18 April 2013

More Twirly's!!!!


I'm not going to bore you with this design any longer.  Well, not for now as I've headed off on another 'track'!!!  Still to do with this one - sort of!!!!

So, here's the pattern in case anybody wants it.  

I'm sure it would make a lovely coaster or something.  I'm hopeless at knowing what to use things for or even giving them names but I thought 'Twirly' was a goodish one for this as it sort of 'twirls' in and out!!!!



12 comments:

Margarets designer cards said...

Thank you for the pattern, there's something about this little motif I like, at first I thought it would make a nice snowflake, but coasters would look beautiful in it
Margaret

Sonja said...

Wonderful twirly! Thank you for pattern!

Maureen said...

It would be fun to make these in all my favourite colours, and have them in a box, ready for small gifts.
I've been tatting lots of your tiny SCMR butterflies recently, and now I have so many empty shuttles all of a sudden!

GraceT said...

I like the flat colours — they show a very interesting alternation!

Susie said...

Thank you for the pattern! I can't wait to try it with some HDT!

Ladytats said...

Twirly it is. very pretty. I like the look with the solid and the variegated threads. Very pretty

Crazy Mom Tats! said...

It reminds me a bit of a ferris wheel!

Kathy Niklewicz said...

Your drawings and detailed instructions continue to amaze me. The play on colors with the split rings is delightful. They indeed would make excellent coasters!

James Alina said...

Such beautiful works!I wish I knew how to do it.Tatting technique seems so hard to me.

Monica Braxton said...

Pretty, pretty, pretty. I want to make some and use them to decorate my window for the summer.

Anonymous said...

I feel you are a Legend in our Midst . . . . Such talent!

Joan said...

I could never get the hang of tatting. I never could not get use to the proper way to hold the thread in order to tat. My Mom even tried it and could get use to it. I'd rather crochet.

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