Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Trio of Angels @2003 By N.L.Banks
1 ball Honeysuckle Article 2001 Cotton Metallic Dazzling Diamonds #401
1 ball America's Best Rayon Crochet Article #137 Vintage Gold #7
Size 4 crochet hook
3 3# wooden clothespins
1/8” wide red ribbon
1/8 lavender ribbon
Folkart Paint # 436 Engine Red just a dap
Folkart Paint #938 Licorice for eyes and mouth
Folkart Paint #901 Wicker White
# 8 Flat brush
Plastic paper plate to mix paint on
Glue gun, glue
Sewing needle, white sewing thread
1 pkg. Small mutli color and size beads
1 pkg. Small gold beading
1 pkg. Small silver beading
1 small red ribbon rose
1 small lavender beaded rose
3 small white doves
Use the 8 flat and mix white with a dab of red to make pink, paint head and shoulders of pin. set aside to dry. After dry, use the liner brush with Licorice, paint face on angels.
ch 13, join to form ring.Rd 1: ch 4, * skip 1 ch, 1 dc in next ch, ch 1, repeat from * around, join to ch 3, ch 3.
Rd 2: *2dc, ch 1, 2dc (shell made) in ch1 space, 1FPS around next dc, repeat from * around, join. (7 shells)
Divide for Wings:
Rd 3: slip stitch over to ch 1 sp, ch 3, 2dc, ch 2, 3dc in ch 1 space, (shell over shell), ch 1, FPS around next post, ch 1, 3dc, ch 2, 3dc in next ch 1 space (shell over shell made), ch 1, PFS around next post, ch 3, skip 2 shells, FPS around next post, ch 1, shell over shell, ch 3, skip 2 shells, FPS
Around next post, ch 1, join.
Rd 4: slip stitch over to ch 2, ( shell over shell, ch 1, FPS around post, ch 1, ) 2x, skip 1 ch, shell in next ch, ch 1, skip 1 ch, FPS around post, ch 1, shell over shell, ch 1, FPS around post, ch 1, skip 1 ch, shell in next ch, ch1, skip 1 ch, FPS around post, ch 1, join. (5 shells)
Rds 5-9 slip stitch over to ch 2 sp, *shell over shell, ch 1, FPS around post, ch 1, repeat form * around, join, after rd 9, fasten off. NOTE: the 2 shells repeats are the front of the angel.
For wings: Left wing:
Rd 1: attach thread to wing at back of wing, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 1, FPS post, ch 1, shell over shell, ch 1, FPS around next post, ch 4, turnRd 2; shell over shell, ch1, BPS around post, ch1, shell over shell, ch 1, BPS around ch 4 of row 1, fasten off. Repeat for right wing, Note: for right wing, attach thread to front of wing.
Attach rayon gold thread to any ch 2 sp of shell at back of dress, 3 sc in each ch 2 sp, sc in each dc of shell, in each ch 1 space, and top of post stitche around, join, fasten off. Repeat for each sleeve.
#1 Beaded Angel
Attach double knotted thread to any post on row 9, take several small stitches, thread 6 beads on needle, sew to next post forming a small loop, take another stitch or two to hold in place, repeat around dress. Attach knotted thread to center post at neck, thread 12 beads on needle, sew to post, forming loop, repeat once, fasten off. Run red ribbon through dc's on row 9, place dress on pin, tie ribbon in bow. Halo, sew 7 beads in a circle and glue to top of head.
#2 Rose Dove Angel.
Run red ribbon through dc's on row 1, put dress on pin and tie ribbon in knot, lay about 5 to 6 inches of gold beading on ribbon and tie, tie again, then tie in bow, glue small red rose on top on bow. Glue two doves to front of dress, and 1 to top of head.
# 3 Lavender Rose Angel
Run lavender ribbon through dc's of row 1, put dress on pin, and tie ribbon in knot, lay about 5 to 6 inches of silver beading on ribbon and tie, tie again, then tie in bow, glue small lavender rose on top on bow. Glue about 9 beads of the silver beading in a circle and glue to top of head.
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