Christmas bell By Dagmar Pezzuto

Christmas bell By Dagmar Pezzuto


Christmas bell By Dagmar Pezzuto – 2015 ©

Dagmar Pezzuto's red cluny bell


Abbreviations:

DS = double stitch

R = ring

SR = split ring

SCH = split chain

CH = chain

CL = cluny

+ = join

- = picot

--- = long picot

Clr = close ring

CTM = continuous thread method

VSP = very small picot

Victorian chain = node stitch or zig zag sets

JR = Josephine ring

FR = Floating ring

Beads = Nº 2

Beads = nº 4

2 Shuttle



ROUND 1 - 1º MOTIF

CH1 = 15 DS (START WITH VERY SMALL PICOT) - (VSP)

CL 1 = 16 PASSES - (PICOT)

CL2 = 16 PASSES

R1 = 8 DS + VSP (CH1) 3DS --- 3DS Clr.

SR2 = 3DS --- 3DS/ 8DS Clr.

CL3 = 16 PASSES + ( CL1)

CL4 = 16 PASSES

R3 = 8DS + ( R2 ) 3DS --- 3DS Clr.

CH2 = 6DS --- 6DS

REPEAT ROUND 1

CH3 = 15 DS



ROUND 2

SR1= 5DS + (- CL MOTIF 2) 5DS / 5DS ( FR1 = 3DS - 3 DS + - 3DS – 3DS Clr) 5DS. Clr
SR2 = 8DS / 8DS Clr.

PUT 2 BEADS ON PICOT LONG.

R3 = 3DS- 3DS + - 3DS – 3DS Clr.

SR4 = 8DS / 8DS Clr.

SR5 = 5DS + (- CL MOTIF 1) 5DS + ( - CH1) 5DS ( FR 2 = 3DS – 3DS + - 3DS – 3DS Clr.)
5DS Clr.

CH4 = 18DS ( VSP)



Dagmar Pezzuto's red cluny bell diagram


Dagmar Pezzuto's red cluny bell inverted to match diagram


ROUND 3

CL 1 = 16 PASSES (- PICOT)

CL2 = 16 PASSES

R1 = 8DS + (VSP CH4) 3DS - + (FR2) - 3DS (VSP) Clr.

SR2 = 3DS - + R3 ( ROUND 2) - 3DS / 8DS (VSP) Clr.

CL3 = 16 PASSES + (- CL1)

CL4 = 16 PASSES

R3 = 8DS + (SR2) 3DS - + (FR1) – 3DS Clr.

SCH1 = 18 DS

CH2 = 20 DS

R4 = 5DS --- 5DS + + ( - CL1) 5DS - - - 5DS Clr.

R5 = 3DS - - - 3DS + 3DS --- 3DS Clr.

CH3 = 20 DS

CUT & HIDE ENDS

VICTORIAN CHAIN = 8 first half DS 8 second half DS. Repeat 12 x.

JR = 12DS.

CUT & HIDE ENDS



Techniques review:

cluny hand loom

Take the shuttle/needle over/under/over to the left, then under/over/under back to the right. Use the point of the shuttle/needle or a crochet hook to move the thread tightly down to the point.

cluny plastic loom



split ring wrapping example

This is an example of encapsulation, where threads are begin covered using the split ring technique.



Josephine Ring/Chain uses sets of half stitches

first half stitch

First half stitch.

second half stitch

Second half stitch.



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Dagmar's Brisbane Earrings
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