IsDihara broke out the Olive Green size 80 to tat a Celtic top for a strawberry. For the first sample she used DMC size 80 tatting cotton in mint green and Handy Hands size 80 Majestic in Christmas Green (color #829) for the leaves.The basic berry is tatted in Coats & Clarks "boilfast" size 70 tatting cotton. Brigitte tatted Martha Ess' pattern for a brain as a parting gift for the Neurosurgery Resident who was with there department for several months. She used size 20 Lizbeth in pink, the grey was Flora and the green was Manuela.
Laurette tatted this oak leaf and acorn from Tatting Turns Over a New Leaf by Karey Solomon. Seed beads were added to give the illusion of dew drops on the leaf and she made an extra long stem and attached an acorn for a bookmark.
Shirl used size 80 thread for this bookmark. The Spinning Wheel pattern can be found in “Tatting with visual Patterns” by Mary Konior tatted here in DMC 60 in white.
Krystle was tatting Mary Konior's Spinning Wheel pattern in size 80 thread when she noticed a fatal error. Retro tatting nearly invisible stitches or cutting thread. It's a tough decision.
that she didn't like and used it for this project. She still doesn't like the thread, but at least now there is less of it in her stash.
Ellen was panicking about coming up with a paper clip pattern for this month, but luckily, inspiration came in the form of a sun. The designs are her first attempt at working Catherine Wheel joins. To make it more adorable, a pair of eyes and a pair of glasses were added to it.
Barbara tatted the Canadian Sugar Maple Leaf Designed by Gale Marshall in 2002. She used HDT from Yarnplayer in size 20 called Knitty Gritty which was perfect fall leaf colouring.
Carol made a couple of crosses for a friend, the one on the left may be from the Rebecca Jones book and the other from a Ring of Tatters book. Both are very easy crosses to make.
She tatted this cute little pig a few months ago and forgot to post a picture of it. It's a Pam Palmer design, from one of the Tatting Treats books.
Heather enjoys doing celtic tatting and her daughter loves wearing it. Heather was asked by a new tatter for some leaf patterns and for Tatting Tea Tuesday she designed some new leaves. You can find the pattern on her blog.
Sherry shows us the first item from her Monday Mondo Giveaway, a gorgeous leaf tatted in size 80 thread. The hummingbird is one of Heather's designs from her newest book "Tatted Earrings and Things" tatted in Confetti Sprinkles HDT.