The Knotting Nurse's blog, I thought I'd do that instead. Sharon has given the pattern in needle tatting terms, which is not a problem of course, I just have to ignore instructions like 'turn and tie off'! I took on board Sharon's tip that a lock join is not the best join to use. Instead, I swap shuttles before making the join, which amounts to the same thing as Sharon did. I use a safety pin to create a space to join the next ring to:
I'm also attracted to that pattern! I've bookmarked it for later use. I have several more Curds & Whey bookmarks I'd like to make.ReplyDelete
Lovely, and nice thread too.ReplyDelete
I'm so happy to see that you made the edging/insertion. I worked the pattern with shuttle yesterday and will be posting it on my blog.ReplyDelete
Yay! I'd enjoy the shuttle version ; )Delete
Looks fabulous!!! :)ReplyDelete
An example of changing chain curves 😉 Nice tip about using a place holder.ReplyDelete
Love the colourway - works beautifully with this pattern.