If you love tatted lace, jewellery, plants and anything handcrafted, come back often.
I will regularly post items that are made by me, plants that I grow and interesting things that I photograph.
All three are so pretty, how could anyone choose between them? Your tatting is always so lovely!
They're all lovely so it's hard to choose a favorite! Maybe the blue one is slightly more wonderful.
Those are all so beautiful, especially that pretty pink! What a great way to use your tatted pieces.
These are so sweet! I have shirts to match each of those colors...hint, hint...LOL. I like them all, but especially I like how the beads are added on the last round of the pink one.
Charming things :)
All three are so pretty - it's hard to choose which one is prettier.
Those are all so beautiful! :)
The wonderful thing about the blogs is in sharing ideas. Nancy Tracy's wonderful pattern has been given another identity here! The wonderful filigree elements available to us today are so helpful in giving tatting some structure plus an extra design element. Elizabeth Zipay back in the '90s used the filigrees as backings for her exquisite tatted jewelry, and I always admired that idea. The filigree pieces were difficult to come by back then! You have taken ordinary hairpins and made them very special! A real winner! I really can't choose - they're all so appealing!
So cute! I like the pink one best.
Oh they look so pretty, I love your colours and design.Margaret
They are all beautiful, but I like the pattern of the pink one most.Petra
It's to hard to pick a favorite, all 3 are super cute!
I think the pink one had the most votes. I am doing a surprise giveaway here. The random number generator picked 5 (Lenhen), 8 (Kathy) and 6 (Tatting-Marie). I am going to tat each of you a hairpin with the pink design, but in your choice of colours. Just let me know your colour preference and your mailing address.
I love the blue one!
I vote for the pinky too :)
I love the pink one! They are all beautiful, though!Blessings