Tuesday, 11 September 2018

More versions of Rain Drop

I admit is is a little early to think about Christmas but from now on is the busiest time of the year for me, plus I am taking a break just before the festive season to go to Singapore.  One of the things I try to do at Christmas is to thank people around me for their help and support by giving them a piece of tatting. If I am to keep this tradition going then I must start preparing now. 


So I thought these will do for this year, the main thing though is when they have all been completed is to put them somewhere and not lose them!  

11 comments:

  1. These are lovely, and make me wish I lived in Singapore πŸ˜ƒ I like how toy put the needs in the center of some of them to cover bare string space.
    ❤πŸŽ„❤

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  2. A lovely tradition! These will make wonderful thank you gifts.

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  3. Wow! I love what you have done with this pattern! I really need to give it a try!

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  4. They've turned out beautifully! Love your bead and color choices!

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  5. Thanks everyone, I do have a habit of slightly adapting tatting patterns especially when adding buttons and beads, and very pleased with how these turned out.

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  6. They look lovely and Christmasy. Put them into your Christmas file for sale keeping, but
    don't forget where you put the file!!

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  7. With the white background I almost thought they were magnets for a refrigerator! (Do you put magnets on your refrigerators in the UK?) They are beautiful and so eye-catching! Such a great pattern, and you have enhanced it so nicely with those beads.

    How delightful that you are going to Singapore!

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  8. Your habit of thanking people in your life is an example to all of us. Your version and colors of this pattern is delightful. Please don't lose them.
    Enjoy Singapore and family.

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  9. They are beautiful and perfect for Christmas :).

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  10. Those are absolutely awesome!!!!! :)
    What fabulous Christmas ornaments they will make!!! :)

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