Monday, April 1, 2013

Tatting Day

Happy Tatting Day to all my friends in TatLand!

Made this little tatted bouquet today
( actually yesterday, put it together today!)
The flower is simple rings, no joins, nothing. But the leaves are 'special', if I may call them that!
Well, I tried making leaves, in one go, and thought of using Single Shuttle Split Rings. All three are done differently, going up then down, or going up and up, if you know what I mean.
There must be, infact are, better ways to make leaves, but I thought of this.
Do tell me what you think of them!
Happy tatting day once again. Enjoy.
Luv.




16 comments:

Lelia said...

your leaves are PERFECT. What a beautiful flower. Enjoy tatting today (and everyday)

Corina said...

Lovely!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

Happy International Tatting Day! I love your leaves! You've created a beautiful little bouquet!

Michelle said...

This is gorgeous! It would make a lovely brooch to wear on Tatting Day! I can't figure out the leaves though, any chance you'll explain? Happy International Tatting Day!m

Maureen said...

Really pretty - the leaves remind me a bit of Mary Konior's Leaf Braid. It's very effective, the way you've put it all together

God's Kid said...

Gorgeous!!! Really gorgeous!!! :)

Fox said...

Love the leaves - very, very pretty.

Happy International Tatting day!
Fox : )

Jane McLellan said...

I do like your flower and its leaves. Happy tatting day.

Marilee Rockley said...

Totally gorgeous rose and leaves! Enjoy your day!

catherine said...

Precious!!!

StringyDogs said...

I love the flower and each of the leaves. If you look at most plants, the leave are varied. So, I think they all work.

Nancy in Dallas said...

Beautiful! Happy Tatting to you!

Eliz Davis aka Tatknot said...

A beautiful little bouquet! All three leaves look great. Which method did you prefer?

Karen Mills said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Mónica said...

Bueno, ¡Feliz día!...No sabía esto del día internacional del frivolité.
Lindo trabajo. Saludos desde Chile.

Gerrie said...

I don't understand the flower. Maybe I'm to new at tatting. Could you explain in more detail?

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