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

Monday, 27 September 2010

Break from new book designing

I have decided to take a break from working on my latest book, Tatted Flowers From Bulbs. I had not picked up a tatting shuttle since before Howard and Charlie's wedding on 4th September, until last Saturday.
I loaded two shuttles, had no idea where they were going to take me, but this is the result so far!

I will post more pictures as it grows!

7 comments:

BSOTF said...

Linda,
For not knowing where it's going, it sure is looking very elegantly done.
Glad to hear that you are getting your new book done & hay you know they say," All work & no play..." So take your time cause you want your book to turn out how you want it.

Miranda said...

That's really pretty. I wish I could tat "off the cuff" like that!

Clyde said...

Hi Linda, I love this doily. Is there any chance that you will be sharing the pattern when it is done.

Linda S Davies said...

I hadn't thought of writing out the pattern, Clyde, as I thought it was probably not very unique. Although I haven't taken inspiration from anyone elses work, I thought it was not very different from many others. If you, and any other of my blog followers think that it is unique enough, then I will gladly write out the pattern and add it to my free list.

God's Kid said...

Your doily is amazing! :)

Maureen said...

Lovely! - I love doilies, and this one is looking very elegant.

Barbara Gordon said...

Love it!!! I like the thread you used to. I am so into natural tones.