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Coffee, Tea or Me Tea Light Pattern

Coffee, Tea or Me Tea Light Pattern by CeltCraft Designs

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Done as a request from one of my customers, but it would be nice on a winter evening with a cup of latte between friends!

I feel it prudent to include a paragraph of advice from Freda of FancyDance Creations: I would suggest using 100% cotton quilting thread or very thin beading wire for using with tea lights. Nymo is very thin and may melt. I would also try criss-crossing your thread/wire across the bottom so that the tea light won't slip out the bottom when picking it up. As always, NEVER leave a burning candle unattended.

 

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Bead graph
  • Full color pattern
  • Bead chart

Approximate Finished size: Fits standard disposible size tea lights

Supplies Used: Thread, 4 colors Delica beads

Technique: Stitch Here

Pages to Print: 3

Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate

Price:
$1.50
Quantity:
 

Done as a request from one of my customers, but it would be nice on a winter evening with a cup of latte between friends!

I feel it prudent to include a paragraph of advice from Freda of FancyDance Creations: I would suggest using 100% cotton quilting thread or very thin beading wire for using with tea lights. Nymo is very thin and may melt. I would also try criss-crossing your thread/wire across the bottom so that the tea light won't slip out the bottom when picking it up. As always, NEVER leave a burning candle unattended.

 

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Info
  • Info
  • Info
  • Info
Approximate Finished size:
Size Here
Supplies Used:
Supplies Here
Technique:
Stitch Here
Pages to Print:
Total Pages Here
Skill Level:
Skill Level Here
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