18 June 2010

What IS the old git up to?????

Is this a case of copyright theft??!?!?!  Ah, don't think so!!!!

Using the wayback machine I've had to work out how long ago I did this pattern.  It's GOT to be pre-2001 from my searching.  Isn't it the messiest page and design you've ever seen?  Mind, it's been around a long time - a bit like me!!!!

So the time came to take another look at it!!!  IF you want the original pattern (heaven forbid!) then please take it soon as it will disappear.  

It will be replaced with the updated instructions and drawings with these 'modernised' ones.  

The thread is a plain red Manuela on the outside and Tatskool's Flame Lantern on the inside!!!!  Don't these just call out to be made?  


Fox said...

Jane, that is a great little pattern and Tatskool's colours are indeed perfect!
Fox : )

Eliz Davis aka Tatknot said...

I see you've made a few design changes at the top. I like both patterns. The old one is saved and I await the new.

sewmuchfun4 said...

They are LOVELY, Jane!

:) Ann

Marty said...

These are wonderful! The button color really makes a difference in the look, doesn't it? I'd already saved the old patterns when I was looking for hearts to make -- and now have something to look forward to. Thanks!

Stephanie Grace said...

So, somewhere along the way, I must have grown a set of... Anywho, I love these and can see them being used for a number of things. My only gripe (here's where the set comes in) is that, to me, it looks like the tops aren't big enough...Perhaps a few more DS on either side(s) of the top SRs? I'm going to have to attempt it when you update the pattern --and when that "set" gets big enough for me to give it a go, of course! LOL.

I do love them, though! This really could just be my making funny-looking hearts when I draw them. LOL. Do not let me forget to mention, too, how much I LOVE the colors you chose for the new hearts! Perfect!!!

Okay, I'm done speaking out of turn to a hierarchy of tatting... Going back into my shell now... ;-)

-Stephanie Grace

Denise Felton said...

Wonderful! I put a link to this post on my blog at http://needlework.craftgossip.com/free-pattern-tatted-button-hearts/2010/06/18/. I hope it brings you a few extra clicks.


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