Thursday, August 15, 2013

Necklaces, Snowflakes, Bookmarks, Baby Bonnet, Flowers, Motifs, Doilies and Earrings

Cigdem designed and tatted this pendant in Lizbeth size 10 in silver color with a mix of pearls, Czech glass beads and seed beads for the chain.

Carrie made two snowflake number 2 and on the left are two snowflake number 3 from Lael Morgan Pattern No. & Splendid Snowflakes which she has tatted in white size 5. Simple Cross by Crazy Mom is being worked in Size 10 Victory Red. She's seeing more proof that she tats tightly as she works on the baby bonnet.

Jane made a yellow chain with ruffled picots and then did inverted tatting in red around that chain to made a yellow and red flame lily. She worked this one in size 40, since that was the size she had the right colours in. Here are more flower doodles using both layered picots and inverted tatting.

Jessica's first attempt at a new motif from Priscilla Tatting #3, but it obviously won't stay flat without serious blocking.

Diane is pleased that she finished Baiduri from Elegant Tatting Gems by Jon Yusoff, although she might have to give it a little more stringent blocking to be happy with it.

Fox loves this tiny one inch motif by Corina Meyfeldt that she tatted in Perfect Quilter thread. The Star Attraction by Linda Davies is done in #40 Lizbeth and #50 Altin Basak. Playing with Clovers and Perfect Quilter thread using this Blomqvist and Persson pattern.

IsDihara won a first place blue ribbon for her rendition of Norma Benporath's Lace Mat which was featured in Jon Yusoff's tatalong. The other entry by her friend Sw4nkyL4c3r, was an oval lace mat. Isdihara spent time at the fair demonstrating tatting.

Marie created this design in size 10 to help teach her students how to tat floating rings using a two tatting needles. These little earrings can be found were done in Lizbeth, size 20, black; size 80 purple, and Kreinik glow in the dark grape in size 4 and were perfect for using up some of the thread on a shuttle.

Sue tatted these dreamcatcher earrings in size 40 Yarnplayer's HDT Celery.

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