3 November 2010

Earrings

Following on from the 28th October I present a pair of earrings!!

Now the reason for these are the pretty red heart beads that Ridgewoman sent me for my birthday.  They have holes going from side to side which I thought was a little more challenging than usual!!!  Thus I had to pull out brain cell three to come up with this idea!!!

This is again using the floating chain but adding the beads as you go.  Whoops - I see that I've got the one heart bead 'twizzled' upside down on the scanner.

What do you think?  Is it worth going any further with this idea?

12 comments:

TypsTatting said...

I think it is definately worth going further with the idea! Love the earings!

Sharren - Tatting in Greenwood, South Carolina said...

I agree - beautiful!

TAT19540 said...

Very nice. So I missed your birthday?!! Happy belated birthday! If I had known I would have sent you a present! (I just might do it anyways- hehe.)
Definite worthwhile pattern you have going!

Carol Lawecki said...

I think it is definately worth pursuing. I love how the earring looks, great design!!

Lily said...

They're very nice!

Yes, pursue!

You know what they make me think of? American Indian design with a touch of New England

(Don't ask me why... that's just the first thought it invoked LOL)

Margarets designer cards said...

Definately worth pursuing, I did not know it was your brithday so I wish you a very happy belated birthday. I love the red beads. Margaret

Marty said...

Yes, please! They are really wonderful.

God's Kid said...

Those are so cute! :)

Karrieann said...

... I may be the odd duck but I gotta say... um, I dunno those ones, but it is creative.... maybe some tweaking?

victats@gmail.com said...

very worthwhile, they look like peppermint candies. I'm getting hungry

Needledreams said...

Really interesting design! I would love to try them. :-)

Anonymous said...

beautiful love the design. I also sould love to tat them.
Cecilia

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