Sharon has round 2 of Renulek's spring 2017 doily done.
Pop Maria saw the flower Muskaan tatted and had to try it for herself. Not being content with the basic flower she had to jazz it up with beads. She liked Diane's Ice Drops and had to give them a whirl. Here's one with some graduated drop beads. Then one with lots of fluffy, frilly, picots. Lots for picots make for a nice flower and a lovely lapel pin.
Marthanne made her first Angel in Lizbeth 20 #152, but she decided to try it again in size 40 and she made two with Lizbeth #168. She began Renulek's 2017 Doiley beginning with a chain. You can see that it did not work very well, so she tried again. She's not happy with the chains in round 2 and she'd like them to be more even. Round 3 is started, but now she wants to see what it looks like in size 40. The answer, of course is that it looks wonderful.
Marie tatted the "Graduation Cross," by Wanda Salmans. This quick, cross pattern is by Wendy Durell, called "Split Ring Cross."
Muskaan shows the process of how mistakes can be turned into new designs. Her first needle tatting attempts were some of the basics. These morphed into her Burlesque Pendant. Then she went a step further and worked out how to shuttle tat her needle tatting design.
Nikki was having trouble selecting a new design to start so she opted for tatting Renulek's Wiosna 2015 again, this time working in Artiste size 10 in black and wild berry.
Sue is making progress on her tablecloth and ignoring all those ends she'll have to hide. (Been there, done that and can I just say, on large projects, don't leave the ends until last, hide the ends as you go so that when the last motif is finished you'll just have the last 2 ends to hide and you're truly done. At the stage where Sue is at, I'd make a point of hiding ends on the next motif finished and one additional motif until I'm caught up.) She finally found a pink ribbon to go with the necklace for her granddaughter and both necklaces are finished with clasps.