Wire Crocheted Dreidel DIY , a VIDEO tutorial plus PDF
Weather you are a collector or an enthusiastic crafter/correcter , you will enjoy following this original PDF pattern to make a dreidle .
An original and unique jewelry pattern, in Yoola's wire crochet invisible spool knitting technique.
Following this pattern you will learn how to crochet Yoola's dreidel !
The pattern is detailed and includes step by step close up photos , it will guide you through your learning experience.
To accompany the PDF pattern you will receive a password protected link to a detailed VIDEO filmed in HD quality
and stored on vimeo.com . The VIDEO is filmed from the maker point of view, this makes it super friendly and easy to
understand, all you have to do is follow the movements .
It is easy even if your english is not perfect….
In order to successfully follow the tutorial you do not require any previous knowledge or experty, only stable hands and good eyesight.
✔ Required Materials :
- Stainless steel crochet hook size 0.75
- copper wire - 1 spool for the starter & a second 2.5 gr or 1.5meter
- Wire cutter
- ISK starter size M (24 loops) - optional
⌚ PREPARATION TIME:
If it’s your first ISK project , getting started would take 1-4 hours depending on your personal abilities.
once you are fluent with ISK , this project would take 20-40 minutes to make a dreidel.
★ DIFFICULTY LEVEL :
“Fantastic kit, including Yoola's instructional videos that make the process so easy. As always, Yoola was super helpful when I contacted her - one of my favorite sellers! “- Catherine
“I love it! Perfect for making those hard to find holiday gifts yourself! “- Jillian
“Wonderful instructions. Do not go anywhere else for this type of item. Buy with confidence!! Thanks Yoola” Ann Marie
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Orders are instant download, right after purchase you will receive an email with your link, from which you will be able to download your purchase.
This is not the standard crochet you have been used to; trying to find the right wording for it, the most accurate appears to be the ISK, a technique with which you will create designs that look like knitting, while using a crochet hook.
pls note all rights belong to yael falk aka Yoola and it is prohibited to make any commercial use of the pattern or to make the finished piece for sell.
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