Monday, June 29, 2009

Angels, Doilys and Bugs

Kelly has tatted a trio of angels. The large pink one is made using Southmaid size 10 thread and the smaller cream ones are made with DMC size 30. The pattern is by Teri Dusenbury.

Wanda shows us a cool little doily she came up with, using DMC size 30 thread in ecru. Hope she writes out the pattern. She also took Debbie Arnold's (of DS9Design fame) seahorse pattern and modified it into a standard horse head. She used Lizbeth size 20 thread in Caribbean.

Ellen has created another paperclip bookmark using wire and star sequins. Very patriot, and with Canada Day and Independence day coming up this week, these would make great gifts. The pattern is available at Georgia's site (link is for the 2009 index).

Alan has crocheted a bonnet and bootie set for his Serta Counting Sheep and added some bling in the form of a tatted tiara with a Swarovski crystal. Tatting makes everything look better.

Martha was experimenting with Single Shuttle Split Rings (SSSR) and came up with a tatted lanyard using butterfly beads. Who wouldn't want a buggy lanyard?

Tattingchic shows us the pretty tatted heart that Pamela sent her. Pamela also sent her a card and some HDT. You can see pictures at Tattingchic's blog.

Wally took a purchased canvas tote and decorated it with markers, stamps, and buttons with tatting added to them to make flowers and butterflies. Very cool.

1 comment:

Jessica said...

I am trying to find where the Angels by Teri Dusenbury came from.