Monday, February 16, 2009

Snowflakes and Dragons

It has been a while since I have done an update, so please bear with me.

Laura Rose has tatted two more of Jon's Quantiesque Snowflake, again done in white size 20 crochet thread and a gold metallic thread. I don't think I'll ever get tired of seeing this snowflake.

Krystle tatted a square motif from a vintage tatting book. Whatever the pattern is called, it is still very pretty.

Vinnie has posted a bunch of pictures of her WIPs. I think many of us are guilty of starting new projects before the current ones are finished. Vinnie also posted a link to a heart pattern of her's.

Bev posted a picture of a WIP from one of Karey Solomon's books. This is a multipurpose motif that alternates Forget-me-nots and block tatting. Very pretty. I can't wait to see the motif when it is done.

Ellen posted a picture of some of her recent shuttle purchases as well as a picture of two Microdragons from Anne Bruvold. This is another pattern on my to do list. I love the colours Ellen used, especially the bottom ones.

Eva has tatted Jon's Quantiesque Snowflake again, this time in a variegated yellow. Lovely.

Joy posted a picture of a tatted rosary that she recently completed. The pattern is called "Jeanne's Rosary" from Georgia Seitz's book Tatting Online. Joy used Olympus size 40 thread (which is really a size 20 thread) to tat the rosary. Very nice Joy.

Sherry is back from her holidays and has posted a picture of some tatted motifs made by her great granny. It's always nice to see the tatted items made by our relatives, especially if they are no longer with us.

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