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Pöchlarn
Quadruple spiral
Iridescent ball
Golden lace ball




 The ball "Pöchlarn" is named after an 
 Austrian town. It is worked as a spiral
  cloth stitch band.


  6 pairs Aurifil 12/2
  3 pairs MEZ Spitzengarn (crochet cotton) 80
  6 cm styrofoam ball

  The ball "Quadruple spiral" was made with  
  transparent nylon sewing thread which I had  
  previously dyed. It was published in 2014 in
  Spitzen Kugeln  - eine Form, viele

  Möglichkeiten
(Grüne Reihe, Deutscher
  Klöppelverband)

  7 pairs Madeira Monofil 40 for each colour
  1 Paar 0.22 mm fishing line for each colour
  6 cm styrofoam ball

  The pattern for this ball was published in the
  OIDFA Bulletin 1/2007. It is worked as a
  spiral band in random ground.

  12 pairs Metallic Madeira 40 (Astro 1)
   6 cm styrofoam ball

  The 6 segments of the golden lace ball are
  worked from pole to pole and back with
  cloth stitch edges and a filling of  Torchon
  ground.

  12 pairs Madeira Metallic 40
  4 cm styrofoam ball

Chinese lantern Slagelse
Blue planet
Poinsettia


  The Chinese lantern has 12 segments
  worked  from pole to pole and back in
  cloth stitch with twisted workers.


  8 pairs Goldschild linen Nm 50/3, Nel 80/3
  6 cm styrofoam ball
  The lace ball "Slagelse"  is named after a
  Danish town. It is relatively quick to work
  in whole stitch and twist. The six segments
  are worked from pole to pole and back.

  8 pairs Goldschild linen Nm 50/3, Nel 80/3
  6 cm styrofoam ball
  "Blue planet" consists of a spiral band
  worked with transparent thread and linen.
  4 pairs each wound with two threads:
   linen Nm 50/3 (Blue Bajou from Barbara
   Diesing) and Madeira Monofil 40,
  2 pairs Madeira Monofil 40 (workers)
  6 cm styrofoam ball

  The pattern for this ball was published in
  the Danish handicrafts magazine
  Haandarbejtsbladet in November 2009.

  5 pairs Anchor Mercer Crochet 80
  1 Paar Coats Ophir (Gold)
  6 cm styrofoam ball
Blue planet-2 Football
Blues
Poinsettia-2




  The spiral band forming this ball is
  worked with linen thread in random
  ground.

  6 pairs linen Nm 50/3
  (Blue Bajou from Barbara Diesing)
  6 cm styrofoam ball
  The lace pricking for the football was
  published in "Die Spitze 2/2012". First
  the pentagons are all worked separately.
  Then all the hexagons can be worked in
  one go.
  8 pairs DMC crochet cotton 80 in black
  16 pairs DMC crochet cotton 80 in white
  7 cm styrofoam ball
  In this blue ball the segments are worked
  in cloth stitch at the poles and in cloth stitch
  and twist in the centre.


  10 pairs Moravia linen 50/4
  6 cm styrofoam ball
  Poinsettia-2 is the all red version of the
  red and white ball above.
Halloween
Red Ball
Golden Gauze Ground
Forget-me-not




  The instructions for making the ball
  "Halloween" were published in Vuelta y
  Cruz - Twist and Cross
in Nov. 2015. It
  glows in the dark.
It was worked on the
  same pricking as  "Red Ball" und "Golden
  Gauze Ground".


  14 pairs Special Madeira Halloween
 
6 cm styrofoam ball
  The instructions for making the red ball with
  its ground of cloth stitch squares were
  published in Vuelta y Cruz - Twist and Cross
  in Nov. 2015. It was worked on the same
  pricking as the balls "Halloween" und
  "Golden Gauze Ground".

 
13 pairs Bockens Knyppelgarn (linen) 60/2
 
6 cm styrofoam ball
  The instructions for the ball in gauze ground
  were published in Vuelta y Cruz - Twist and
  Cross
in Nov.
2014. It was worked on the
  same pricking as  "Halloween" und "Red
  Ball".


  16 pairs Madeira Metallic No. 40
 
6 cm styrofoam ball
  The instructions for making the forget-
  me-not ball were published in 2014 in the
  booklet Spitzen Kugeln - eine Form, viele
  Möglichkeiten
(Grüne Reihe, Deutscher
  Klöppelverband)
.

  15
pairs MEZ Spitzengarn 80 (background)
  8
pairs MEZ Spitzengarn 80 (flowers)
 
6 cm styrofoam ball

                       
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