The Check mark sweater. Sizes are to fit bust
The sweater is knitted in the round with bust darts, bottom up, sleeves and the body are joined at the underarm point, and then everything is united to make the impressive collar rib.The pattern is in my Ravelry store by the link in my profile.
Свитер "Check mark". Размеры ОГ: 88/92/96/100/104/108/112/116/120/124cm
Свитер вяжется снизу вверх по кругу без отрыва нити с нагрудными вытачками, рукава соединяются с телом в проймах и вяжутся вместе до высоты плеч, дальше по кругу вяжется декоративная резинка.
Инструкцию можно купить в моем магазине на ЯМ по ссылке в профиле.
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Many ceramic artists today are only appealing the difference in color and material. I think that I am comical.
Paintings will not appeal to differences in campus fabrics or differences in paints. Just present it as a component.
It is more important what you made than what you used.
People who do not have technology boasts materials and tools.
You can get the soil by digging. If you buy glaze, you get it.
If mixed, even amateurs can have unusual colors.
The distinct difference between a professional and an amateur is that amateurs can not be imitated easily. That is Technique.
Today's Ryu's pottery."Holy Grail".
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I didn't connect the top and bottom of this cup from the later .Goblet is the aggregate of curvaceous beauty.
The side of the wine cup is colored and the degree of difficulty is different between colorless.
Therefore, even in the same wine cup size, the guy who is standing beautifully with thick type (Persian, pink, red) glaze is very expensive.
If the glaze is thick, it will bend, the glaze will flow and bond with the baking table and it will be damaged.
However, if the glaze is thick, the coloring is beautiful. .If you are overseas (if you are located in China～ Taiwan～Singapore), it is between 3000 yen and 8000 yen for dishes and cups. (In the case of dragons packing materials will increase, so it will be heavier so the charge will be higher)It will be cheaper than air fare.We look forward to your order.
Respond to orders from all over the world! (It takes time to deliver.)
Payment method "PayPal" is under consideration. I expect orders from all over the world.Feel free to ask questions.receive an order by an email or DM.
当方の🍷ゴブレットは、カップの上部と下部を別々に作って、後から繋げたようなチープな作りではありません。試したことはあります。直ぐ壊れる訳ではないですが、若干脆いです。何より作り手としての #pride が許さない🔥 ・
As a predominately Catholic state, Holy Week in NM is a big deal. Thousands will participate in the annual pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayó, an adobe church north of Santa Fe, on Good Friday. The pilgrimage has been a tradition for about 200 years, attracting around 30,000 people from Palm Sunday to Easter. The Archdiocese of Santa Fe estimates 300,000 people journey to the adobe shrine annually. Some park nearby & walk a few miles to it. Others walk about 30 miles to reach it from Santa Fe or over even longer distances! Pilgrims say they make the journey for prayer, reflection & sacrifice. With the devastating news of Notre Dame this week, undoubtedtly many will include France in their offerings during their prayerful pilgrimage. Did you know that the French have a deeply rooted history in NM Just think of some of the names you hear in the state: St. Vrain, Catron, Ledoux, Girard, Gurule, L’Archevêque & many more! Driven by exploration, the fur trade, & the Catholic faith, French presence in NM can be traced back to the early 18th century. The merchant brothers Pierre & Paul Mallet traversed the Great Plains all the way to Santa Fe, Lewis & Clark employed several Frenchmen on their famous voyage, John Frémont, the Pathfinderr”, & his famous scout Kit Carson, explored the Southwest through 5 expeditions; Francis Aubry, nicknamed the “Skimmer of the Plains”, made the fastest crossing, with a record 800 miles from Santa Fe to Independence, Missouri in 5.5 days! The NM fur trade was controlled by French, making up 80% of the traders, Taos being their main hub. And during our early territorial days, it was the French who dominated NM’sCatholicc church. Under the direction of the first New Mexico bishop Jean-Baptiste Lamy, legions of French priests came to NM well into the early 20th century. How many of you have French in your ancestry Wishing you all a safe & happy weekend.NewMexico #honor #faith #religion #drawing #pastels #goldleafing #Madonna #Saints #paperclay #papersculptures #ornaments #Snowman #mermaids #fairies #sealife