Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Playing with color

I do love my Ice Drops in white, but I'm determined to play with color!


This is size 20 Flora #62.


The more I tat with pink, the more I like it!


Here I used size 20 Lizbeth #112, Carousel.


I think the purple ribbon is perfect!


This one is in size 20 Lizbeth #124, Spring Garden.


I'm not sure I chose the right ribbon for this one, but I like it.


I worked some more with Heritage Patterns by Norma Benporath. This is Edging 3, a two shuttle pattern. The suggested size is 40, but since I'm just experimenting, I used the size 20 that was close by. I really like this one!

9 comments:

  1. I have to ask how long it takes you to tat these now!

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  2. Each one takes about an hour... a quick tat!

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    1. Pretty amazing that you can do them that quickly, especially adding beads, too. This is a good way to see the colorways of different threads. One of my favorite threads is Spring Garden. I recognized it right away.

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  3. Really great Ice Drops in color!!!!! :)
    Great edging!!! :)

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  4. I think I still prefer the white because the gem inside really shows, unlike with the both colour combo. But I can attest to the addiction :-D

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  5. So many possibilities if you're not confined to white! I do like that edging, it has a sense of movement, don't you think?

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    1. I do like the sense of movement in this edging! I'm enjoying the color, but I do love the look of the white!

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  6. Pink-from our Diane whose name is Green? Where is the blue? Another gorgeous NB edging!

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    1. Haha! My big bowl of blue gems is sitting right in front of me! I am having fun trying out edgings.

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