Thursday, February 26, 2015

"froggers"

 I finished 12 froggers.   Putting them in the mail to Sue Anna ( tomorrow.)   The froggers are going to be favors for IOLI convention.  Lighthouse Lacers has a goal to create 300.    These are really fun to create.   Nice way to use up beads & orts.   They don't take much time to create once you have your supplies out


EDITED:  Christine--I don't have an e-mail address for you to respond.   Basically, I don't have much fiber on the shuttles to begin with.  Only making a few split rings.   When it is time to add the bead, I unwind, add bead, rewind shuttles, continue tatting and end.  

5 comments:

Madtatter80 said...

They are beautiful but I don't understand why the sewing needle is in them? you got to explain it to me I am curious :)

tattrldy said...

Those are cute! You used such cute beads making each one unique. I'm sure who ever receives them will be quite happy.

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I bought some more crewel needles last weekend when I went shopping with Denise... haven't gotten to them yet. I love the way you use the beads and split rings! I may try making some that way.

Liz Kirkbride said...

I have never heard of a "frogger" until today although I have made one for my own use when tatting. These are so cute. Thanks for sharing.

ChristineAtAlchemyStitchery said...

Your froggers are very cute! I am guessing that they are made with split rings. How do you put the beads on?

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