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.
Easier then it looks? For YOU perhaps! That book and its patterns made me crazy last year. I CANNOT get the hang of those blasted knots - honestly, I remember being reduced to tears!Your butterflies are very beautiful, especially in that final photo. Ohhh - I hope I am not motivated enough to try it again.... Such frustration!Fox : 0
These are beautiful! Great idea to make it into a bookmark, and very cool how you added the tassel at the end.
Lovely butterflies, very elegant!
Beautiful butterfly,good work.
Mmm, I really like this butterfly! How big is it? The blue river glades is especially lovely!
Oh I love it, the butterfly is totally gorgeousI must see if I can find this book and put it on my wish listMargaret
Gorgeous butterflies!!! :)
I recognized this pattern right away! I am SO envious that you can do it!! It's on my 'Top Ten' list! Ive looked at the instructions but have felt quite intimidated by them. I still can't do her basic pumpkin pattern - not the tatting, the weaving, even with string! This is a beautiful bookmark!
=O I love it =)
Those are so pretty! They look very difficult. I love projects that look harder than they really are. :)
Thank you all for the lovely comments. This one I could manage. I am not too good with weaving either but this is just and overhand knot. Do try it! I promise it will be very rewarding.
Oh I forgot, in size 20 the butterfly is approx. 2 inches across.
Wow your butterfly bookmarks are gorgeous!
Thanks for the encouragement! It was funny to read Fox's comment because I feel the same way! But if this is only an overhand knot, I might be able to do it!
Hello Wendy, Your tatted butterflies are so very lovely. Your Gingerbread Boys are also fantastic as is your snowflakes too. I am back after a long absent. I have missed seeing your tatting creations. Hugs Judy