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

Friday, 18 April 2008

New ebook in the offing

I am presently working on a new ebook that should be available in the summer - in fact it will be called "The Summer Collection of Tatted Flowers".
I'm keeping the contents close to my chest at the moment but I'm sure you will all be pleased with the brand new designs!
If anyone has got a favourite summer flower that they think I could create in tatting then let me know and I will do my best to include it in the new book!

8 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Roses, hibiscus, Queen Anne's lace, Mexican petunia, Asiatic lilies... I could go on, but I'll stop here! : )

Jeff Hamilton said...

I'll have to go with Diane's suggestions, plus phalaenopsis orchid. A ladyslipper orchid would be cool, but I don't want to make it difficult for you. All your flower patterns are great, and I will be looking forward to this book.

TattingChic said...

I love gladiolas and iris flowrs...oh, and hollyhocks and foxglove...give me a minute and I'll think of somemore lol!!! Did you open a pandora's box by asking this?

Jeannette said...

Iris! Oh and forget-me- knots.. I just love those!

Linda S Davies said...

Thank you all for your suggestions. I have aready included gladioli and a couple others I can't mention yet as they may be in the Palmettos booklet. I will definitely do Queen Annes Lace, I think Hibiscus is a possibility which is almost identical to the Petunia. Jeanette there is already a good Iris pattern out in the public domain and forget-me-knots are a spring flower. Jeff, I'm not too sure about the orchids as I did two of them in my Exotic range.
Well! you have all given me food for thought!

TattingChic said...

Oh, goody, I can't wait. I absolutely adore Queen Anne's Lace.

Jeannette said...

LOL..Yes forget -me- knots are, of course I posted that before it dawned on me:) Must be the all of the hail and snow we have been having tossing my clock off kilter.. I must remember to pay attention. Anyway no matter, I am still looking forward to the new book!

Jeff Hamilton said...

Oh well, maybe in your next book then. How about tulips, and pansy's?