Primera "puesta"... First "laying"...
Adaptacion. Susanne Rolf.
Luego, otros 4 huevos...
Later, 4 more eggs...
Adaptacion. Spitzen Kreationen pag. 28
Adaptacion. Mary Konior's Ring a Ring o' Roses.
Adaptacion. Tina Frauberger.
Inspirado en una pieza semejante tejida por Tatting Chic.
Inspired in a similar piece by Tatting Chic.
Your eggs are gorgeous! Happy International Tatting Day!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful eggs! Happy International Tatting Day to you.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Muy hermosos!ReplyDelete
Very precious!!! :)ReplyDelete
Preciosos los huevos de colores.ReplyDelete
Wow, these eggs are very pretty! I love the colours and beads.ReplyDelete
I just came across this post today! (I discovered your blog and AMAZING videos a few months ago and I admire all your work.)ReplyDelete
So great to see some 3-D eggs out there! I designed my first 3-D egg back in 1992 but used only a very simple pattern and did not do them in one piece, but attached the two halves together after stiffening them.
The only other 3-D egg I ever saw on the internet was Tatting Chic's and it is beautiful. You have a similar intricate design here. She explained how she used the balloon trick to shape it. I am assuming you also used a balloon to shape your eggs! I have been wanting to design more 3-D egg patterns, and to try the ballon trick. I simply haven't gotten around to it!
Thanks for sharing these!
Hello, Karen. I also just stumbled across your blog. I am in awe! Your eggs are so beautiful and well done. The colors are delicious and the patterns exquisite.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing. Some day I hope to tat half as well as you do.