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  • 1. How to:
    pretty tea light holders
    kootoyoo … click & stitch
  • 2. Supplies: straight plain glasses (this can be picked up very cheaply at op shops/thrift stores), cotton or bamboo (& a peg for if you need another hand).
  • 3. Begin by wrapping the thread once around the glass. Tie a knot to secure (be sure to leave the tail nice & long).
  • 4. Wrap the glass in a random fashion…up & down, round & round…until you are satisfied with the result.
  • 5. Tie the wound end to the tail of the original knot.Snip off both ends to neaten.
  • 6. Slip tea light candles into the glasses & group together.
  • 7. They really do caste beautiful shadows when lit in a darkened room.Perfect for a centre piece at a wedding or your holiday table.
    December 2010 www.kootoyoo.com

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