well done ~hugs~
Love it excellent job hugs
Nicely done, very festive. Hugs Maureen
Love this one, how did you change the shape, it looks like a half hexi top with a diamond bottom..
Oh dear how am I going to explain ummm I just took a tear drop shape worked upside down point at bottom then drew the leaves and adjusted where needed if you want the pattern send me a message
I love this one! Luv Chris
I liked the 6 part one as well. Have been thinking about an odd number like 5 or 9. But how to construct a 72 or 40 degree corner by hand, not to difficult in drawing or embroidery software. Have to attend a funeral today, so maybe during the weekend - we do have an extra hour as the clock is reset for winter time :)
Thank you. I think if I use the 5 units I would have to increase my pattern. Will give it a try
No that would not work. For a 5 part one you need the angle to be 72 degrees and not 60 as for the 6 part one.
I made a 9 part one, which needed a 40 degree angle.
I like smaller version as well. Very pretty.
great for this type of candle!
Yes it is thank uou
I like this one - even easier (and quicker!)
Thanks Sue yes it's times like this that I wish I could digitise then it would be even faster and it can fit in a 6 inch frame and then it would all be the same size you can't see but one or two segments are just a fraction bigger
I was going to digitise it, but I thought it would be quicker to make the old fashioned way.
Oh I thought it would be quicker especially the sewing part maybe the digitising would take longer I have been told it's difficult
I watched a few You Tubes videos, especially the 6 part one. Those were not made of squares like the 12 part ones but rather odd shaped which would be easier to do ITH. So I digitised one but have yet to stitch it. The paper shape I made worked well, now I have to stitch and assemble it.
This is really pretty. I'm with you on the battery operated candle, though. I've made myself a new rule- no leaving the kitchen anymore when something is on the range. I get distracted too easily. My DH says I chase squirrels. ;)
You remind me of a favourite saying of my Dads - "You're daft me duck you follow balloons." (Me duck is a term of endearment in some parts of England)
Lovely in the smaller version!
In the US, Dollar Tree has the battery ones. Hugs. Nan W
Thanks I will look in the £1 store here in the UK
Please give us some measurements, I think this simple and so nice.
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Lovely, and nice job re-sizing your pattern.