25 February 2013

Last of my playtime!!!


Another 'before I start rambling' note.  Yesterday we reached 99 prams - wonder who will become the magic 100th?

Finally here's another pattern completed.  

This is an update of a pattern I did round about 2000 for a magazine here in the UK.  After a few years I took the doodad out and replaced it with a cabone/curtain ring and the pattern is still lurking on my site here.

A while back I wanted to make a newer version along the same lines so that's now done and dusted too.  Here's the link for the new one.


8 comments:

  1. A few weeks ago my friend and I went shopping and found a large package of the rings on sale. So we split the lot! Since I am a day late on tatting up the tatting trail (LOL) this post is right up my alley. Then we also joined forces and order lots of pretty beads! Look out...here I come tatting world. With rings and beads, I am on a roll! Thank you!

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  2. Thanks Jane. It's great!
    Fox : )

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  3. Those are totally awesome!! :)

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  4. Hi Jane, It is beautiful. But, did I miss something? What size thread do I use to make it fit a 3" ring?

    Thank you!

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  5. Oh, heck, did I forget to put the thread size on? I'll do it tomorrow. In the meantime it's a size 20 - my all time favourite!!!

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  6. So pretty! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Very striking colors and great design! You are so generous to share all these patterns! I also love size 20 thread. We have so many color choices now and it's great for jewelry and snowflakes.

    A couple of words stood out to me: 'magazine' and 'doodad'. Did the magazine do an interview also, in addition to printing your pattern? And apparently you were using doodads back in 2000!

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  8. I've now amended this file to give thread size and the size of the large bead too. http://www.janeeborall.freeservers.com/Snow2in2013.pdf
    Kathy - I'm going to take a trip into the loft this morning to find the magazines with the originals in. Wish me luck up there with the big spiders!!!!

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