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 Butterfly Body is a basic shape that is very useful and will be used in more than just making lace butterflies.
Here’s the video showing how to make it:
The links to all the other ‘how to’s’ for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along are at: LINK
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:
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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
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:
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Happy Lace Making! ❤