It's been a crazy strange year. So no posts for months here. :( I do frequent YOUR tatting blogs but my motivation for doing anything constructive is at an all time low.
The pattern at right and lower left is Unfolding Heart by Marilee Rockley, purchased from her Etsy shop (yarnplayer). Size 20 Lizbeth dark purple and purple Twirlz. My first attempt was less than successful but I was happy with the second try and made a wedding card with it.
Below is doily #13 from free-tatting.com. The thread is DMC perle cotton size 8. About 6 inches. Given as a wedding present. The patterns at this site are notoriously hard to follow but the end result (attempt #2) is very satisfying.
At left, pattern AnnaMarie by Alenalea Rako, available on her etsy shop. White one in size 20 Lizbeth and pink is vintage size 70. I have two partially done pieces in this pattern, making a book mark. I'll show it off when complete.
Earrings at right from Edda Guastalla's pattern Poyel angel. Thread is viola Master thread from her website, contrast dark purple size 20 Lizbeth, gold plated earwires and crystal beads.
Shamrocks (5 of them in March) from Marilee Rockley's free pattern on her website, HDT size 40 Celery from yarnplayer (Marilee) on Etsy. Delica beads. This is one of my favorite colorways.
Stunning mauve earrings based on design by Edda Guastalla, Minuetto. Cyclamen thread from Italy (Edda's shop) and Lizbeth 636. Crystal beads and glass pearl. These are just stunning! I had to mess with them a bit to get them to work for me and I'm absurdly proud of them.
At right, trying out the double square from Edda's blog. Made with rame and bronze Range thread from her store. It's like 3-1/2 inches long so maybe a big LARGE for an earring?
What a lovely bookmark gifted to my sister for her birthday along with earrings based on the short arms. I think I counted this last year without the tassel so won't count it again.
Below: Earrings before ear wires attached, 2 pairs of leaves in Marilee Rockley/yarnplayer hand dyed thread, Delica beads. Adapted from a cross pattern by Elaine P Gan, available for purchase at Craftsy.