Monday, 4 June 2018

3D Elf and Hammer Public House Christmas Village Ornament Pattern

ThreadABead daily pattern 3D Elf and Hammer Public House Christmas Village Ornament Pattern online at

The Elf and Hammer Public House is the fifteenth in a series of 3D ornaments that make up the ThreadABead Christmas Village. The Elf & Hammer Public House is a two-story traditional English Pub in a quaint style similar to other houses in the Christmas village with a snow covered roof. However, there is a large sign above the door and a swinging sign at the corner of the building - just like a real pub! Landlord and proprietor Tavern McTends lives upstairs when he is not behind the bar serving drinks to all the hardworking elves who meet here after a hard days work. The elves love to chat to Tavern and drink some of the festive beverages on offer, such as Northstar Brew, Santa's Special Cider, Peppermint Beer or even their favourite Fizzy Jingle Juice! But lets go around the back to see who is there at the moment….. Its Drinkie Alottie, he has just popped in to try the latest brew, The Toymaker's ale….we hope he likes it! The 3D Pub has been designed to either hang from a tree using ribbon/thread and the special chimney loop or with its flat bottom it can sit on a mantle piece as part of a winter village scene. Made using Round Peyote and Odd Count Peyote the pub 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 79 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 18 colours in total and the finished beadwork is approximately 3.25cm (w) x 3.25cm (d) x 5.25 (h) cm A 6mm bead is required as well as a gold plated head pin. Wadding is optional, and a no tangle thread bobbin is useful. If the beadwork is to be used as an ornament some ribbon/thread will be needed to hang the beadwork from. The bead pattern supplied is 27 pages and includes a full colour photo instructions and coloured pattern chart where needed.

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