This goose looks so real. A lovely pattern from Jane Eborall's pattern site. My tatting is not perfect as there seems to be mistakes. I did not print out the pattern and was reading it off my phone. That was not a good idea.
I am running out of animal patterns to tat for the patchwork blocks for the blankets. Has anyone got any suggestions? The boys love dinosaurs but I could not find a pattern that was simple and small.
Your goose is awesome!!!!! :)ReplyDelete
There are a lot of spider patterns about. If not in black, might they work?
Thanks Fox. Yes I have included a spider for the blocks.Delete
Try Martha Ess's critter books. I know there are dinosaurs in one of those. Delightful - as you'd expect from Martha.ReplyDelete
Hi Jane, I do have two of Martha's critter books. I have tatted them as bookmarks in the past but they are too small for the blanket blocks of 6 inches square. I think I can tat a few more animals from your pattern page. Thank you for these wonderful patterns.Delete
Sure can't see any mistakes! This really is a wonderful pattern. I wondered if there were any animals left! Can't help with the dinosaur pattern, unfortunately.ReplyDelete
Great goose, I will have a think if I can find some more patterns for youReplyDelete
Thank you Margaret for your suggestions. I will tat that mouse next.Delete
That is an adorable goose! Sorry, I can't think of any animal patterns right now.ReplyDelete
How about Martha Ess's Paprika Dragon? You could omit the wings. This is the only working link I could find: http://www.att.net/s/community.dll?ep=87&subpageid=267965&ck=ReplyDelete
Thank you Eliz. Cute dragon! Will try that.Delete
The goose is awesome! Can't see any mistakes :). Don't think I've seen any dinosaur tatting patterns around. Must google and see :).ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your comments and suggestions. Most helpful indeed. This goose has some mistakes, my fault for not reading the pattern correctly.ReplyDelete
Great work on the goose!ReplyDelete
If you'll post a list of the patterns you've already tatted and a note about the approximate completed size you are looking for, we may be able to come up with a few more suggestions.ReplyDelete