1:12th scale Crochet Christmas Bells by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale Crochet Christmas Bells

November 2016
Thread ?
0.6 mm
55 - 60 yards (50 - 55 m)
1:12th scale
both US and UK
This pattern is available for £1.75 GBP
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This is designed to go on a wall or door of a dolls house

Ability Level: Experienced

Materials required:
0.60 mm crochet hook; 25-30 metres size 80 crochet cotton in white; 25 metres size 80 crochet cotton in green; 15 metres size 80 crochet cotton in red; optional – 3-4 tiny red beads; needle, tacky glue; blu tak; pins; small amount of cling film; small piece of cardboard/polystyrene; for stiffening materials see below

Approximate finished sizes of individual parts
Bell –
2 cm/¾-inch across base, 2.5 cm/1-inch tall (including hanging loop)
Bow – 1.25 cm/½-inch across, 2.5 cm/1-inch long trailing ribbons
Holly Leaf – 0.75 cm/¼-inch across
Greenery – 2.5 cm/1-inch long fronds

Gauge/Tension – This is not important for this project, as the decoration can be any size.


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