With the pink bracelet I added the beads from the core (shuttle) thread whilst on the yellow bracelet they were on the ball thread.
This is the only bit of tatting I managed over the last week. I had thought about making these bracelets for a while and recently noticed Janemactats and it inspired me to actually do something about the idea.
These are the buttons you saw on the scan but look slightly better photographed
So I am blogging again and thanks to those who commented on my last blog post, would really have not wanted to be away for too long as I would have also missed you.
Well done with sorting the blog out. I HAD to give you a hand as we'd all have missed your blog posts. Love the bracelets too.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you haven't given up on blogging! The bracelets look good.ReplyDelete
So glad it's all straightened out now, and thanks to you and Jane we're now aware of the issue! My problem is that my Picasa album has duplicates of several photos, and they are counting them! However I don't have a lot of posts so the percentage is okay.ReplyDelete
So that's the 'only' tatting you've done??!! I think that's quite an output, especially with the cool beads! Beautiful
bracelets AND button motifs!
My tatting group ladies are all excited about your bauble pattern. I've found baubles for all of us to share, so we'll be trying the pattern soon!
Kathy I deleted the duplicates of photos that I had, using the method that Jane explains and going to delete, although saying that it was a bit of a hit and miss as some were the originals and then I had to find them again!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness to have the bauble pattern tatted my other people, such an honour.
We missed you too!ReplyDelete
Your bracelets look great!! :)ReplyDelete
I'm so glad that your blogging will resume - thank you to Jane for the help!ReplyDelete
The bracelets are lovely.
Glad things are running smoothly again. I enjoy your posts.ReplyDelete
I like your bracelets. I think I like the bead placement on the pink one best.
Welcome back, Lovely bracelets, and buttons, well done sorting out your blogReplyDelete
So glad to see you "back in the saddle" so to speak! Your tatting is a lovely as ever and it is so nice to "read you" again.ReplyDelete
Have you finished your beaded heart from Martha Ess's class at Tat Days? I haven't not yet finished mine. It is just one of the many projects that whisper, "work on me..." as I complete my Norma Benporath Lace Mat and Gingerbread Boy.
Thanks IsDihara, I'm re-sized and back!ReplyDelete
Did you have to mention Martha's beaded heart?!!!
It has a little home in the that beautiful handmade bag we were given, I look at it every so often and I'm sure it is also saying "work on me!" But I never seem to get around to it, too many other tatting patterns demand my attention. How about making it a New Years Resolution to finish them before the end of 2013!!!? That beaded heart caused me such grieve on that day in September!!