This blog is where you will find the ideas that I am currently working on. They all eventually find their way to my pattern site - see link at the left side of page.
Admitting defeat - I've hunted and hunted and I can't find it! At first I thought it was the Joseph motif but it isn't that one. I hop someone else is a better sleuth than I am, so that I can take it with me on my trip!
It looks very familiar... But not one of the patterns I have printed out and my saved patterns were somewhat depleted by a hard-disc crash.
Your snowflake looks great!! :)Not sure where it's from.
I thought that looked familiar...it's Betsy Evans' snowflake!http://www.tatsall.ca/patterns/BetsySnowflake.htmPretty!
It's almost the same but sort of different, Erin. Not sure what to do about it. Betsy starts with rings in the middle whereas mine is a chain round a bead and then chains with rings thrown off. Also there are chains between the 'clovers' too. I MAY put it on my site with a link to Betsy's - any thoughts or comments welcome.
I found it. It is called Betsy Snowflake by Betsy Evans of Charter Oak Designs. 2004. She put it online as a teaser for her book Let It Snow. I emailed the pattern to you.
Thanks, Batty Tatter. Somebody else pointed Betsy Snowflake out to me too. There is quite a difference, though, as mine doesn't start with rings in the middle and there are a few other variations too. When I 'get round to' publishing this new pattern I will acknowledge the similarity but I feel it maybe enough different for me to 'go with it'.
I agree your snowflake is significantly different from Betsy's. Both are lovely.