26 October 2012

Don't get bored, please!


I know it's more of the same but I have to make a design over and over again until I'm happy with it.  Mainly it's small tweaks on the stitch count that really matter to me.  I had to get the centre right so that the seed beads filled the space and I think I'm happy with that part now.

I also like these colours a lot better too!!!!

Tomorrow I'll show you something new, I hope!!!!  Newish anyway!!!

10 comments:

Anne said...

What lovely delicate colours. How did you tat the 'frilly' edges to some of the green split rings?

Jane Eborall said...

Frilly edges? They're just ordinary split rings, Anne. Not sure which you mean?

Margarets designer cards said...

Lovely colours, I love the Scottish Thistle thread, makes a nice snowflake. I think she means the outer edge is wavy
Margaret

Maureen said...

I love this version!

Val said...

This star looks like it's ready to party! Very colourful!

Debbie H said...

Beautiful job, Jane! The color combination is delightful and I love the look of the beads at the tips of the points.
I think Anne may be referring to the ds's themselves; they do stand out nicely and have the look of frills. Maybe the size of the thread and the even-ness of your stitches have something to do with that look.
Sorry...no matter how I spelled it, eveness/evenness/even-ess, it still looks wrong, but it's 2:00 AM and my "spellchecker" DH is asleep! I think you know what I mean though. ;-)

Jane McLellan said...

So pretty.

TotusMel said...

Sometimes a design births itself so easily and sometimes you just have to fiddle with it until it feel right. I think it feels perfect now too!

Phyllis said...

Colors are beautiful. Makes the beads pop! It is the nature of craft people that they are not truly satisfied with something unless it is pleasing to them (even though it looks nice otherwise).

God's Kid said...

That is awesome!!! And the colors outstanding!!! :)

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