4 August 2012

Is this a car crash?

This really does look like a car crash to me - pretty colours but a car crash!  Actually, no - it's a shuttle crash.

Now I'm going to ask you a question.  What am I doing here?  Doesn't it look a mess?  Well actually I'm hoping it does turn out to be better than it looks in the end.  If not then I'll have wasted a lot of time!!
Answers on a postage stamp please - sent to the OG.

12 comments:

** jess! ** said...

Not a crash! It's a tatted Picasso! :o)

Stephanie Grace said...

It's a butterfly in a pansy field and I love it!

Jane McLellan said...

Er, interesting. I look forward to seeing what it turns into!!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

It looks like the beginning of something glorious to me!

Anonymous said...

Well, that butterfly will need a proboscis if it's to have any good of those flowers!
We tatters, of course, don't much care about the proboscis--good thing, huh?
Katie V in NC katie at r-v-r dot com

Margarets designer cards said...

It looks interesting to me it's a butterfly with a spray of flowers, roses?
Margaret

Trouble said...

It's still a lot tidier than my attempts.....

Luv Jane XX

Miranda said...

It's a flowering vine with a butterfly on it. Make some more flowers and tidy up the ends, and it will be beautiful.

Lelia said...

Reminds me of photos in Tatting Artistry in Thread by Helma Siepmann -- kind of doing your own thing with a butterfly added.

bhappetat said...

Blocking fixes everthing. :)

Jane Eborall said...

bhappetat (love the name, BTW) - yes I guess blocking does fix things but a well written pattern shouldn't need any blocking at all IMHO. This makes this one a very bad pattern. When it's finished, though, it's fine but it's not one I'd ever publish!!!

Val said...

something with pansies "wrapped" around a butterfly?!

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