Muskaan's 'side-by-side' interlaced rings have been on my to-do list for some time. Muskaan has made a number of tutorials to show how it's done. I started here
and used links to look at other pages too. It took me a while to get the hang of, I have to say. I had trouble getting going, until I told myself to use some logic and stop blindly trying to follow the instructions! It reminds me of waves. Think of doing it in two shades of blue.
The 'flower' at the end uses muskaan's intruding picot
, a technique that is simple and clever! The beads are added to the intruding picots in each ring.
Very pretty! That's a technique that's on my to-do list.ReplyDelete
I have saved her page to hopefully have a go at this in the future, it looks beautiful.ReplyDelete
I looked at those instructions and decided to leave studying them for now, but having seen your bookmark and flower may lead to a change of mind. Lovely!ReplyDelete
I Knew you would make me proud, Jane :-D Thank you so much - it is beautiful.ReplyDelete
I had the same epiphany with Aurora's method - finally got my hands to work correctly ;-P
Very pretty! Love your colour choice 🌸ReplyDelete
Beautiful bookmark, this is on my to do list to tryReplyDelete