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Lovely -- of course you always do a exceptional job, thanks for calling my attention to the pattern....it is very nice.
Beautiful! Is it don in one pass or two? I'm working on a bracelet and I'm trying to figure out how to get that bead between two rounds to sit so nicely.
Another Latin captcha and this one was "inesse" - to be in!! As in the threads must be in the bead!
Very pretty, going to have to try that one. I went wandering over to Orsi's blog and did run across this lovely snowflake along with a couple of other pretty things to try. http://spulni-blog.blogspot.com/2010/12/hopehely-snowflake.html
Very pretty! I love that shade of blue!
That's it Julie, thank you very much. I don't know why I couldn't find it myself. I've added the link now.Hi Michelle, yes, done in one pass (always so if I can!). If you look closely, you will see that where I made a false picot to move from the centre ring to the outer round, the bead is only on one of the threads as I couldn't see any way of doing it otherwise. All the other beads on that center ring are added to the picot before making the join.
Thank you Frivol, I will sort my blog ( now it is a little bit messy ), and try to make it more transparent:-)
Beautiful! Wouln't the bead on the mockpicot also be possible to make with the loop tatted ring?
beautiful thread!bleu joli!
Hi Anke, your suggestion is interesting, but you would end up with the threads in the wrong place because if you made a LTR, your shuttles would end up back in the middle instead of being on the outside, ready to make the second round.... unless I missunderstand you?
Thank you for putting that right!I never worked a LTR so it was just a question...
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Hallo! ) Very nice snowflake ! tell me , please, which round is first?
Hi Uoga,I'm not sure what you mean... but you start from the inside with the large ring... is that what you mean?
Yes, it is exactly. Thank you very much ! ))
Hallo,Frivole, I have question- do you cut thread after 1 round?Thank you. ( I am tatting begginer ), I made snowflake http://leblogdefrivole.blogspot.com/search?updated-min=2012-01-01T00:00:00Z&updated-max=2013-01-01T00:00:00Z&max-results=50
Hi Olga,No, neither on Orsi's snowflake nor on mine do you need to cut the thread after the first round. They are both done in one pass. Which one are you working on?
Now I am working Orsi;s snowflake. How you end first round,- Falsh pico?How made him with bead? And how to begin second round?- split ring?
Yes, a false picot, followed by a split ring. But if you want the beads, one bead has to be added to your shuttle before you start! And if you look up close, I couldn't find a way of having the beads on both threads as for the other joins. On the false picot, the bead is only on one of the threads.
The only way to have all the beads exactly the same on all picots would be to make the first ring, then cut and tie and do the second round. But I wanted to make it in one pass, with beads!
Thank you , Frivole,I will do both ways ))
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