Saturday, October 23, 2010

Bracelets, Doily, Dragon, Flowers, Motifs, Necklaces, and Snowflake

Hattalahutta went on a tatting shopping spree and one of her book purchases, A Pattern Book of Tatting by Mary Konior, came with a surprise inside, a Wild Rose from the book. It's apparently a remnant from a previous owner.

Corina used her father's upholstery needle to tat Kersti's Flower bookmark in yarn. She added a braided cord and a couple of modified flower segments to make a unique necklace.

Isabel got together with several of her friends and they had a secret exchange that had to be something made in tatting or something to tat with. She received a lovely tatted flower and a necklace. What she gave were tatted bracelets in 2 sizes, because she didn't know who her gift was going to, along with a tatted flower.

Fox has been tatting Seahorse Dragons for all the grands, but this one seems to have the temperament of it's future owner and seemed to require some head butting to behave, but here she finally is, awesomely attractive, Abigail, the pink dragon.

Sue has been working on tiny triangles and when we first saw them she had created a diamond. Then the diamond stretched out into a bow tie. The bow tie sprouted some points and became a star. Now the question is, will there be enough thread? Meanwhile the doily has grown and she now has row 10 complete which looks like a good place to stop.

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