I am an artist, designer. I am passionate about the fiber arts: I love love love small loom weaving, crochet, knitting, spool knitting, tatting, doll making, spinning, and woodworking that relates to the fiber arts.
Oops! I have been so busy that I totally forgot to make a post here on my blog about the Teneriffe Lace Bookmark.
Teneriffe Lace Weave Along Bookmark - YouTube
Yup…. it’s been crazy busy here…. whew….. I’m working on one book, while doing revisions on another, researching the next one, writing and designing the techniques and projects for new looms that I have designed, as well as all kinds of family stuff…. yup…. busy!
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:
Teneriffe Lace Weave Along Angel - YouTube
And, here is the link to purchase the looms that I designed and Dewberry Ridge Looms makes: