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Beautifully tatted, wonder what it would look like in varig thread...sorry can't help it!
Very pretty. When I was in college, I lived in a dormitory named "Queen Anne's Hall". The dorms were named after Maryland counties at the University of Maryland. I used to answer the phone, "Queen Anne's Hall, Queen Anne speaking". So I'm very partial to this flower.
Hmmmm, Tatskool, I wonder how it would look too. Let me tat that up and show you soon.Hi Annie, thank you for that. It made me laugh.
Queen Anne's Lace is one of my favorite flowers, and I think this is beautiful!
This is so very pretty!!! Can you please tell us which book it came from? I'm hoping it's either from the one I have or the one I have checked out from the guild library. Going to go and look now!
this is a very lovely pattern. i tatted this sometime back n i think the rounds can just go on and on. and i tatted it in variegated thread. nice.
Thanks Diane.Hi Paula, the pattern is from Mary Konior's 'A Pattern Book of Tatting' on pg 82.Hi Val, do you have a photo of it to show us? That would be great if you do.
Our library doesn't have that book so I will see if a friend happens to have it. Thanks for the info!
I loved Queen Anne's Lace ans I grew up surrounded by lots of it! It is so white and there is often a little drop of red near the centre, if I remember correctly, which one could always tat in! Looks great in white - very realistic!Fox : )