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This pattern was featured in Piecework magazine March / April 1998. So it is out of print but if you are interested in making one the old magazine can still be had on line if you look around a bit. The author of the pattern is Sylvia Murari.
Update: funny when I posted the above link this morning there was 10 of these mags on ebay there is 2 left is that my fault they disappeared so fast wow. If so my blog does more than I think it did. I will leave the link as others may post more in the future there and this will still find them.
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14 Jul 2012 5 Comments
06 Jul 2012 5 Comments
A few years back (about 6 years) I was working on bolero vest and it got set a side I worked on it some a recently while on my trip in Mexico and this is the progress I made on it. It is using the Wheat stitch cord I posted a few days ago about but this cord was made about 7 years ago. I hope to get this done at some point in my life sometimes I just have no deadlines on things I make just for fun so they happen when they happen. I hope it will fit me then if it doesn't well I have 3 daughters who are always happy to claim anything I have made as their own to wear. So it will not go to waist when ever it is finished. this is Antique thread I am using here both for the cord and the filling stitches. Which is a lot heavier than I usually use so this vest has a more textured feel to it which I like
27 Jun 2012 5 Comments
So hey we are early posting this pattern.
you will need to print out four copies of the pattern
08 Jun 2012 1 Comment
I found an oya tutorial on line you can purchase. It comes as 3 separate pdfs to your email address but it is all 1 item at purchase. Comes in 3 languages English, Dutch, and German
The author is from the Netherlands
here is what concepts are enclosed in the pdfs
Threadteds oya needle lace
- cover page (1 page)
- a brief history(1 page)
- discovery how the author found out about oya (1.75 pages)
- needles and threads (.75 of a page page)
- knots and loops how to read diagrams(.5 of a page)
- tutorial with words and diagrams (2 pages)
- Remove and attach ( cutting and adding thread to work) (.75 of a page)
- Pyramids ( how to build the pyramid like shape) (1.25 pages)
- cones and rounds (.5 of a page)
- stems (.5 of a page)
- increase decrease (.5 of a page)
- picots= long loop (.5 of a page)
- a page for notes (.75 of a page)
- the real work explain how to hold a needle and pulling the thread and crucial small details (2.25 pages)
- working 3d motif with 60 photo step by step tutorial (4 pages) edging with flower and leaf
- copyright info (1 of a page)
I only include this because on the site it is sort of vague as to what you are getting and I thought this would be more helpful to beginners to know what they are getting and what useful tools are in it.
oya violet bear pin
2 pattern images to make the same item 1 needle lace 1 crochet
5 pointed star flower with leaf refers you back to pdf 3 for flower and leaf pattern
pattern for leaf, pansy flower, and teddy bear head hard to describe with out seeing for yourself. pin wound be fine with out the teddy bear part too in my opinion better in fact so you could just omit that part when working it
a front and back paper which when folded makes a small leaflet for quick reference as to how to make the 5 pointed flower and leaf 22 step photo tutorial on this with word instructions too
Other new developments in OYA pattern availability
I also wanted to note that Couch crochet crumbs has also been working on getting her patterns onto ravelry. So they should be available there soon for easier download. This of course is her crochet patterns for Oya her needle lace ones will still be on her etsy site because raverly is only a knit and crochet site. But she also sells handmade oya on her etsy site as well,so making it well worth the visit. Don’t forget her blog for more oya eye candy and free tutorials.
23 Mar 2012 1 Comment
Sorry this was so long in the posting. My children who help me do some of this had finals and reports to do at school and that took president but it is here now and please enjoy. The collar as it prints from your computer will work as a baby to toddler size yoke or you can use it as a child to preteen collar. If you want it to fit an adult blow it up to the measurements on the sides of the print outs then it will be adult size.