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Monday, December 03, 2007

Part 15: Advent Chain

chains on tree
I am sure most people in the USA have made a paper advent chain in elementary school. Well, here is one made from ribbon or rick rack ,whichever you choose.

  • rick rack or ribbon
  • needle / thread / scissors
  • fray check
  • bell, if desired
Order of events:
  1. Cut rick rack into two-inch lengths.
  2. Fray check ends of rick rack, and let dry.
  3. Curl around finger and stitch.
  4. Weave next rick rack inside of first; repeat 3 and 4 to desired length.
  5. Add bell at bottom; this helps it to hang a little straighter.
  6. Add hanger; done.
on tree


  1. Ric rac is one of the best inventions ever!

  2. I really like the use of the ric-rack. It's coming back.

  3. Wow, what a creative idea!

    Someone with way too much time on their hands could make a whole garland for their tree......


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