22 June 2011

One at each corner!!!

I THINK this will be the final version of the Fandango square.  This time with joining picots.

These were a pain in the wotsit to get in the right place but finally brain cell # 3 came to the rescue - long may he live!!!
I can still see more potential in this design but time's running out for me so I must abandon them for a few days!!!!  Can you see the four below and imagine them with beads?  I can!!!

So, having played with this over the past week I can now announce the birth of the 'new and amended' pattern which you can find here!!!!

Must point out that it's a shame I didn't just stick this under the iron before scanning it - I'm such a lazy moo at times.

9 comments:

  1. Lovely square pattern and nice colours.
    Margaret

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  2. I can see a cute button in the center of each square also

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  3. Thank you Jane, for all the work you put into this. I think it is a real gem and I can't wait to make it. :)

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  4. It's a keeper, for sure! I envision a sparkly Swarovski crystal in the center - one list this: peridot and light topaz flower

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  5. Did you see Sally's post here, Ginny W? http://tatsheaven-churchlog.blogspot.com/2011/06/fandango-square.html
    Hmm, Isdihara, now you've shown me that I can see it too!! Thanks.

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  6. this is brilliant!

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  7. Another wonderful example of the versatility of tatting in creating an attractive 'fabric'. And an excellent use of the split ring to form a design using color. I'm looking forward to trying the pattern (which also is perfectly done). We really appreciate all that you do!

    If you're 'lazy', I don't know what I am! You do more in one hour than I do in a week! We're the same age, so I have no excuse! You're way ahead of me not only in tatting skills but in use of the computer - not to mention your high energy level and your exceptional Brain Cell #3!!

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  8. Sheeeesh, Kathy, you're making me blush all down my tshirt.

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