Try spicing up old snowflake patterns with Josephine Knots.
Keep in mind everywhere you have a chain you can add a elegant Josephine Knot.
If you want one on a ring make it a false mock ring.
I have a You tube demo of Josephine Knot they are easy to do just make them very loose for that big dot look I am" Madtatter80" channel on you tube.
I think these knots look like a different kind of lace altogether.
Great idea, and I love making Josephine knots!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous snowflake!! :)ReplyDelete
I love what you did with that! Gorgeous! Thanks for visiting my blog earlier. :)ReplyDelete
Your snowflake looks especially lovely. I think what you've done here is wonderful!ReplyDelete
Exquisite snowflake! The Josephine knots really add to the delicate appearance of the lace.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful snowflake. never thought that josephine knots change the whole look of a pattern .ReplyDelete
Hi Carollyn, thank you for the comment on my blog. I have added your blog to my list. You have some very good information with your pictures. Thanks for letting me know you have a blog.ReplyDelete
JK knots will change the look of any item.
That is a nice video, Carollyn! I lovethe way you explain the technique and I see Josephine knots in a different light now. I used not to like them.ReplyDelete
I like those on your strawberies, of course!
Thanks for dropping by today, Carollyn! Your tatting is beautiful. I'm working on a Christmas stocking - my first attempt at Fair Isle knitting and I keep thinking about tatting a dangle for it. Nothing as challenging as these beautiful motifs though! I added you to my blog roll and look forward to seeing more of your tatting.ReplyDelete
Your tatting is beautiful!! Thank you for directing me here! I will be here often to watch what you are up to next!ReplyDelete