Yes, I know it's January, but I thought that Frivole's
motif would be good to try out my new shuttle. I did larkshead picot joins in the middle. Interesting how they look interlinked. I think that's because the picots are so close to each other. Frivole's original has 'invisible' joins in the middle, but I quite like the effect of these. The thread is Tat-ilicious
key lime raspberry parfait.
Beautiful motif. That tread is delicious looking. Love that shuttle! I have that thread from Jess too, but please do tell more about where you got that beautiful shuttle.ReplyDelete
Hi Jane! I have been having computer trouble since Christmas and have not seen your blog lately. What a beautiful shuttle and a sweet husband for having it made for you. It pleases me that you made a beaded bag for it. It is stunning as well.ReplyDelete
I am still making Frivole's snowflakes, too. Getting a head start on next Christmas. :-)
I have made a few more of your flower dangles, they were such a big hit with everyone.
Happy New Year!
Thanks, and Happy New Year to you too!Delete
Here is snow and cold weather, so it is so good to see colors like that. The snowflake became a pretty pendant:)))ReplyDelete
I have had the interlocking picots show up using the LHPJ before too. They are rather fun.ReplyDelete
Jess!'s colorway is very pretty and bright.
Lovely motif! I like your new shuttle so much, I'm thinking of visiting a jeweler friend to see if I can have a custom shuttle made for me! ;-)ReplyDelete
Good idea. Jack reckons we should take orders for this jeweller, but I'm not sure how practical that is.Delete
Well, it might not be practical, but it sure would be fun! Would you let me know if the jeweller is interested and what the cost would be?Delete
Ok, I'll make some enquiries and come back to you.Delete