which is some more woolly critters:

 Fallen butterfly
 Somebody stole his stuffing!!! It was all over the path and half dragged through the shrubbery too.

 Bumblebee - slightly plucked

I also got my first Patty Pan squashes off the plant - we tried to stuff them but overcooked them slightly so they fell apart - so we made a bake with them instead lol.
Anyway, I wanted to share my bracelet with you today.

So I made this with little flower beads, which i threaded split rings through, with two seed beads placed to either side. I joined these together with a split pin threaded with seed beads, nd finished with a toggle clasp. It was sooo fidlly to get the split rings into the flower beads, due to the petals, and so I ended up pulling them apart rather than twisting, just to get them through the bead centre!

However, here it is all completed. I would like to enter it into the following challenges:
City Crafter #328 Inspiration photo

Always Playing with Paper #77 Teal, Coral and Yellow

Crafting by designs Anything Goes

I also have knitting as the technique in focus at the Crafting Techniques group, and here is my WIP so far:
What do you think it is going to be?

Stay tuned for some cross-stitching updates, and more woolly critters too!!

Thank you for looking,

Hugz Tinz


  1. Your bracelt is beautiful! And besides cards I love to see other projects for our challenge. This is fab! Thanks so much for joining us at CCCB!

  2. What great and varied projects you've been doing. Thanks for joining in at City Crafter.

  3. I love those funny shaped squashes! Never seen them before... And your bracelet is beautiful ... Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

  4. Beautiful bracelet and love your wooly critters -you could enter your bracelet in our challenge at
    Carol x


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