This is day 1 of Jane Eborall's tat it and see. Such fun to look at the TIAS blog to see all the versions that come in. There's a link to the blog on the left of this page - Tatting Patterns with the added fun factor.
I'm still working on the drawn thread parts of my Schwalm embroidery. You can see that the circle in the middle is incomplete. The 'leaves' on the sides are worked in two different stitches. I don't know what they're called. I'm glad the teacher wrote the instructions down, because I don't know what to look for on the internet.
Everything is looking good!ReplyDelete
You are really tempting me to go looking for my book. However, I know I don't have all the necessary supplies, so for now, I'll stick with working on what I have readily available. Your stitching is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thank you. The supplies are not readily available in this part of South Africa. I was lucky my teacher assembled them for me.Delete
Love your Schwalm work! Off to check TIAS.ReplyDelete