Thursday, 2 January 2014

Spotlight Post - Adel Kay


Carry on an old English Tradition by making this Super 'Antonia' 17th/18th Century Yorkshire Needle Button and Knitted I-cord Corsage.



This simple to make stunning corsage will make a lovely gift for a friend, loved one, or for yourself.  
It can be made in an evening.  
This new pattern also includes photos and a simple step by step guide to show you how.
‘Antonia’ corsage features a pretty hand made needlework button in the centre. 
Needlework Yorkshire Buttons originated in Yorkshire in the North of England 
in competition with the Dorset Button in around 1680 to 1700. 
Keep this wonderful old English tradition alive and make one!
You will make your own button template out of card and a simple i-cord will make the petals. 
Spend a few therapeutic hours making this gorgeous creation and sit back and admire the results.  
You won’t be disappointed.

Finished item measures 
5 cm in diameter.


Also popular this season is my Logan Teddy Bear Hat, Fraser Frog Beanie hat, Bobby Bear Boot Warmers and Pedr Owl hat.  These are ideal to knit for stocking fillers!

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Thank you ever so much Adel.
What a fantastic tradition to keep alive!


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