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By Rebeca Mojica

<h2>Unchain your creativity!</h2>
Whether you're new to chain mail or a professional weaver, Chained will introduce you to the paintings of mixing steel bounce earrings into problematic designs, in a brand new manner. No different ebook indicates the way to use such a lot of weaves in such a lot of methods, or offers this historical artwork one of these appealing and glossy twist. options as soon as used for armor now have a brand new lifestyles and will be used to create stylish adornments.

Open Chained and locate: * transparent, specific step by step photographs that might take you from commencing and shutting leap jewelry to completing your first (or fiftieth!) project
* Easy-to-navigate "Weave in a Nutshell" recommendations for plenty of weaves that would exhibit complex chain mail weavers the weave of a venture in exactly a couple of steps
* 22 attractive initiatives plus dozens of adaptations, together with rings, bracelets, necklaces and pendants, each one with its personal ability point and time funding rating
* unending innovations: pick out your favourite shades, your favourite metals, customise the scale of your venture, and locate concept so as to add your individual exact stamp to any piece of chain mail jewelry
assemble your pliers and lumps of bounce earrings and weave your strategy to attractive jewellery with Chained.

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3. From this point, sharply change directions and quilt an arc shape about the length of the first swirl. Try to keep it in line with the swirl below it and about 1/2˝ from the edge. 4. At the end of the arc, don’t stop. Quilt the inside of the next swirl and echo back out until you are almost on the downhill side. Lines & Vines 45 5. Repeat the swirls and arcs until you are near the top of the block. Quilt the inside of another swirl. 6. This time, echo the swirl all the way around until you are inside the arc below it.

6. Quilt a second elongated loop that lines up with the outer point. Return to the inner corner. Lines & Vines 57 Pulleys Pulleys is a variation of Back & Forth (page 56). Adding a circle to the design really changes the look of this pattern. It works best in long, skinny areas of quilting. 1. From an edge of the quilting area, quilt a horizontal line toward the opposite edge. 2. As you reach the opposite edge, quilt a small circle. Trace around the circle so you end at the bottom of the circle.

Continue quilting the alternating curves until you reach the end of the quilting area. 48 FREE-MOTION QUILTING with Angela Walters ­ Wavy Lines Oh, how I love wavy lines! They are one of my all-time favorite designs. You can use them to draw your eyes to a focal point of your quilt or to add movement, whether vertical or horizontal. It seems like every week I am finding more and more uses for this easy, versatile design. 1. For vertical or horizontal wavy lines, determine the top and bottom of your quilting area.

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