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Dancing Ghosts, These cute ghosts were a spontaneous thought when I doing other crafts. The idea that came to me and I just had to do these adorable ghosts. They are made from coffee filters and twist ties and black marker for the eyes. I took one of the filters and make a ball for the heads for the ghosts and put another filter on top of the heads. Take a twist tie around the neck once and make the arms with the same twist tie. The orange skirt I colored with orange marker and dipped with water so that the water will seep through the filter and when the filter was dry, the skirt was the bottom layer of the one ghosts. With the arms of the ghosts, join them in a semi-circle.
, Holiday Project
Free Bell Pattern, I think you’ll be delighted to see how much easier this bell is to make than it looks.  If
you’re not used to working with thread, I suggest you make a little
granny square to practice working with thread. When you get used to the thread
you may find it easier, it doesn’t split like yarn.

String 24 beads onto ball of  size 10crochet
cotton, if you want larger beads
on the bottom row, put them on first.  I use a dental floss threader to string on beads. A beading needle works fine but with a floss
threader you don’t have to worry about kids or pets being harmed.  I use a
Boye size 4 steel hook.

Chain 6 join to form ring.

Rnd 1)  Chain 4 for dc and chain 1, dc in ring, chain 1 dc in ring 11
times for dc chain 1 12 times, join in 3rd chain of chain 4.

Rnd 2)  Chain 5 for dc and chain 2 dc in next dc, skip chain one dc in
next dc, chain 2 dc in next dc around for dc, chain 2 12 times, on last chain 2
join to 3rd chain of chain 5.

Rnd 3) Chain 3 for 1st dc, 2 dc in chain 2, dc in next dc 2 dc in chain 2
around join in top of chain 3 for 36 dc.

Rnd 4) Single crochet in joining, chain 4, skip 2 dc, sc in next dc
eleven times for last chain, chain 1, dc in 1st sc.

Rnd 5)  Chain one, slide 1st bead up to the hook, pull the thread
through the hook on the other side of the bead, chain one, sc in the next chain
4, chain one, fasten bead, chain one sc in center of chain 4.  Chain
one, fasten bead chain one, sc in center of chain 4 around, sc in 1st sc.
(Bell has begun to take a cup form).

Rnd 6)  Chain 6 for dc and chain 3.  Chain 3 dc in next sc,
chain 3, dc in sc around join in 3rd chain of chain 6. 

Rnd 7)  Chain 5 for dc and chain 2, sc in center of chain 3, chain 2 dc
in next dc, chain 2, sc in chain 3 chain, chain 2 dc in next dc around, in last
chain, sc in 3rd chain of chain 5. 

Rnd 8)  Sc in joining, chain 4 sc in dc around sc in 1st sc. 

Rnd 9) Chain 6 for dc and chain 3, sc in chain 4,chain 3,dc in sc, chain
3 sc in center of chain 4, chain 3, dc in chain one around, end with chain 3
join in 3rd chain of chain 6.

 Rnd 10) Chain two, slide bead up to hook pull thread through other side
of hole in bead,  chain 2, sc in dc so there is are 2 sc on each side of bead, chain,
continue pattern around and fasten off.  You’re done!!!!

To block, I use a 3 inch hard Styrofoam liberty bell form. They are often
hard to find in stores, I order them from 
href=”http://www.plasteelcorp.com/” target=”_blank”>http://www.plasteelcorp.com/ they aren’t
too expensive and I use them over and over. 

To pin is something you’ll get the feel for.  I’ll have a pin over each bead which I’ll have facing down.  I have the
bell pinned before I put on the sugar solution so it’s not such a sticky mess to
deal with.

There are many things you can use to stiffen, I use 2 parts sugar and one
part water.  Heat it on the stove to get the sugar into solution, after the
bell is pinned, I pour it over the bell in a tupperware in the kitchen
sink.  I take out the pins after about 12 hours and let  the bells
finish drying. If you leave the pins in for a long time, they are glued on. I
also wash my pins because they get crusty.

, Knitting-Crocheting Project
Free Bell Pattern, I think you'll be delighted to see how much easier this bell is to make than it looks.  If
you're not used to working with thread, I suggest you make a little
granny square to practice working with thread. When you get used to the thread
you may find it easier, it doesn't split like yarn.

String 24 beads onto ball of  size 10crochet
cotton, if you want larger beads
on the bottom row, put them on first.  I use a dental floss threader to string on beads. A beading needle works fine but with a floss
threader you don't have to worry about kids or pets being harmed.  I use a
Boye size 4 steel hook.

Rnd 1)  Chain 4 for dc and chain 1, dc in ring, chain 1 dc in ring 11
times for dc chain 1 12 times, join in 3rd chain of chain 4.

Rnd 2)  Chain 5 for dc and chain 2 dc in next dc, skip chain one dc in
next dc, chain 2 dc in next dc around for dc, chain 2 12 times, on last chain 2
join to 3rd chain of chain 5.

 Rnd 3) Chain 3 for 1st dc, 2 dc in chain 2, dc in next dc 2 dc in chain 2
around join in top of chain 3 for 36 dc.

Rnd 4) Single crochet in joining, chain 4, skip 2 dc, sc in next dc
eleven times for last chain, chain 1, dc in 1st sc.


Rnd 5)  Chain one, slide 1st bead up to the hook, pull the thread
through the hook on the other side of the bead, chain one, sc in the next chain
4, chain one, fasten bead, chain one sc in center of chain 4.  Chain
one, fasten bead chain one, sc in center of chain 4 around, sc in 1st sc.
(Bell has begun to take a cup form).

Rnd 6)  Chain 6 for dc and chain 3.  Chain 3 dc in next sc,
chain 3, dc in sc around join in 3rd chain of chain 6. 

Rnd 7)  Chain 5 for dc and chain 2, sc in center of chain 3, chain 2 dc
in next dc, chain 2, sc in chain 3 chain, chain 2 dc in next dc around, in last
chain, sc in 3rd chain of chain 5. 

Rnd 8)  Sc in joining, chain 4 sc in dc around sc in 1st sc. 

Rnd 9) Chain 6 for dc and chain 3, sc in chain 4,chain 3,dc in sc, chain
3 sc in center of chain 4, chain 3, dc in chain one around, end with chain 3
join in 3rd chain of chain 6.

 Rnd 10) Chain two, slide bead up to hook pull thread through other side
of hole in bead,  chain 2, sc in dc so there is are 2 sc on each side of bead, chain,
continue pattern around and fasten off.  You're done!!!!
To block, I use a 3 inch hard Styrofoam liberty bell form. They are often
hard to find in stores, I order them from 
href="http://www.plasteelcorp.com/" target="_blank">http://www.plasteelcorp.com/ they aren't
too expensive and I use them over and over. 

To pin is something you'll get the feel for.  
I'll have a pin over each bead which I'll have facing down.  I have the
bell pinned before I put on the sugar solution so it's not such a sticky mess to
deal with.

There are many things you can use to stiffen, I use 2 parts sugar and one
part water.  Heat it on the stove to get the sugar into solution, after the
bell is pinned, I pour it over the bell in a tupperware in the kitchen
sink.  I take out the pins after about 12 hours and let  the bells
finish drying. If you leave the pins in for a long time, they are glued on. I
also wash my pins because they get crusty.








, Knitting-Crocheting Project
Night Light Cover(beaded), This simple, inexpensive beaded nite lite cover can be made in in a variety of colors of beads and crochet cotton to dress up a nursery or a bathroom.  It uses 121 6mm beads and #10 crochet cotton, and a #7 Boye steel hook.I have and instructional video on you tube which could be very helpful.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5-tox66VEY.  You can check out my other patterns at http://www.blairsbells.com.  
Before crocheting string 121 6mm beads onto #10 crochet cotton,  I use the bead spinner and I also use a dental floss threader which is great if you have small children or pets around.  
Chain 6, join in circle.
  Rnd 1)  Single crochet in circle, chain 1 for 1st single crochet, 11 sc in circle, join in chain one.
Rnd 2-12)  Chain three for first double crochet, attach bead, chain one, crochet in next single crochet, repeat around for total of 12 dc with attach bead and chain one after,,join in top of chain three.    
Rnd 13) Chain 3, double crochet in top of bead, crochet in dc, repeat around for a total of 24 dc, join in top of chain thread.  
, Knitting/Crocheting Project
Beaded Night Light Cover using 4 mm beads, This is very similar to a project I posted a few months ago only using smaller beads.  
This simple, inexpensive beaded nite lite cover can be made in in a variety of colors of beads and crochet cotton to dress up a nursery or a bathroom. It uses 216 4mm beads and #10 crochet cotton, and a #7 Boye steel hook.I have and instructional video on you tube which could be very helpful. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5-tox66VEY. You can check out my other patterns at http://www.blairsbells.com. 
Before crocheting string 216 4mm beads onto #10 crochet cotton, I use the bead spinner and I also use a dental floss threader which is great if you have small children or pets around. 
Chain 6, join in circle. 
Rnd 1) Single crochet in circle, chain 1 for 1st single crochet, 18 sc in circle, join in chain one. 
Rnd 2-12) Chain three for first double crochet, attach bead, chain one, crochet in next single crochet, repeat around for total of 18 dc with attach bead and chain one after,,join in top of chain three. 
Rnd 13) Chain 3, double crochet in top of bead, crochet in dc, repeat around for a total of 36 dc, join in top of chain thread. 
, Knitting-Crocheting Project
Trick or Treat, This little witch is waiting for a friend to join her on her favorite night. , Holiday Project

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