Woodland Meadow Fairy and Owl fairy


This image is called Woodland Meadow Fairy
and Owl fairy. 
she is a digital stamp image from
Fairy Tangles by 
Norma J Burnell
I coloured her with Copic markers.
She is a birthday gift for my 
special friend Connie
who loves Owls.





Here are a list of colours that I used.



Skin..E000,E00,E11,YR00
BV02,C1,C3,RV10.

Lips..RV000,RV10,RV20,
R20,R22,R27,R29

Eyes..B00,B21,B29
Black Gel Pen
White Gel Pen

Hair..E00,E25,E29,Y11,Y08

Bird in Hair..G20,BG11,BG13,
R22,R29,R27,
Y06,Y21,Y23,YR23




Pink Lilly Flowers..
RV10,RV13,RV14,RV19

Blue Bubbles..
B00,BG01,BG02,BG05,BG09

Peony Shapes Flowers..
R01,R02,R14,R27,Y08

Leaves..YG03,YG06,YG17
G29,Y06,Y08

Tendrils and Star Flowers..
V01,V04,V06,V09

Owl..G20,G21,G24,YG63
B0000,B00,B93,B97,
Y06,Y11,Y21,Y23,
Yr23,Yr04,E19

Dragonfly and Butterfly..
G20,BG11,BG13,B97


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Bev's Half Doll no.2


Bev also knitted this stunning dress.
Sylvia is dressed in a pattern from Karen Green
called Debra Out Strolling.



This stunning skirt is adapted from the pattern
by Karen Green.Instead of knitting the
V shaped top as per pattern,
I just added a knitted waist band,
which is shown in the video in the
tutorials page.
Bev used bead no. 651 and D.M.C. cotton 712
Contrasting bead no.7283.
This pattern uses 2 x hanks of main coloured beads
with 2 x balls of main colour cotton.
1 x hank of beads for contrasting bead.
Pattern by Karen Green called
Debra out Strolling.

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Bev's Half Doll

Bev Barker of Launceston chose the elegant doll Dorothea,
dressing her in a pattern by
Beryl Minter called Bridget in Blue.

Dorothea










Bev chose bead no.587T for the main colour with 
Presencia cotton no.4059.
 Bead no.691 for the contrast teamed
 with D.M.C. cotton 818.
This pattern takes 2 hanks beads
 for the main colour
and 2 1/2 hanks beads for the contrast.
4 Balls of cotton(2 for each colour bead)
Pattern by Beryl Minter called Bridget in Blue.

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Curious George

I made this sweet little monkey to go with a Curious George book that I brought for our
 Grand-daughter Juniper's first birthday.
The pattern is from Lisa Pay who gives out the free pattern as well as other cute animal patterns with instructional videos from her youtube channel
 "Pay it Forward".
He is made from felt,I filled him with rice instead of the plastic beans.
He was quite simple to make with the follow along instructional video,
even for a beginner.
   

Shelve Sitting Monkey


Sweet Juniper

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Luncheon At Anvers





A luncheon will be held at
 Anvers Chocolate Factory
 just outside of Latrobe in Tasmania,
 on the Sat.4th June starting at 11.30 am.
 This luncheon is a get together for anyone who is interested in bead knitting
primarily half dolls with bead knitted skirts.
Although any bead knitting would be delightfully included. 
So the ladies can view the different dolls and pattern's with which the dolls have been dressed,
everyone is asked to bring one doll that they have completed an outfit for,although this is not necessary to attend. 
As there are a limited number of seat's available,
 please contact me as soon as possible to be included in this wonderful day
 of eating delicious food,talking about dolls and making new friends.
If you are the only person you know doing this craft,please feel free to invite a friend to come along with you,all are welcome.
You can contact me via ph on 03 63281476
or by email by clicking the link below.


Looking forward to seeing you there.