5 December 2013

Snowflake in a flurry!


Now it's on to snowflakes.  So many choices but as usual I thought I'd check over another of my older patterns.  There were two or three spaces missing on this one which have now been corrected!!

This one was designed with two colours in mind but I've always been meaning to try it out in just one colour.  Thus a white snowflake with gold beads.  I quite like it but prefer colours - an OG can never have enough colour in her life!!!

11 comments:

Madtatter80 said...

Has pretty rays!

Margarets designer cards said...

I know you like colour but snow is white and I like this pattern in white, I think it looks so much more like a snowflake in white. Sorry Jane
Margaret

lej619 said...

I agree, it looks stunning in white!

Tally Tatty said...

Thank you for a lovely snowflake,that looks feasable to a beginner!

TAT19540 said...

Great minds that think a like! Well obviously not me, but I was just thinking of doing that snowflake in white with red beads. I'll send a pic when I have it done. Still one of my favorite.

Jane Eborall said...

Looking forward to seeing it TAT19540. Perhaps you could put it on your blog too - hint, hint!!! Been missing your blog for ages.

Anonymous said...

I've seen pictures online of purple snow - apparently weather conditions, etc. can produce snow in colors sometimes. Love the snowflake in white, but if you want colorful snow, that's terrific, too!
StephanieW

Mad Tatter said...

Pretty snowflake. I've enjoyed using the Lizbeth Blue Ice. It's white with a touch of chilly blue to it. When I look across our drifted snow banks, I see white and many shades of blue. Blue Ice makes a lovely chilly snowflake. I love Arctic Ice too.

God's Kid said...

Very nice! :)

Fox said...

It doesn’t matter with this distinctive pattern! I love colours too (as I’m another OG!) and was surprised to see it in white, but I like it a lot! Great design.

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

Ooh! I really like it!

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