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By sewing machine, sew the dress back seam, and then join the round base to the dress. Cut 1⁄8" holes for the feet. Sew the wings. Turn these pieces. 3. To assemble the angel, fold the dress neck edge into the body, and stuff the body with fiberfill. Put glue on the top end of the legs, and push them into the dress leg holes and into the stuffing. Put glue on the bottom of the neck, and push it into the neck hole. 4. Glue the wrist lightly, wrap the sleeve around it, and hand sew the sleeve seam.
2-PP24-48 4/8/02 2:21 PM Page 29 Glass Ball 14 H alf a century ago, ornaments for Christmas trees consisted of little more than a string of lights, tinsel, glass balls, and a few molded glass shapes imported from Europe. Kurt Adler, a European native, decided to bring a wider variety to America. He started an import business, gathering such ornaments as German angels, candy-container snowmen and Santas, Czechoslovakian spun glass ornaments, and Italian miniature tree lights. He has been bringing new ideas ever since—realistic artificial trees, snow domes with lively scenes, and nutcracker toys in a variety of characters.
Beadwork has been practiced around the world since ancient times, especially in parts of Africa and Asia. The American Indians are also noted for their beadwork. Two currently popular varieties of strung beads are lamp work glass beads and Austrian Crystal beads. This flat beadwork is a portrait of an ornament sewn with tiny beads. Also shown are plastic apples. Y OU NEED • 31⁄2" x 4" stiff white fabric (buckram) • 31⁄2" x 4" felt backing in a harmonizing color • 2mm beads: (amounts are approximate) 300 light blue, 250 light green, 200 dark green, 200 orange, 150 red, 25 clear pink, 50 clear white • 3mm beads: 150 gold • Bugle beads: 50 gold, 15 green • Beading or small needle, beading thread, 3H pencil, scissors 34 1.