Halloween FSL Wine Bottle Tags & Cat Earrings

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Small designs like these are perfect for embellishing more than just earlobes. Look for wire stemware rings. These have a little catch on them and can be attached to the base of wine glass or looped over a fine bottle.

Make them for yourself, for gifts, or to sell finished sets in your Etsy shop or craft show.

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Designed and made by Lindee Goodall (9/18/2019)

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FSL Halloween Candy Jar Tags

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Small designs like these are perfect for embellishing more than just earlobes. Here I’ve used them on Halloween candy jars. Add a small jump ring and then a larger one (i used stemware rings) added it to a piece of black elastic to secure it to the jar.

Make them for yourself, for gifts, or to sell finished sets in your Etsy shop or craft show.

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Designed and made by Lindee Goodall (9/23/2019)

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Tea Light Angel #3

These Sweetheart Tea Light Angels were specifically designed to be easy to stitch, easy to assemble, and work in a 5 x 7″ hoop. While each angel is composed of 3 pieces, they only take 2 hoopings a for each one.

They’re named Tea Light Angels because they can be placed over a small, battery operated tea light candle. The organza versions in particular glow softly when lit from within.

The lace versions are higher stitch count and require a bit more attention to detail while the organza versions stitch up more quickly and are more substantial.

Single-colored free-standing lace angel. One of 4 in Tea Light Angels set.

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Designed and made by Lindee Goodall (6/28/2017)

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Patriotic FSL Angel

When my friend Claudia sent me her edited version of the “praying angel” to make it into a patriotic angel, I was so delighted with the idea that I asked her if she minded if I reworked the original in the same way.

Rework involved replacing the hands with a star and resequencing the design for efficient color changes while still maintaining registration. Along the way, I did a few other tweaks to improve her while also lowering the stitch count.

I did use matching colored bobbins on the skirt area and regular white for the rest.

Of course, you can still stitch her all-white if you like, in which case you will have jumps and trims because this one isn’t optimized for single color or color her for other holidays.

Stitching multicolor lace does require a little extra work so that thread tails don’t mar your work. Bring up the bobbin thread at each color change, sew enough stitches to secure, then clip the thread tails.

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Designed and made by Lindee Goodall (6/30/2017)

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Tinted & Glittered FSL Angel with Bouquet

You can easily dress up free standing lace. This angel was stitched in white and her skirt has been tinted with a very thin wash of blue Tsukineko ink.

I rubbed gold glitter glue over her halo and wings and made her a tiny bouquet with blue strawflowers tied with 1/8″ wide satin ribbon.

Another way to glitz her up would be too stitch her on sparkle organza and then remove the excess. This is a great tip if you want to make your lace more durable or you’re having trouble with stitches not properly connecting.

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Designed and made by Lindee Goodall (4/15/2016)

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Glittered Angel with Star

Free-standing lace offers a perfect palette for a little extra glitz.

I rubbed gold glitter glue over her halo and wings and made her a tiny bouquet with blue strawflowers tied with 1/8″ wide satin ribbon.

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Designed and made by Lindee Goodall (4/15/2016)

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