Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Rose in YarnArt Tulip

I exchanged some threads with Lenhen. It arrived a few days ago and I love the colours and the feel of it. It is not as slippery as silk. It was easy to tat with and I love the sheen.

Last week I saw this on Ellen's blog and loved the rose she made. I looked up the pattern by Jeanne Lugert and decided to try it.

I had been coveting Krystle's Lady of the Garden earrings for months and finally got them last week. I love the earrings.

What has all that got to do with this post. Well, I used all three colours of the YarnArt Tulip threads from Elena, ideas from Krystle's earrings and Ellen's roses; and made this.



Thank you all for the inspiration.

7 comments:

  1. Wow!
    What a pretty thing! )

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  2. Loverly! How wide does it measure?

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous!!! Love the colour of the thread as well!

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  4. Glad you liked it.
    Gina, the rose pattern required 25 split rings but I made only 20. The rose is about 0.75 inches across and total is 1.5 inches across.

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  5. I love seeing what people do with my rose pattern. thanks, it looks really good. those colors really look good together

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  6. I am honoured you visited agaon. I loved the pattern of the rose and meandering path. Thank you for sharing both patterns.

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