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Monday, December 8, 2014

Revised Antique Snowflake Pattern


Another favorite that I  make at least one every year :)   

Below is my YouTube video to my larger fluffy Josephine knots , basically it is making them very loose.

  

15 comments:

  1. Very pretty pattern, thanks for sharing the stitch counts. What book does the original come from? I've just gotten done altering one of the edgings from the Priscilla tatting book to make a bookmark.

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    1. That is a fun idea the older patterns have wonderful ideas to explore, and this one I will check on to see I can't recall it for the moment.

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  2. Very pretty ! Thanks for sharing the pattern :-)

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  3. Bardzo piękna śnieżynka. Dziękuję za wzór.

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  4. That's lovely! Thank you for the video!

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  5. I just watched the video and Love the effect ! It is almost like tiny picots are incorporated and the ring gives a floral visual.
    And that is a Gorgeous heart.

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    1. Thank you I had taken care of two dogs and I had 6 of them made and all were eaten but part of one before I wrote down the pattern!

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  6. Is your Christmas tree full of pretty tatted things?? I bet it is! These snowflakes are so delicate and pretty. I STILL have not tried my hand at this yet, but I have my stuff all bought and stuffed in a drawer for when I'm ready! Hope you are having a wonderful December. Happy Holidays!!

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    1. Thank You so much wish I could show you in person :)

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  7. Lovely snowflake, thanks for sharing your revised pattern
    The video did not come out on my iPad will try again later
    Margaret

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  8. Awesome and gorgeous snowflake!!! :)
    Thank you so much for that fabulous video about the "fluffy" josephine knots!!! :)

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  9. I have been a fan of your josephine rings for a long time. They are wonderfull on the leaves of your strawberry!! But i can't make them like you do :(

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  10. ,.... I think it depends on the yarn! The softer the yarn, the prettier your JK technique is!

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  11. Sorry to all for not getting back quickly I was helping my daughter with a move and thank you all for the compliments.

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  12. Olá,
    Adorei seu blog e as postagens, agora sou seguidora do blog.
    Venha visitar meu blog www. crochelinhasagulhas.com.br
    Você será muito bem vinda.
    Janelice Bastiani

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