Free Craft Pattern from Lion Brand Yarn, formatted for input to refreshable Braille displays or Braille software
Lion Brand® Terryspun
Pattern Number: ts-plushframe
You can easily transform old or new frames into very beautiful works of art.
You can also cut your own frame from any thick piece of cardboard.
All you do is wrap Lion Brand Terryspun yarn around them, then personalize them, by gluing fun things that apply to the frame you are covering.
These frames take very little time and make great gifts. Have fun
SKILL LEVEL: Beginner (Level 1)
Depends on size of frame.
970-098 Terryspun Yarn: Ivory (discontinued) Soft cream
Quantity needed: 1 Skeins
Estimated Price: $ 5.99
New or old frames or stiff cardboard cut to shape
Glue or glue gun
*Decorative items to personalize your frame
(if you decide to use more than one color, you will need a skein of each color)
1/4 hour per frame.
Begin on the bottom of the frame and carefully and evenly wrap yarn around and around it.
Glue the yarn securely where you start and end your wrapping.
Add your decorations by gluing them to the yarn.
If you have made your own frame, glue a piece of cardboard to the back leaving one edge open to slide your picture between.
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