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Friday, 17 February 2017

Tatted Snowflake Ice Drops


Hi,
Just two more Snowflake Ice Drops,   I tatted these with white Lizbeth thread no 20 and used Diane's Snowflake pattern, I put beads instead of the Josephine knots and a Spiral chain to hang them by.
I really am enjoying making these Ice Drops and there's more to come.  I have been looking for different patterns which I can adapt,
As they say watch this space.
                            Hugs
                         Margaret 

11 comments:

  1. They're so cheerful, Margaret! It's fun to see the adaptations that tatters use!

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  2. Love your Ice Drops and can't wait to see more :) take care from Carollyn!

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  3. These are beautiful Margaret love the bead inserts to match the gem

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  4. So very pretty Margaret, love these..xx

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  5. These are beautiful Margaret, they look gorgeous with the gems in the centre.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  6. Wow your beading is fabulous.

    Hugs Diane

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  7. Hi Margaret. I have had problems in the past with viewing your blog, but it's fine today. I have been following your progress with the Ice Drops and am so impressed with your variations. I have yet to attempt them, but I hope to give them a try soon. We certainly thank Diane for her clever idea!

    I also found your post about the President tree fascinating. Thanks for the story!

    I enjoy your posts and your creativity in tatting and making cards and other things, and it seems I can resume commenting!

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  8. These are wonderful Margaret. You are very talented.
    xx

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