I decided to go with a wonderful pattern from a lace lover she does bobbin lace and tatting and gives directions for this full rose on her blog, you can find by clicking on "a lace lover".
|I cheated a bit, because I was too excited and skipped a couple rings so it would go faster. |
I saw this idea of using the shear ribbon as a vase somewhere on the internet. The ribbon is pictured a further down on post, it was on a gift that I saved.
|After cutting the vase shape and using "Frey Check", I knew how long to make the stems.|
|Once you have the stems, you place them in the vase.|
|I recommend leaving your flowers with longer threads so you can sew the whole flower down! I satin stitched the vase down on edges.|
Thank you Irene :)ReplyDelete
I can't believe how clever you are! It is always a joy to read your blog!! The roses are pretty ( congrats lace lover), the vase is a super clever idea, but the whole is more than the parts. The josephine rings are your typical finishing touch!ReplyDelete
Soo well done!!!!
Thanks Tally you are so kind to me when I go on my tatting tangents :)ReplyDelete
Wow. It's gorgeous! I love the effect!ReplyDelete
Thanks wicketats, my son wants me to do a fish tank :)ReplyDelete
Using sheer fabric for the vase is a brilliant application idea !ReplyDelete
Now I can't wait to see how a fish tank will turn out ..... will keep a keen eye on your future posts :-)
Oh thanks, the idea is still swimming around :)Delete
Beautiful roses, I have had a look at her blog with the pattern, looks quite easy to do. Love your vase pattern great idea using the ribbon.ReplyDelete
Lovely needle case.
yea, just roll them up! Thanks!Delete
Lovely needle book, very special. Yes, the sheer ribbon will work as well for a fish tank as it does for the vase, good idea!ReplyDelete
Thank you,I think beautiful coy fish and one jumping out :)Delete
Oh so elegant!!! :)ReplyDelete
Oh thanks :)ReplyDelete
Brilliant, love the vase showing the stems.ReplyDelete
Muy bonito y los cuadros de las matrioscas tambien me gustan,besosReplyDelete
Thank you :)ReplyDelete
You have made a lovely work. I like it a lot. Thank you for the link to my blog but I must tell you that the rose isn't mine, I found it in internet and I had to make it, you know. Everything I see, I have to try and of corse share it.ReplyDelete
Oh, I didn't know that maybe you could remember who? I did leave out a few rings, here and there, so I didn't follow it exactly but it is great Idea to roll it up!ReplyDelete
This is so cool in so many ways! I love it. It's beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thank you Pammy!Delete
Absolutely gorgeous work, Carollyn! I am going to look back through your blog to see all the rest of the gorgeous work too. Thanks for visiting my blog - I'm very glad we have met!ReplyDelete
Thank you Sharyn I enjoy blogging!ReplyDelete