Designer of many tatting patterns. Simple method of beaded tatting. Flowers are my inspiration!

Thursday, 29 November 2007

Christmas Tree Progression



This is my progression in designing a tatted
Christmas tree










This is the one that I settled with. It can be done as a flat motif
as this one is or.....






.... make two, fold them in half and glue them together along
the fold.

8 comments:

Sewicked said...

Linda, do you think that it would be possible to join the 2nd tree to the first one (for the 3D tree) as you join the chains?

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

Wonderful Linda! I am working on my own Christmas tree design too!

Linda S Davies said...

I think that it would be awkward to work with if it was joined during the tatting. The three ring clover at the top of the tree would have to be joined somehow and so would the block tatting at the bottom. Therefore on the whole I think it is easier to just fold each motif in half lengthwise and dab glue along the fold line and just press together. It takes only a few seconds. The one that I have completed tonight has the hang-up thread glued between the two motifs.

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Very pretty! I really like the 3D tree!

wickedtats said...

how nice!

Did you use fabric stiffener?

Tattycat said...

I love them both!

BJ said...

Wow Nancy, that is some Christmas tree. I'm so glad you are creative and share you talent.

hugs, BJ in NM

Tatting N Craftin RainbowRose said...

Hello Linda!
Though I don't celebrate Christmas, I think I like the first one the best, then I like your 3-D tree too!
Blessings, Connie