31 July 2019

What I need

Is a new project for taking 'out and about' with me. 

I'm not sure if this is going to be 'it' but I'm going to start another Dora Young motif and see how I get on with talking (too much) and tatting!!! 

This is the motif on page 19 of her book and is really easy to do once you've 'trained your brain'. It's just the joining of the motifs that I have to 'look up' again and get into my poor old head!!!

It’s the first Dora pattern I ever tried and it’s the one that caused my love affair (which continues) with Dora’s work.


Jane McLellan said...

Such a wonderful sense of movement.

Maureen said...

It looks a little complicated to be a take- along tat! I never seem to be able to achieve much in the way of tatting when I am at QT meetings. I can chat or I can tat, but not both at once!

Tim Kaylor said...

I can tat or I can talk. If I talk, I usually get no tatting done. You must be good at multi-tasking.

God's Kid said...

It's gorgeous and I love it!!! :)
Because of the tatted pieces you have done from this book it's on my "must have" list!! ;)

Judith Connors said...

I'm a fan of Dora Young's work too. Her research provided us with techniques for bridging, the split chain, a mock split ring and the (now called) Catherine wheel join. A very talented lady.

Madtatter80 said...

That looks supurb and total perfection I love it. 💐💕💐

tatkrazy said...

Love this pattern. Can't wait to see what you do with it.

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