The angel is an iconic symbol of Christmas and this delicate necklace is an understated way to show your Christmas spirit this year.
Handmade in white quilting cotton with a 0.5 mm crochet hook, this charm is then carefully attached to a silver plated brass square frame. It measures just 2 cm across. The charm is then attached to an 17 inch silver plated brass chain with a jump ring. All items are nickle free.
A delicate crochet charm is the perfect gift for the loved ones in your life – and even more so for those craft lovers.
If you have any queries with your order please contact me here on Conscious Crafties or via email at email@example.com.
As each item will be handmade to order my turnaround time is 10 days until it is posted.
Once made, the item will be shipped via Royal Mail 1st Class Signed For (UK only).
International orders will be shipped using Royal Mail International, however the availability of tracking and delivery estimates vary depending where in the world you are. Please contact me for an estimate for your country.
Care instructions: please take care when wearing this necklace as the material is not sealed and will stain.
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Hey! I’m Tanya, aka Yarnya, a self confessed yarn addict from South East Essex in the UK.
Crochet came into my life in January 2013 when a lady from the WI taught me the basics and everything about the craft just clicked. I turned to websites, YouTube, books – anything I could get my hands on to learn more – and the rest, as they say, is history.
When I fell ill with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also known as ME) in the summer of 2013, crochet became much more than just a hobby to me. It gave me something to do when I couldn’t do anything else. I had to give up so much of what I loved, but crochet could just come along for the ride and there was a project for every day – Granny Squares for those fuzzy brain days and more challenging patterns for when I just wanted to think of nothing else except creating. It was perfect and it gave me hope.
During the summer of 2015 Mum sat down to teach me how to knit… that was a fun day! But, after the initial confusion of how to handle two needles instead of just one hook. I was off and my Yarnya adventure continued.
If you also love yarn – get in touch by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I take a limited number of commissions per month, so if you want something in particular please contact me for my availability.