Friday, June 11, 2010

Flowers, Critters, Bookmarks, Motifs, and Doilies

Magda just finished this doily, with a slight variation in size from the one Patrycja made due mostly to the difference in their tension.

Paige tatted this butterfly with a double picot in size 20 Tropical Punch. She's been working on a window ornament/dream catcher for her Mom and plans for the butterfly to be the central feature. She's at the third row on Mom's Pink Doily. The center row is a variegated green, possibly Christmas Green Mix? from Lizbeth and the second row is Christmas Green.

Orsi goes through the dressmaking process of plan, pattern, cut and this time there is also lace making It's a lovely pairing of pure cotton and silk shantung.
Sue tatted the lovely Star-Shaped Snowflake from Tatted Snowflakes by Vida Sunderman in size 10 thread.

Carolyn tatted Jon Yusoff's Foldover Bookmark in Flora HH color 53 size 20.
NancyD tatted this trim called 'Coronet' from the book 'A Pattern Book of Tatting' by Mary Konior in HDT size 20 from Linda Mattox on ETSY.

Steph tatted a new pattern by Martha Ess,the hornet, one of her new block critters.
Fox pulled this motif tatted in Rainbow Brite out of the cupboard and used it on her business cards to promote tatting and displayed it in the shop. This pattern from Jon's book done in white with blue beads came out lovely and was fun to tat. The pattern from Iris Niebach's site was tatted in one of Dr. Von Threadmore's HDT and bugle beads.
Heather made this pendant for her daughter, but it's gone missing and she thinks the dog may have gotten it. She's also been tatting with wire and experimenting with string art. She did some test needle tatting for Martha to see if the designs being used for Palmettos could be needle tatted. Then she tried out one of Martha's new block tatted critters which was also a success.

Krystle has the first of her baby line started, but it may take a little tweaking to get the spacing right.

1 comment:

Fox said...

Thinking about you, Sharon and hoping you are okay.