Monday, January 26

Follow up for the christmas ornaments that I finished but never posted.




Here are some pictures of the ornaments that I finished up for the january challenge. I am sorry that I have not posted till now but hey life gets hectic at times yes yes?
I really am tickled that there are more followers now. this is really cool.
Still I tried to make several different designs, working on the KISS method,

That way the bulb can be accentuated instead of over run with the tatting. there was one that I had already posted that truly took over the globe. it was the multicolor variegated blue green white one that really lost the globe all told.

but here are some more that I have yet to post.
And for my friend Jean, I love your socks. I purchased 2 sets of needles. sets of 4 both end pointed so that I can learn to make socks.

And the Horses were a gift. I just think they are grand so I decided to post them.

7 comments:

TattingChic said...

These are lovely ornaments. You've done a great job. Thank you for entering the tatting giveaway on my blog. You said I invited you "again" sorry if I did it twice, I've lost track of who I've invited, LOL! Good luck to you.

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Your ornaments are all beautiful! I went crazy buying clearance ornaments last year with the intention of adding tatting, and then I broke my arm... I wonder where I put those ornaments? I'll need to get started to catch up to you! What size thread did you use?

Gina said...

The color combinations of thread and ornament are beautiful! You've also reminded me that I think I have a panaramic mode on my camera!

Bonnie said...

Mike, your ornaments are lovely!

Jean said...

Daffin, the ornaments are lovely. Truly stunning. I don't have the patience to tatt.
You must tell me if you joined ravelry.com. If so, you gotta join my groups. I have to dash for jury duty this morn so no time for more. Will email you later tonight.
Beautiful ornaments!

Linda said...

Lovely work. I so enjoy seeing your ornaments. You sure match the colors of your thread really well with your ornament or do you hand dye your own thread. Lovely, lovely work....

Marty said...

Wow, pretty! The rose-colored one is my favorite, but they are all really great.