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This pattern was featured in Season 8 of Knit and Crochet Now! Poncho featuring leaf lace vines and lace rib is knit flat in two panels and seamed. This sleeveless pullover features an 8 row repeat twining leaf stitch with another 8 row repeat lace hem on front and back. Designed by King Cole. Inspired by the character of Dr. Designed by Liz Abinante.

This cuff with lace can also be adapted to trim socks, fingerless mitts, etc. Designed by Monique Boonstra. Designed by Tamara Moots. Pictured project by jacquain who said the project took 4 hours. The leaf lacy motif reflects the name Vite grapevine in Italian. Sizes 30, 34, 38, This flattering sleeveless tank top is knit flat in two pieces and features overlapping construction and a leaf lace border.

Designed by Julie Turjoman. Designed by Michael del Vecchio for Universal Yarns, this vest features a leaf lace border. Knit with 2 strands of DK yarn held together.

Approx 48 x 60 inches. Pullover poncho with easy dolman-style sleeves, funnel neck, and leaf lace panel. Designed by Berroco Design Team. This shoulder cozy is a quick knit and features leaf motifs and dropped stitch cables. Pictured cowl knit with one skein of worsted weight yarn. Designed by Grace McEwen. The versatile Ruffle pattern can be knit as a scarf, shawl, and cowl. Edged with lace leaves, the wrap also features a leaf that fits through a slit in the wrap to hold it in place.

A double leaf lace border frames garter stitch in this elegant scarf. Designed by Annie Modesitt. Pictured project by solaris. Top down shawl with garter stitch body with a leaf stitch lace border. Designed by Jen Lucas. Cozy little mitts with a beautiful embossed oak leaf.

Instructions are included for both a fingerless glove and fingerless mitten version. Drop stitches and a lace make this a uniquely exquisite scarf. You can knit in any weight of yarn.

Worked top down in stockinette shaped with short-rows, the Beech Leaf Shawl features a wide, scarflike shape and a leaf-inspired lace edging. Designed by Joan Forgione. This long sleeved pullover features leaf lace on the yoke. This kerchief with ties features a leaf lace pattern. This matching hat and neckwarmer feature a twin leaf lace pattern.

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I hope you enjoy what you read here, and please be fair when you share! Comments Adrianne, another amazing, quick and easy jewelry project! Thank you for this great tutorial! Where did you find the charm? I am an Irish gal and love it! Looks easy, but you should sell them! Where do you find the glue on end cones? What size end caps did you use?

What size end caps did you use for this bracelet? Thanks so much for sharing. Is this a coincidence or is there a weight standard here?? Open-end with a few lines engraved, as a set of 3: Round body, little or no design. Could these be based on nose rings used to control bulls? Rough surface; frozen solid with old corrosion. Originaly wire may have been used to hold the halves together, as I have never found a specimen with any kind of pin attached. All fit together well; two are shown apart to demonstrate hinges Each: RINGS A distinctive group, m diameter with large center holes for finger wearing, though some may have other purposes.

Weights run gm with no real clustering. Generally flat interiors, rounded exteriors with no design; 8 pcs.

No doubt functioned as "small change" as well as adornment. This is one of the few types in the hoard that has counterparts among later bracelets See , below. These hve green and corroded surfaces, but I have darkened and sealed. One tiny casting hole. More modern pieces of similar shape are attributed to the Senufo of Burkina Faso.

Two different available, mm 5. Bands mm wide, with narrow gaps, mm across, with extenive design: I've left these dirty and crusty as found, but a wire brushing and oiling would make them look like museum pieces. Attributed to Nupe Tribe, Bidda area, N. Large type as above with a crude fish etched and punched into one side at top. In this desert region, what would be the normal meaning of a fish? Very much like the silver? White brass, yellow brass. Some with flattened sides for stacking.

Designs link this to , the Nupe type. Nicest example in stock. It is, by size and intricacy of design, clearly the "king" of these later large-foot bracelets. I call it a manilla because it is an elegant exaggeration of the European product.

In fact, the clustering of the weights makes me wonder whether these had some relationship to early, heavy-weight European manillas. Each specimen is graded for wear, and priced by grade and weight: Comparison of heaviest and lightest specimens.

See article in Der Primitivgeldsammle r 2 m x m thick 43, 47, 61, Brass piece descended from earlier Sahel ancestors 35 above. This is actually two halves from different bracelets which nearly fit together, though design and coloration are different. Dark brass, lost-wax cast. Closing pins in both specimens appear not to be originals.

Larger pieces may have been worn as armbands or legbands. Many are dirty and could be made prettier with a wire brush. Small cut at gap. Closed full circle rather than open end. A bit of etched rather than cast-in design. They appear to be cruder and older than , but not as attractive. Closest item I've found published is Q p. Well-cast, consistent fancy manilla-like brass bracelet. Wide crescent, flared ends with distinctive ornamented cuffs.

One of the most attractive of cast bracelet types, and well attributed. Can be bent and reclosed to fit on small to average wrists. Typically mm high x mm across.

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