Well, day 7 has certainly taken us off on a tangent. The main part keeps reminding me of a crocodile head, but I don't think the new bit really supports that.
This is Round 2
of the Renulek Spring Doily. I like the asymmetric picots. Easy, but different and effective. Peering at Renata's photo, I noticed that her joining picots are smaller than her decorative picots. I wondered if my bigger picots would lead to cupping, but no, it lies perfectly flat.
Perhaps it is a peacock standing on its head here ?ReplyDelete
Lovely start to the doily !
I didn't think of a crock that was a good one. And I too have done several of her doilies I think the picots don't make that much of a difference, what size thread?ReplyDelete
Looks like a a lobster possibly! ;)ReplyDelete
Beautiful start to that doily!! :)
This secret tatting will certainly keep me watching to find out the reveal. I adore your colors. Interesting doily with the facing picots.ReplyDelete
Enjoying watching Renuleks doily unfold. Wonder if I should join in the fun!ReplyDelete
Go for it!Delete
I love your tatting. Yes we are on a tangent on the TIAS. Renulek has used this center before on a snowflake and I find all her patterns tend to lie flat although she does like her chains tight.ReplyDelete
Lovely start for the doily! I enjoyed tatting her previous doilies, so maybe I could join too.ReplyDelete
I'm starting to believe that you're tatting a gnome and that long part is the hat...