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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Tatting Lace Techniques Just a Peek

This is another lovely doily in my new book, this was fun to figure out, very puzzling too!
Can't wait to show you the whole thing :)
most of this doily is made with clunies and block tatting

Just a reminder of the cover :)
Have a great weekend

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  1. You are so good at both techniques. hope your weekend is great too!!

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  2. You are so good at both techniques. hope your weekend is great too!!

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    1. Thanks Bernice, believe it or not, I had to work on the stacked tatting, or blocked tatting I struggled with that %)

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  3. This part looks very interesting already! I like the 'playing' with colours and techniques.

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    1. I definitely played with colors on this one, each round it different.

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  4. That's an interesting shape, beautiful tatting. Every piece you tatted from that book looks lovely

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    1. I know I was fascinated by the little block the designer has great imagination like you and so many others:) I love it.

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  5. That looks very tricky. I look forward to seeing the final result.

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    1. I can't wait to finish and show you all :) thanks :)

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  6. I can do the block tatting part, but the Clunies still give me fits. I picked up a Cluny loom at Tat Days. Now all I have to do is learn how to use it! I LOVE that book!

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    1. She seems to have a clunies thrown in every where, I believe it or not struggle with the block tatting more, I do love to look at this book too.

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  7. Olá amiga!
    Trabalho maravilhoso,é uma técnica que não domino.
    Mas adoro ver suas postagem, ficarei aguardando o resultado final.
    beijos

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    1. Thanks so much and working on this will show results next week :)

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  8. That is a really different style for a doily! Ah, clunies are impossible for me to tat, but I can embroider them. This would be quite a challenge for me. Interesting.

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    1. If I couldn't do clunies I would replace with split rings to be honest with you, cause you just need threads to come out at end!

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  9. Oooh, I can't wait to see that doily!!! :)
    Looks like you are doing a fabulous job on both those techniques!! :)

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  10. I am excited about it but my tatting doesn't look as good as hers but am interested in remaking the again

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  11. Non conosco questa tecnica ma il lavoro è molto bello!

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  12. Non conosco questa tecnica ma il lavoro è molto bello!

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  13. That's lovely Carollyn I like it so much! That's as a free-form crochet I think! And i like the colors!
    have a good week
    sabrina

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  14. haven`t seen such technique, looks interesting :-)

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  15. Hi Carolyn, I try to make the rose mallow from the korean book so as you made but I do not understand how to make the first round ?

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