Monday, 6 August 2018

3D Elf School Christmas Village Ornament Pattern

Beaders just added bead pattern of 3D Elf School Christmas Village Ornament Pattern at

The Elf School is the sixteenth in a series of 3D ornaments that make up the ThreadABead Christmas Village. With its distinctive red colour the school really stands out in the village. The school also has a bell tower with real jingle bell on its snow-covered roof which if you tap it, it rings out across the village letting the elves know it is school time. At the front of the building is the main entrance with a canopy over the door to protect the elves and their books from any early snowy weather. Above the door is the sign for the school, bordered in galvanized gold. Listen! Can you hear the bell ringing for the start of school? Don't be late, or Mr McKnowsalot will give you lines! The Elf school is where all the little village Elves go to pass their SHEC (Santa Helper Elementary Course). If you look around the back, you can see Mr McKnowsalot teaching little Jolly Swots all about the history of the Christmas Stocking and why it is so important during Christmas. It looks like Jingle Twinkle jnr is a bit late for class, let's hope Mr McKnowsalot is in a cheery mood… The 3D School has been designed with its flat bottom to sit on a mantle piece as part of a winter village scene. Made using Round Peyote and Odd Count Peyote the school takes around 8-10 hours to bead. As usual with ThreadABead featured patterns we give full detailed photographic instructions and in this pattern there are 101 detailed steps, making this pattern even suitable for beginners to beading. Please note the pattern may not work with any other size and type of beads. There are 17 colours in total and the finished beadwork is approximately 3.25cm (w) x 4.25cm (d) x 5 (h) cm A 10mm jingle bell is required. Wadding is optional, and a no tangle thread bobbin is useful. The bead pattern supplied is 31 pages and includes a full colour photo instructions and coloured pattern chart where needed.

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