Alternate glass beads and leaves with colorful bells to create jewelry that evokes snow-covered Christmas holly sprigs and other winter berries. All the jewelry findings you will need are available at crafts stores.
Soft, shimmering yarns make the most of this basic pattern. We used two yarns -- one ivory mohair and one sequined novelty yarn. A simple technique called grafting is used to close the toe and heel, or you can hand-sew them closed using mohair yarn.
Needles: 4 double-pointed knitting needles and 1 tapestry needle. Adjust size to obtain gauge.
Gauge: 5 stitches per inch
Kid mohair yarn, in Snow (No. 250), and beaded silk and sequin yarn, in Snow (No. 250S); both by Artyarns, from Fabulousyarn, 845-757-4322.
Wool felt (WF23), 18 by 18 inches, in white, from A Child's Dream Come True, 800-359-2906.
Novelty wool fabric, in ivory, from B&J Fabrics, 212-354-8150.
Cup loose sequins (No. 34425), in Oyster White, and velvet ribbon (No. 02416), in Ivory; both from M&J Trimming, 800-965-8746.
Greet visitors with graceful traceries of winter vines and fauna. The artwork is easy to create using our printable template, which comes in sections. Static holds the pieces in place on a glass or mirrored surface without the need for adhesive, so you can reuse the snowy silhouette for years to come.
White static-cling vinyl (about 60 inches of 24-inch-wide vinyl for the design shown), from macroenter.com
Transfer paper in Graphite by Saral, from dickblick.com