No, these are not
patterns, but I did
them. I have found
patterns all over
the web and will
link them when I
Here is a page that shows what others are doing with Twilleys Goldfingering Thread.
I finally have enough pictures to do this.
I contacted knitter’s and crocheters from Ravelry.com and asked permission to show
the work they have done using this wonderful thread. The first ones are mine;
no I don't just make ornaments, so enjoy.
Let me know if you have photos to share!
Colinette Crochet Necklace
“This was made from a pattern in Colinette’s
Arboretum - I think it was called Wisteria.”
Bearsaunty at Ravelry.com
Dorothy Socks—Red Glitter
“The Goldfingering knitted up well for socks and I’ve washed and worn them several times now.
Pattern is from a 1978 magazine.”
Pacificrin at Ravelry.com Knitted
Lace Mini Jacket
“Paxcheung at Ravelry.com Knitted
Blythe Evening Frocks
“1960’s inspired evening glamour for Blythes.
I had fun with these.”
Lyndell at Ravelry.com
Pullover in metallic yarn
“The pattern is not mine. It came from an
old book that used cotton sport yarn. I
changed it to the Twilley’s, which came out
a little smaller, but still worked out. The
cotton version is on my Ravelry projects
page in lime green.”
Hazel at Ravelry.com Crochet
Fat Bottom Bag
"It was made using the famous Fat Bottomed
Bag pattern by Julie Armstrong Holetz from
the Stitch ‘n’ Bitch Crochet: The Happy
It was made by Euryale on www.Ravelry.com
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