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Friday, March 17, 2017

Ice Drop Frivolite


Don't know why I put it off for so long, Diane sent me one of hers the pretty ones in brown in upper right, Many Thank Yous Diane.  Seeing it in person is always convincing! 

It is that list of "thing to tat" it is like candy which one shall I try next :) 

And yes I finish this latest round of the 2017 Spring Doily you can buy the entire pattern and work it, or wait for a week by week release game which is what I am doing:)
Thank You Renulek 

Sooo back to the story, I "The Queen of Nick Nacks" Do not own 20 mm jewel things (I have the larger ones).  And yes I bought the peacock ones on eBay, Thanks for the tip Diane.
So I found a button, and this is what happened I cut the shank off with tool at bottom of picture.
I could have left it on :)  

I was so surprised to see everyone else breaking down and making one too here are directions remember to get 20mm gems   Ice drop PFD is located in the file section of her face book page

22 comments:

  1. Wow, love the beads in your doily, looks fantastic! Good for you for joining the ice drop parade. Still on my to-do list.

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    1. Oh those are pins I use to block the doily after each round but I do feel they would look good in them

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  2. Your Ice Drop looks fabulous!!! :)
    And your doily is stunning!!! I love the beads added to it!!! :)

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    1. Thanks but those are pins I used to block it with 😄

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    2. Well....the pins look like pretty beads added! :)

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    3. Looks like you and every one else like the pearls, I feel like I should start over and add them😄

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  3. Very very nice these tatting works Carollyn, The blue one is my favorite!
    have a good day
    sabrina

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  4. I like your button icedrop. Need to find better thread for my doily to play catch up to you. Lovely tatting.

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  5. thank you, funny you mentioned that cause I love the color thread but not happy with it it is a poor 3 ply thread and doesn't slid well at all!

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  6. Serwetka z dodatkiem perełek wygląda bardzo ładnie.

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    1. Thank you but the beads are pins but will definitely keep in mind pearls for other projects🌹💟🌹

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  7. No matter what they are indeed fabulous Carollyn ♥♥♥

    Happy weekend

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    1. Oh thank you for stopping by😄💟😄

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  8. Welcome to the ice drop addicts, so glad you joined us,
    Lovely ice drop and lovely colour
    Your doily is looking beautiful
    Have a lovely weekend

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    1. Oh thanks so much I glad you stopped by

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    2. Happy to stop by, glad you loved my heart there's more to come

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  9. You have really joined the 'ice-drop club' welcome! All looking good and there will be more? Yes you could have left the button shank on and adapted it to a brooch or sewn it on to something, but this way it is more versatile. Doily looking stunning too.

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  10. I know I realized that afterwords, I am going to make hair bows for granddaughter 🌹💟🌹

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  11. Ooh! I love the pink and blue together! How clever of you to utilize a button! I like Sally's Idea of using the shank to adapt it as a brooch. Do you think you'll make more? ;-)

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