This was an interesting pattern. During rounds 2 and 3, it seemed like there were too many stitches but in round 4, it all worked out and the design element was revealed.
I was too eager to finish this daisy that I forgot the last chain. Then I realised that my daisy had 13 petals instead of 12. Where did I go wrong? So it is back to the beginning.
My favourite trick! : ))ReplyDelete
It looks beautiful!!! :)ReplyDelete
Nice design, where does it come from?ReplyDelete
some people call it the "bakers dozen" one too many but very beautiful anyway!ReplyDelete
I have tatted too many repeats so many times, and I'm never sure how or why it happened. I think your 13 petal daisy is very pretty!ReplyDelete
Not every flower has a set amount of petals, sometimes one will have an extra petal, so why worry it's got a bakers dozen instead of an even number. Looks lovely even if it does have an extra petalReplyDelete
The perfect count for a favourable response to "s/he loves me, s/he loves me not, .... " !!!ReplyDelete
If you hadn't told us, we wouldn't even have noticed, let alone count ;-P
It's lovely. Is it going to join onto something else?ReplyDelete
I think I commented on the wrong post here! I like your corrected piece much better. Also, I know I owe you an email! It's coming soon... : ))ReplyDelete
No.... I guess I meant the trick of adding an extra bit where it wasn't needed. Obscure thought..l : )ReplyDelete