Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Doily, Motifs, Snowflake and Earrings

Jess is working on her Yes U Can doily, the small motif is one of those that border the edge of the doily and it looks pretty small. In between caring for a little one and studying she's managed the single shuttle row and she's loving the yellows in this round. This tiny motif is a Mary Konior design done in Lizbeth size 80 Grape Splash. 

Marta is delighted that this challenging doily is completed and she got to use a lot of the new techniques she was learning to finish it.

IsDihara has posted a challenge picture. Can you tell what she is tatting?

Bree is tatting a pattern from Lynn Morton's book, Tatting Patterns in Lizbeth leaf green, size 20, and Omega variegated yellow, size 30. She's planning on making a few in red and green as Christmas ornaments.

Fox found Susanne Schwenke's Snowflake Design excessively, frustratingly, difficult, but she persevered and here is this amazingly delightful snowflake done in vintage Coats #30. And beads of course, Fox can't resist beads.

Kelly tatted the Magic Square pattern that Norm at the Fringe shared. It's done in size 10 LizBeth, colour autumn spice. She's also been needle tatting to test an earring pattern for Lily.

Lily created this pattern a while ago, but she wanted a needle tatter to test it out. The Spinning Wheel Glass Mat by Mary Konior from Tatting with Visual Patterns has finally be conquered. It's tatted in Hakelgarn size 20 Snow white, with tiny glass red seed beads.

1 comment:

Fox said...

Hi, Sharon,
Can you believe I am #24 already? I am going to go for the #100 motif challenge! That way I do not have to keep "renewing". I will number them on my blog! I wonder how long it will take... Just keep me up and running please!
Fox : )