Friday, April 08, 2011

Earrings, Bookmark, Edging, Flower, Doily, Necklace and Snowflakes

Justyna joins the challenge and has posted a pair of beaded earrings tatted in the colours of a romantic sunset.
Bev aka BJ has tatted another of Jeanne Lugert's Rosary pattern. This one is in Choco-lime HDT by TatSkool with Czech fired-glass, brown with flashes of red, sterling medal and cross and some tiger eyes.
Diane is getting ready for a bookmark exchange and has 3 bookmarks ready. This one is also from Emsyjane and the thread is Altin Basak size 50 color #3001.
Fox is making great progress on her tatted edging. Edgings take quite a while to tat, but the nice thing about them is that after a couple of repeats you memorize the pattern and they become mindless tatting that you do and still carry on a conversation, or watch the kids play hockey.
Gina has tatted some hyperbolic blossoms following Patty Dowden's instructions and will use them for decorations.
Ingrid has started a clover doily designed by Gun Blomqvist and Elwy Persson using Virtuoso white cotton from her aunt's stash. White is nice and crisp and goes with everything.

Isa has finished her necklace using the Turkish technique called Mekik Oyasi, complete with enamel beads to match.
Sue's monogrammed anniversary gift didn't fit, so she cleverly covered the monogram with tatted Beaded Snowflakes (without beads) from Tatted Snowflakes by Vida Sunderman made in Tatskool's Coral Reef size 40. Now it can be worn and appreciated by her niece. 

1 comment:

prabhjyotsaini said...

Count me in, I am ready for the challenge. I have posted my work here - http://funwithtatting.blogspot.com/2011/04/motif-1-necklace.html