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By Kim Hargreaves

Misty is an out-of-print vintage! Kim Hargreaves is without doubt one of the world's best hand-knitting designers. Her styles are impressive! they're explanatory, comprehensible, trendy, but easy, undying and enjoyable to knit. Hargreaves is in collaboration with Rowan whose yarns praise her designs completely.

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Misty: In Light and Shade

Misty is an out-of-print vintage! Kim Hargreaves is among the world's most sensible hand-knitting designers. Her styles are wonderful! they're explanatory, comprehensible, trendy, but basic, undying and enjoyable to knit. Hargreaves is in collaboration with Rowan whose yarns praise her designs completely.

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Note: Switch the bead combinations on every head pin to create variety. For example, make one head pin with one jade bead only, a second head pin with one 3 mm silver bead and one jade bead, and a third head pin with one jade bead, one seed bead, and one 2 mm silver bead. 6 cm) Materials 2 moss quartz drops, 25 mm Figure 3 Image missing??? 6 cm) length of 26-gauge sterling silver wire Tools Chain-nose pliers Round-nose pliers Wire cutters Techniques Making twisted wire loop links Working with head pins Instructions 1.

Twist the two wires together one and one-half times. Cut off the shorter wire end. If desired, slide a seed bead or a sterling silver bead onto this wire. 10. To attach to the chain, bend the wire 45° and wrap it around using the round-nose pliers. Slide the loop onto the chain immediately above the 25 mm quartz drop, in the same link where you attached the head pin in steps 7 and 8. Hold the loop with the chain-nose pliers and wrap the wire around to secure. Cut off the excess wire. 11. Attach a total of 10 head pins or twisted wire loop links above the large quartz drop.

Don’t cut paper with them, save them for thread only. Hide the scissors from family members, if you have to—they’re always a temptation to others! You’ll want these sharp scissors to make clean, close cuts; it’s the beads we want to see, not thread ends. Small tweezers are also handy to have because they can help you untangle knots, pick up individual beads, and grab a dropped crochet stitch. Larger Tools A good set of jeweler’s pliers is needed if you’re going to make anything that involves metal findings.

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