I love Mermaids, so of course, I had to design a Mermaid for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along.
There are several ways to make her- you can use either triangles or dewdrop shapes for her fins and you can do the more tightly shaped lower body on the left or the wider body on the right.
If you don’t like the ‘Fairy Hair’ option, you can use the Dewdrop shape for her hair.
Here’s the video showing how to make the Teneriffe Lace Mermaid:
The Teneriffe Lace Weave Along continues with a Teneriffe Lace Angel.
I have always loved paper dolls, and when I was designing this angel and the fairy from the previous 2 posts, I felt like I was making Teneriffe Lace paper dolls!
The Teneriffe Lace Angel can be hung in a window or on a wall or in a plant or a Christmas tree or they can become part of a freeform lace project or stitched to a bag or pillow or curtain or garment….
The sky is the limit… wherever they take your imagination!
The components that are used to make the Teneriffe Lace Angel are all shown in how to videos in previous installments of the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along: L I N K S
Here’s the how to video:
And, here is the link to purchase the looms that I designed and Dewberry Ridge Looms makes:
I am thrilled to bits…. a lady on Ravelry found a link to Knitting Today archives.
This means that people who are looking for patterns for Edward and Anastasia teddy bears (that I designed for Knitting Today) can now get the patterns online.
I can’t send them out because the publisher owns the copyright.
I did a LOT of designing for Knitting Today, so there are lotsa other patterns in there from me, too.
Here’s the link: https://archive.org/search.php?query=knitting%20today
I also searched for ‘Your Knitting Life’ which was a different title to the same magazine, and the Yellowstone Edward and Anastasia came up:
In my last post, I showed how to make a Teneriffe Lace Fairy.
The video got so long that I decided to make the ‘Hair making’ video separately.
And, so, here’s the video showing how to make the hair for the Teneriffe Lace Fairies 🙂
The links for all the videos in the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along is L I N K
The Teneriffe Lace Fairy is today’s installment of the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along.
I loved designing her and hope that you will enjoy making her.
She’s beautiful when made in other colors, as well as in plain white or ecru.
The Teneriffe Lace Fairy is woven on both the square Teneriffe Lace Loom and the Triangular Teneriffe Lace Loom.
The wings are made by using the ‘how to’ for the second Teneriffe Lace Butterfly: LINK
Here’s the how to video:
The complete list of all the how to videos for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along is at LINK
To buy the looms from Dewberry Ridge Looms, please go to: LINK
People have been asking for links to the ‘3 Sisters’ Looms- The Thumbelina, Mollie Whuppie and Vasilisa looms that I designed and Gary and Donna McFarland of Dewberry Ridge Looms build so beautifully.
I adore these looms…. especially the Thumbelina!
Here’s the link to purchase the looms from Dewberry Ridge Looms : LINK
And, here’s where I first introduced the looms: LINK
Videos: URLS FOR TAPESTRY TECHNIQUES:
Tapestry on the Vasilisa Mollie Whuppie and Thumbelina looms:
Note: The techniques are all the same for all 3 looms:
Thumbelina Loom happiness
URLS FOR VIDEOS OF PROJECTS
for the Thumbelina Loom,
but techniques transfer to Mollie Whuppie and Vasilisa:
STAR BABY instructions:
OCTOPUS PATTERN ON ETSY:
The Teneriffe Lace Weave Along continues with the second Teneriffe Lace Butterfly.
It’s woven using both the triangular and square Teneriffe Lace looms that I designed and Dewberry Ridge Looms makes (beautifully!)
To purchase the looms, please go to: LINK
Here’s the video for how to make the second Teneriffe Lace Butterfly:
The links to all of the installments of the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along are at: LINK