Monday, 11 February 2013

Still No Center... but here it is anyway

I've still not got fabric for the centre of this but I decided to show the finished tatted piece anyway which I completed sometime last week.

I enjoyed making this very much.  I would even consider making it again!




Working off the ball for the whole of the doily makes it an easier tat, not having to keep refilling shuttles.









I think this doily has an interesting and unique look with the criss-crossing of the trellis, the full and the more open rounds and of course, the victorian sets.

Best wishes,
Frivole



16 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful piece and tatted to perfection. Thank you for not making us wait to see it until fabric is with it. Karenin OR

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  2. One of the most artistic designs I've ever seen! I wonder why the trellis and Victorian sets were not more popular? The over-all effect is stunning! Thank you for bringing this forgotten pattern back to life!

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  3. Very beautiful! I am, once again, in awe of your work!

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  4. Gorgeous!
    I do enjoy the look of the different techniques

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  5. The doily is stunning! Definitely looks very unique. Your tatting is very beautiful.

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  6. Beautifully tatted and lovely pattern, a stunning doily well done
    Margaret

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  7. That looks wonderful! I hope others will be inspired to make use the trellis technique.

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  8. Ce napperon est vraiment superbe et plein d'élégance!!!
    Bravo à toi!!!!
    Amitiés

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  9. ...Wow... it is stunning...I love it...
    ...this doily for cups in the center is a unique way of using doilies without getting dirty :))
    greetings from Gunhild

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