I started this pattern on page 90 of Tatted Fashion but I tatted one less picot on the outer rings and had to improvise. I found the pattern on page 64 fitted my mistake and it ended up as this. Tatted in Lizbeth 20 Gold Col 611.
This is a motif which is part or a larger pattern in Teiko Fujito's Tatted Fashion book. Tatted in Lizbeth Size 40 Col.137 Berry Burst. I'm not in the mood to start a large pattern so I may not continue with this pattern.
I was inspired by Fox and how she tatted with white and coloured threads. This is a pattern from Teiko Fujito's book Tatted Fashion on page 68. I used the Daiso Size 40 threads in apple green and white. These colours always remind me of the pristine snowdrops (which I have yet to see and touch). Will someone send me a bunch next spring?
I like how simple and clean this looks. Pattern is found in Teiko Fujito's Tatted Fashion book on page 66. I know this is one of Margaret's favourite Lizbeth colours, Tropical Punch Col. 132 in Size 20. I wonder if she's back from her vacation. I promised to tat along with her with a pattern of her choosing.
In almost every housing estate, there is a selected public housing block that is decorated this way. We had brunch at Whampoa and this colourful block faced the hawker centre there. All part of the SG 50 celebrations.
I was bored with Lizbeth thread colours which I had out of storage and went looking for Tatililious' HDTs - size 20 Green Messy Jessy and Key Lime Raspberry Parfait. The pattern is one from Teiko Fujito on page 4 of her 'Tatted Fashion' book.
This was interesting as I tatted the last round first as an edging. I wanted to line a coaster on the inner edge. As I finished the square, it was a little flimsy in keeping its shape, so I decided to tat the square in the centre.
I always get Tai Chong Kok's mooncakes from Chinatown. Especially the mixed nuts mooncake. But recently I had a chance to try the mixed nuts mooncake from Season in Johor Bahru. I tested both mooncakes and decided I still preferred the Tai Chong Kok's mooncake. It is the flavours of the sticky filling that holds the nuts together. I like the limau purut (Kaffir Lime) leaves and the hint of lard in it. This year, the mid autumn festival falls on 27 September 2015. Must get the snowskin mooncakes soon.
I am not sure what I was thinking when I chose the three thread colours. Pattern is from Teiko Fujito on page 25. I used Altin Basak Size 50 in Col. 372, 302 and 359. Should have chosen bright colours for this one.
Yes, I am still tatting patterns from Tatted Artistry of Teiko Fujito. This one is from page 25. Done in Lizbeth Size 20 in Col. 670 Victorian Red and Col. 115 Springtime. Tatted in one round using 2 shuttles. It took some time but it is pretty.
The shoe box burst open so we got her a bigger box. Just like her fussy behaviour about her food, the box was coincidently from the canned food. She loves her box so much that she has begun sinking her teeth in it. The canned food, . . . . not so much, she turns up her nose on it.
The double picots in this pattern proved an interesting feature. The second thread gap after the ring, needs to be longer than the first to accommodate the inner picot. The top is tatted in Lizbeth Size 40 Col. 137 Berry Burst and the bottom is tatted in Lizbeth Size 20 Col. 132 Tropical Punch. Pattern is from the Tatting Artistry of Teiko Fujito on page 74. The double picots in this photo were not very obvious. You might have to click on the photo enlarge it.