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Topic: Crocheted BMO brooch  (Read 1088 times)
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« on: August 31, 2014 06:32:03 AM »

This little BMO brooch was really easy to make; it is just two larger rectangles and one smaller rectangle, and some embroidery. I used my BMO action figure (although, it doesn't move ...) to judge the placement of the buttons - they look pretty cute together!

For the two larger rectangles, I did ten chains with a 4mm hook, then did single stitch into nine of the stitches (the tenth chain becomes your turning stitch). I did single stitch for a total of 13 rows (with a turning stitch at the end of each row). The screen was done the same way, but I only did seven chain stitches to begin and a total of six rows. After I weaved in all the ends, sewed on the screen, and did the embroidery, I stitched a badge back onto the second large rectangle and then sewed the two pieces together.

It's not totally necessary to have both of the two larger rectangles, but I think it looks a lot neater this way, plus it gives the brooch more structure ^___^

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