|In this book, "Mastering Tatting" by Lindsay Rodgers|
|She describes Cornflowers as flowers the grow beneath her corn,|
|I thought of the blue flowers called "Cornflower" wonder if that is how the got their name?|
Wow it is check it out here looks like they are endangered flowers too
that's why I didn't make so many blue one :)
|This many pictures you can tell I love this doily|
have a wonderful Day!
Fabulous!! I really like this doily. Well done to you.ReplyDelete
So beautiful! Thank you for the link, that's a lovely flowerReplyDelete
It really is I bought a packet of seeds years ago and they are the tiniest little flowers too!Delete
This is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Thanks fox 🌹ReplyDelete
Śliczna i w bardzo wiosennych kolorach.ReplyDelete
Thank you Malgos 💟Delete
You did such a great job on this. Love love your tatting. Bravo.ReplyDelete
I have those cornflowers in my garden, but no corn. I call them bachelor buttons. The ones I have are blue.
Yes I bought some for mine and that is what the package said they were called bachelor buttons too, I just checked it on Google and they said they are one in the same😀Delete
Quanto a flor é usado em chás?
E também é usada em saladas, ou eu entendi errado.
Desculpe amiga a curiosidade.
Yes, there is a third flower called corn flower and here it is called chicory and the root we use in tea taste like coffee and is same color as the Batchelor buttons but not the same plant but all three can be called corn flower wow this was and educational day I learned so much from tatting😄🌹💟Delete
Oh, now it all makes sense - the brilliant colours, design elements, and your excellent tatting. Love it when a piece tells a story - like Jane's Under the African Sky Doily !ReplyDelete
Yes it makes it special when there is a meaning behind it even when designer passes the pattern on some quilts are that way and even in some baked goods. 💟😄💟ReplyDelete
Thank you Corina💟Delete
Beautiful doily, it's a lovely pattern and I really must get the book out and have a go at this pattern.ReplyDelete
Yes cornflowers are blue, at least I am sure they are.
Yes, you are correct!Delete
Your doily is so very beautiful!!! :)ReplyDelete
Wonderful tatting!!! :)
Thanks, I always enjoy you nice compliments 🌹ReplyDelete
That is gorgeous! Well chosen colors. I have the book but have yet to work from it.ReplyDelete
I have had the book for a couple of years I made a very small motif and loved it and some how forgot about it too till now I want to do more and like the directions too.ReplyDelete
E' meraviglioso, adoro i fiordalisi!ReplyDelete
Thank you, I do too💟ReplyDelete
It turned out great!ReplyDelete
Thank you 💟🌹💟ReplyDelete