Monday, January 26, 2015
here. They're not as simple as they may look. I'm familiar with layered tatting, where the layers are not joined to each other, but in this pattern the upper small rings are joined to the lower bigger rings. I read Corina Meyfeldt's notes here and followed her link to Georgia Seitz's notes on Ankars tatting. I'd like to say, 'Before I began', but actually it was after I realised I didn't know what I was doing! The beads are sewn on after the tatting is done, which is a first for me. I think they turned out fine. Thanks for the pattern Mary.
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Those are pretty earrings! I don't think to tat earrings, because I can't wear them. I have made a few pair for my mom. Isn't it funny how things fall off our to-do lists if they don't have significance for us?ReplyDelete
Very pretty, love your colouringReplyDelete
So pretty! Ankars tatting is fun.ReplyDelete
Very elegant. I like the pearls on white thread.ReplyDelete
They look very elegant!!! :)ReplyDelete
I have wondered how that layered tatting works :) sometimes I think I could even make up something, but I would have no clue how to repeat or write down directions ha ha ha You have done a great job and twice!ReplyDelete
They look awesomeReplyDelete
I must say, it is not easy but not impossible, as you have shown.
Very beautiful :-)ReplyDelete
Love the earrings ! Another technique I have on my long to-learn listReplyDelete