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Knit Beaded Christmas Tree Pin - Pattern

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Intermediate

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Learn how to include beads in your knitting with this unique Christmas Tree pin knitting PATTERN! This short project is worked in all knit rows (garter stitch) and makes a great piece of jewelry or ornament. It's a lovely way to add Holly-Jolly-ness to your your holidays! This pattern includes -- The knitting pattern -- Info on how to thread the beads on the yarn -- What size beads and yarn to use -- How to do the long tail cast on with beads It's a short project, and adding the beads is simple once you get the hang of it. This same bead technique can be applied to scarves, bags, sleeves, bookmarks and more! It makes a great gift for the holidays or the angel fans in your life! Skill Level -- Intermediate: requires the ability to knit consistently, and to knit with size 10 crochet cotton on size 0 or 1 needles, Uses -- size 0 or 1 needles (not included in kit) Gauge -- 12 stitches = 1" (in size 10 crochet cotton) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a PATTERN and NOT a finished product. The pattern is a PDF file so you will need to be able to open PDFs. There are no refunds on PDF pattern files. This pattern is protected by copyright. Please do not rewrite, redistribute or resell this pattern in any form. You may use the pattern to make as many items as you would like for personal use, as gifts, or for charity. You may sale the finished product at local fairs but please refrain from selling online. I would appreciate it if you would let others know where they can purchase the pattern if they are interested. Thank you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY The ability to knit consistently, knit stitch only. To knit with size 10 crochet cotton on size 0 or 1 needles. GAUGE 12 stitches = 1 inch (looser stitches make a wider, lacey pin)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 128 seed beads, size 8/0: 72 Green, 38 Gold, 18 Red
  • 5 to 10 yards of size 10 crochet cotton
  • 1 pair US #0 straight needle (or size needed to achieve gauge)

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Unicorn Fiber Arts
Unicorn Fiber Arts
Unicorn Fiber Arts sells fiber arts supplies and kits, fiber related items, brewing kits and materials, and other cool stuff we enjoy doing. We sell at Society for Creative Anachronism Living History events in Southern California, at Griffin Dyeworks events, and online at http://UnicornFiberArts.com Debbie Coyle, Unicorn Fiber Arts owner and designer, has been involved with fiber arts for over 40 years. She teaches weaving (inkle and card), knitting, cross-stitch, spinning, kumihimo braiding, lucet cord making, potpourri, bath salts, and flavored vinegars, but she also enjoys crochet, needlepoint, Tunisian crochet, embroidery, beading, and loves learning new techniques. She can be found teaching crafts classes to all ages, including many classes at Griffin Dyeworks’ annual Fiber Retreats and one-day Fiber Frolics. Within the Society for Creative Anachronism, she has been received arts awards for kumihimo, lucet, inkle, herbal usage, brewing, and weaving. At the LA County Fair, Debbie has been recognized with blue ribbons for knitting and weaving, and red ribbons for spinning and crafting. To supply those many students with the proper materials, Debbie turned to making her own knitting, cross stitch, and kumihimo kits, and selling other fiber supplies.