Friday, March 26, 2010

without a twist ....

... making a final join Such improved rings of tatting with the final join NOT TWISTED.

I made a few practice pieces:
and with the help of Ann's post
Tatting - twisted picot join tutorial
from her
Nifty Needle blog

I think I've got it!

Thx Ann for visiting my blog,
taking the time to comment & provide such a helpful link ...
You rock!
So helpful to me & I appreciate it so much!

I cannot get over the difference it makes to get it RIGHT

OK, moving along to the next tatting skill / challenge / pattern ....

4 comments:

sewmuchfun4 said...

YEA!!!! I'm excited for you! Getting the final join figured out opened up so many more tatting possibilities for me - it's pretty frustrating to tat your little heart out on a motif and have the final join go wrong.

SO YEA FOR A NEW TATTING FRONTIER OPENING UP!

Do we get to vote on your next skill to tackle? :)
Because if we do, I'm voting for split rings - talk about possibilities... And Jon has a WONDERFUL tutorial right here:

http://tatsaway.blogspot.com/2008/05/how-to-make-split-ring.html

Happy tatting!
Ann

***Jon**** said...

Lelia, congratulations on conquering the twisted join. Yes, that is the first obstacle that every tatter has to go over. Your one-shuttle flowers are all so neat, and lovely threads that you used for them.

Thank you Ann for the shout out to my split ring tutorial.

TypsTatting said...

You have done well I haven't even tried the twisted join yet!!! Love the flowers and the colours are absolutely lovely.

Jane Eborall said...

Well done. Lovely colours. Happy tatting in tat land!!!!

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