Project 2 in the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along is a lace mask:
For the Weave Along, you will need to make:
Please go to LINK for the links to all the instructions to make the triangles, circles and squares in Teneriffe Lace.
Here is the template for the mask:
Here’s how the motifs look when they are laid out on the template:
And, here is the video showing how to make the Teneriffe Lace Mask:
Happy Lace Making! 😀
Here’s the first project in the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along- The Heart:
In the video, I’ll show you how to stitch the Teneriffe Lace shapes together to make the Heart.
You’ll also learn how to fill in gaps between shapes.
Here’s the video:
Here’s the link to the post that has all the videos in the Weave Along: LINK
One of the foundation shapes for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along is the Triangle:
Here’s the video on how to make the Triangle:
Here’s the link for the post that has all the links for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along: LINK
The Circle is one of the foundation shapes for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along.
Here’s the video showing how to make the Circle in Teneriffe Lace:
To find all the links for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along, please go to LINK
To purchase the Teneriffe Lace looms, please go to LINK
The Dewdrop motif is one of the foundation shapes in the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along.
Here’s the video showing how to weave it:
And here’s the link to the list of all the links for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along LINK
There are 4 ‘Foundation’ shapes (and a bunch of supplemental shapes) for the Teneriffe Lace projects that I have designed to be made using 2 tiny looms that are available from Dewberry Ridge Looms. (see the link below for info to order the looms)
Today’s installment in the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along is ‘How to Weave the Basic Square Teneriffe Lace Motif’:
For the complete list of posts in the Weave Along, please click on the link below…. note that it is constantly being updated.
To make Teneriffe Lace, you need to have a flat, sturdy pin cushion that the loom sits on.
Here’s the list of equipment and materials that you’ll need to make your Teneriffe Lace Pin Cushion:
1- Corrugated cardboard
2- Sharp craft knife (do NOT use dull knives and always cut away from yourself)
3- A cutting board
5- Fabric and felt to cover the pin cushion and to make the base
6- Needle and Thread
1- Cut 8 circles of cardboard that are 4 inches/10 cm in diameter for the larger pincushion for your square loom.
2- The triangle loom works fine on a 3 1/2 inch/8.75 cm diameter pin cushion. Cut 8 circles of corrugated cardboard for this pin cushion. Note- in the video, I only cut 6 for the smaller pin cushion, which is okay, but 8 circles are better.
Now, the video shows how to put it all together:
This is the start of the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along – please click on the subscribe button on YouTube, and tap the little bell icon to receive notification when I post the videos.
And, of course, if you subscribe to this blog, you’ll receive notification of the new installments.
Happy Lace Making! ❤
I absolutely love making Teneriffe Lace, and have designed a set of lovely little looms and a whole bunch of delightful projects to make with them.
I am making a series of ‘how to’ videos that show how to make all the shapes, and then how to use them to create lovely projects.
I’ll place the links to the blog posts that have the how to videos and diagrams on this post to make it easy for people to click on the one that they are looking for.
I designed the looms, but don’t have the time (I am working on another new book as well as a solo show of my new Woven Women- wow… busy!) or the equipment to be able to make the looms, so I have asked Donna and Gary McFarland of Dewberry Ridge Looms if they would make the looms.
Hurrah! They said yes!
To order the looms, please go to:
And, if you would like to participate in a group where you can join in the Teneriffe Lace Weave Alongs in an interactive way, then you are welcome to join either or both of these groups.
HOW TO VIDEO LINKS:
1- How to make the Pin Cushion base for the Teneriffe Lace looms – LINK
2- How to make the Square Motif – LINK
3- How to make the Circle Motif – LINK
4- How to make the Dewdrop Motif – LINK
5- How to make the Triangle Motif- LINK
6- Project #1 – The Heart LINK
7- Project 2- Teneriffe Lace Mask LINK
I love knitting and crocheting comfort/compassion/pocket bears.
Here’s Tottie Tomato with a batch of bears that I just knitted.
By the way, in the video, I explained a little about where ‘Tottie Tomato’ came from.
Back to Comfort or Pocket Bears…….
Over the years, I’ve made thousands of them and given them away.
Here’s my newest version… knitted, and then folded and stitched, and oh so sweet!
The pattern is: Knit 20 stitches for 22 rounds and then follow the instructions in this video:
Happy knitting! And, may the little bears bring you delight in the making, and joy in the giving!
For more patterns for Comfort bears, please click:
Knitted comfort bears
Crocheted comfort bears
One of our Christmas traditions is to make ornaments to give to our family and close friends.
This year, my husband and I are making hearts using the Incredible Rope Machine from Schacht.
It’s the neatest tool… it looks like something Leonardo da Vinci would have invented.
I made a video showing how to make the hearts: