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Teneriffe Lace Bunny -Teneriffe Lace Weave Along

My wonderful son-in-law suggested that I design and make a Bunny for the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along to celebrate Springtime and Easter.   He’s a genius!

Here’s the video showing how to make the Teneriffe Lace Bunny:

The links that show where to go to get the videos for making the Teneriffe Lace circle and dewdrop are at:

LINK

The looms are available from:

The Teneriffe Lace group on ravelry is at:
and the Teneriffe Lace group on facebook is at:
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Teneriffe Lace Weave Along Fairy Hair

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

 

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Teneriffe Lace Butterfly made on triangular lace loom

This is the first Teneriffe Lace Butterfly in the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along.

It’s made with the triangular Teneriffe Lace loom that I designed and Dewberry Ridge Looms builds and sells.

Here’s the video on how to make the First Butterfly:

For the link to all the links in the Teneriffe Lace Weave Along, please go to: LINK

To purchase the looms from Dewberry Ridge, please go to: LINK

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Teneriffe Lace Weave Along- Teneriffe Lace Mask

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! 😀

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Teneriffe Lace Triangle Motif

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

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Teneriffe Lace Techniques- Basic Circle

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

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Teneriffe Lace- Basic Square Motif

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.

https://tottietalkscrafts.com/2019/02/03/teneriffe-lace-weave-along-links/

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Teneriffe Lace- Pin Cushion How To

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

4-Scissors

5- Fabric and felt to cover the pin cushion and to make the base

6- Needle and Thread

7- Thimble

Instructions:

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!  ❤

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Tapestry Diary tiny Woven Women

As part of my ongoing participation in a year long weave along of tapestry diaries, I am weaving small images for my Woven Women show of tapestries and other woven works.

I have just finished 2 new tiny woven pieces – they were both on the same loom, so I had to finish the second one so I could cut them both off the loom and finish them.

And, here they are: (They are each 11 inches tall).

‘Woven Women: Dreaming of Flowers’:

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and,

‘Woven Women: Looking Skywards’

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Now that the loom is finally empty, I warped up, using a ‘Four selvedges’ technique.

I have begun a series of very very small tapestries that are 3 inches by 5 inches.

This is ‘Woven Women- May Day’:

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I am making plaster frames for the series of 3 inch by 5 inch tapestries, and have started experimenting with how I will be painting them…. right now, the first one looks like a black blob, so there’s not much point in photographing it, but I will soon.

Weaving the tapestry diary pieces is just pure joy.  🙂

I am working on some larger pieces, too.  Must take some photos….

 

 

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Tapestry Diary for Woven Women show – 2

This week, I began a series of small woven figures for my Woven Women show  (see previous post LINK).

I joined the Tapestry Diary Weave Along on Ravelry, and I am so pleased that I did.

This is the progression of the first piece, so far:

I warped up my 8 inch Mirrix so I can weave one diary entry on the front of the loom and one on the back.

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A Tapestry Diary is a kind of daily journal that, of course, reflects what is happening what is happening in the weaver’s life at that moment….

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I’ve been longing for springtime, so it was natural that flowers would appear immediately.

Using my mother’s stash of embroidery floss and yarn has been powerful for me.

Even though she is no longer with us, it is very tender to be working with something that she loved so much.

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Each day, I’ve been uploading a pic of my progress in my diary- I find this rather daunting, as the ‘not good enough’ gremlins leap up and bite so uncomfortably! ugh….

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I had some concerns about weaving with super slippery rayon embroidery floss, but it was fine…. although, I’ll need to do some serious sewing in on the wrong side.

That’s a bit of tatting that I stitched to the hem of the dress.

I always have a tatting shuttle in my pocket for ‘incidental moments’- it’s  wonderfully contemplative, meditative and also so portable that I can take it with me everywhere.

I tat long strips of edging  that I then include in my tapestries.

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The face is applique’d on – I designed and wove a series of faces in a narrow band, using  my double hole rigid heddle loom.

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The arms are wrapped wires- I haven’t quite finished the wrapping, which is okay, as I won’t get to finish this piece until I weave the next one that is on the other side of the loom.

Being part of the Weave Along is such a pleasure- the international community of weavers that has formed around this weave along is a generous and supportive group.

I have no way of knowing how the Tapestry Diaries will unfold, but I will be posting as they do.

 

 

 

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