|This beautiful thread and thread winders are from a place in france called Sajou|
I have yet to try just got it today!
they have a little on line museum too.
|This center ring is made with one shuttle tatting found in an old booklet, I will try and find the book and name I have forgotten for now.|
|I am totally fascinated with with one shuttle tatting and thought that Ben Fikkert's doily was that|
but so far no. I was experimenting anyway at the bottom of upper picture. I like the little square like design.
|this is more of a close up of the ring.|
Have a wonderful weekend and now I must try something for Easter!
Can't wait to see the pretty tatting from those threads!!! :) Great experimenting!!! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks I have so many ideas.Delete
I hunted down this brand in Paris, especially the Sajou scissors. Everything was very, very expensive! I bought some tapestry needles, and that was it!ReplyDelete
You'll have to give us a report on how that thread tats up, and the weight etc.
Yes I just tatted a tiny bit and that is size 80 I bought also for cotton thread it is very silky smoothe. It was an anniversary present ( I picked out :) myself).ReplyDelete
Somewhere they commented on the thread they said it was equal to size 80 DMC so they were right on that.
Enjoy your parcel (and your anniversary!). Yes, some interesting effects can be achieved with one shuttle, I look forward to seeing more of your experiments.ReplyDelete
Thank You Jane can't wait !Delete
It's amazing how many items you can tat with one shuttle,ReplyDelete
Yes I have had a look at the shop they are expensive will have another good look at it.
Hope you enjoy your goodies
I will they are costly, (only consider them as a treat) I also really wanted the thread winders, they are well made and fun to collect too.Delete
Happy experimenting with your new threads! What fun.ReplyDelete
Thanks, I will try :)Delete
Love the single-shuttle tatting you've done ! Gossamer effect :-)ReplyDelete
Carollyn, would you take pics on how to use those thread winders ? Never seen or used anything like that before ...they look more like coasters or some kind of game ;-P
Happy anniversary & looking forward to more wonderful lace from those threads & your creative imagination :-)
Thank you sure I put some in the next post :)ReplyDelete
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Thank you Roberta Mendes, I will check it out!Delete
Very nice pattern for this ring! I like it!ReplyDelete
have a good Easter
Thank you Modena! and you have a wonderful Easter too!ReplyDelete
Ich bin immer wieder aufs neue Sprachlos. So wunderschön einfach so Edel und Zauberhaft.
Freundliche Grüsse Marlies
Thank you Marlies, enjoy your comments!ReplyDelete