Sunday, September 20, 2015

Necklaces, Bracelet, Earrings, Snowflakes, Doilies, Heart, Pendants, Card, Fair Entries and Bookmarks

Cigdem adapted a vintage edging pattern in Turkish polyester thread  with Japanese seed beads and turquoise tear drop beads to make a necklace she calls Turquoise Waves. This Black Diamond cuff bracelet was adapted from a tablecloth edging pattern in silk thread and delica beads. Silk thread with milky opal white crystals and silver pleated seed beads were used to create Gardenia earrings. These 3 sets of earrings were done with polyester thread combined with glass beads and crystals. This gothic style pendant was adapted from a vintage doily edge embellished with jet black crystals and metal beads. This Royal Jasper necklace was created using polyester thread in brown and cream tones, with more than five types of beads, crystals and natural green/brown jasper. This Green Jade set was made in polyester thread with gold seed beads and the matching earrings complete the look.

Linda tatted Jon Yusoff's Rose Window snowflake in fall colours for Halloween.

Diane has tatted 6 on the 10 motifs in this row and decided on a vertical visual to show us her progress.

Fox has row 2 done and went for another change of colour. With  darker background we can see the lovely coffee, caramel and cream shades she is using for this Jan Stawasz pattern that's being worked in size #80 Lizbeth.

Margaret made these two little hearts with Lizbeth thread, size 20 but there's no name on her pattern so she doesn't know who designed it.

Marie found a pretty plastic button and used it to create a pendant for her Garden collection. Her Mom wanted a pair of pink, changeable, angel earrings to give to someone special.

Martha had to share the charming card she received with tatted flower, bee and smiling face sun.

Phyllis has her fair entries ready, Mock Cluny star with beads, Karey Solomon's pattern from this years Tat Days. A purple beaded necklace done in her own HDT. A purple beaded lanyard using Patti Duff's pattern and a brown doily from the book Tatting with Friends.

Wanda tatted these Tardis bookmarks using Anne Bruvold's pattern in memory of her nephew who was a Dr Who fan.

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