Sunday, October 16, 2016

Snowflake, Motifs, Doilies, Flowers, Butterflies, Angel, Bracelet, Pendants and Leaves

Sarah tatted this lovely flake which was originally shared by Emma Crew, and in the original pattern, each petal contained a butterfly tatted separately in size 80 thread, but Sarah opted for an all white snowflake.

Elsa started this project on July 10 of this year: making a shawl from the traditional pattern of the wheel with 19 colours of DMC pearl cotton size 12 and here it is with 76 wheels completed.

Melanie is thrilled that this Hen N Chicks square by Rachael Mohler is her 25th motif completed in a year. Congratulations! Want to start again?

Diane finished the Spinning Wheel glass mat from Tatting with Visual Patterns by Mary Konior in size 80 Lizbeth #712, Kelly Green Med and it's a perfect size for her curio cabinet. Check out her collection of shuttles, if there's a shortage of shuttles in the world, blame Diane, she's got them all! LOL

Eliz has finished a whole bunch of little projects, like these Wiggly Flowers by Muskaan done in Pink variegated, size 10 Manuela, the other variegated being size 20  Lizbeth. She did Butterfly Liberated also by Muskaan in size 20 Lizbeth variegated. She's also working on a large project, Serwetka Wiosna 2016 by Renata Renulek Niemczyk, which is being done in size 80 DMC & Lizbeth and she's already on row 10. Candle adaptation using Rachael Mohler's Hen n Chicks Square is done in Green size 20 Cebelia, Red size 20 Manuela, variegated gold/white size 20 Manuela with strand of gold Kreinik Blending Filament. She experimented by starting these squares at different places and shares her results. She test tatted Cornelia Pheiffer's Angel in White size 30 Cebelia.

Lilas rediscovered the pulled loop join when she worked on this pattern by Nina Libin.

Marie has added tatting to another single clip earring to create this pendant.

Muskaan shares her Bond of Love bracelet with details of it's creation. Also shared are patterns for Wiggly Flowers, Butterfly Liberated, and Laurel Leaf. Check it out.

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