Thursday, January 09, 2014

Earrings, Flower, TIAS, Snowflakes, Doilies, Bell, Heart, Pendant, Bookmarks and Motifs

Claire tatted this simple earring pattern by Jennifer Williams in Lizbeth Sea Green Dark #688, size 20.

Aysh took time to finish her flowers, but when her choice was chasing little ones or taking a good picture, the picture took second place. Nevertheless, there is a picture showing progress.

mb duke is using Lizbeth Elderberry Jam in size 20 for Jane's TIAS.

Diane has Snowflake 3 from Snowflake Roses by Denise Munoz, which was a fun tat and she likes the way it turned out. Snowflake 4 from Snowflake Roses by Denise Munoz was done in Green Coral Sea because she had misplaced her ball of white thread. and although she's not a big fan of dimpled rings, she thinks she did okay for her first try.

Fox has taken another stab at Iris Niebach's Irene pattern, this time with Sulky Blendables and some minute seed beads that needed a .4 hook. This time she escaped unscathed from the depredations of a vicious hook. Here are both pieces, the earlier one done in Altin Basak and the new one in Sulky Blendables, shown together for scale.

Kathy used Mary Konior's Maids of Honor edging and a modified Beauty Spots edging to create this one of a kind 25th Anniversary bell for her SIL who uses it on her Christmas tree every year. She shows it here with Mary's Queen of Hearts design, which she tatted in Lizbeth Vintage Harvest, size 20.

Marie used Lizbeth, size 40, Ocean Teal Dk, silver, glass seed beads, and part of the scroll design from a finding to create this pendant. After adding a foundation row, she added the tatting, incorporating the beads in the joins. The corner bookmark pattern by Nina Libin was done using size 10 crochet thread with a gold filament, for a tatting exchange.

Wanda revisiting a motif she made back in October, making a bit of a change in the outside round, using Lizbeth #670 Victorian Red in size 20. She used Lizbeth #130 Island Breeze in size 20 for her TIAS.

1 comment:

Grace Tyler said...

Hi, Sharon! I want to play again this year. I finished off the challenge last year with my christmas ornaments but didn't get the blog updated. :(

Thanks for doing this. I love looking at all the other artists' pages and seeing what they are up to. :) Hugs!