Saturday, March 25, 2017

Spring Garden Ice Drop

While tatting my Blue Fudge pattern yesterday, I started thinking of another pattern...


I really like the way this one turned out! I tatted this one a little differently. I tatted the whole back side and tatted the round that holds the glass gem last.


Tatting these two rounds first allowed me to block the tatting with my steam iron before adding the glass gem. I think it worked pretty well!

If you'd like this pattern, email me and I will send you the PDF.

14 comments:

  1. Love this one, Diane! And the colors are wonderful 😎

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  2. Sweet. I would love to have the pattern. Might even get one made. patdtats @ hotmail dot com

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  3. That's really pretty. I'm going to start at the beginning some day, then I'll come back to you for this pattern.

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  4. Hello. I would love the pattern also. elizsummer@aol.com. Thank you.

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  5. Me, me, me! I've been tatting just not blogging. You are the Queen of Ice Drops!

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  6. I agree with Michelle that is a beautiful ice drop I will be trying this pattern, thanks for sharing it.

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  7. I would love to make this ...

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  8. the colors go together really well. like gracie I would like to make this one too especially to have a clear view of this new way to tat ice drop.

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    1. Christine, if you will email me I will send you the file.

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    2. I sent you an email via your link in your profile, did you get it ?

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  9. Very pretty pattern and love your practical way of allowing blocking ! Well done :-) Don't tempt me now - I'll knock on your virtual door in future for sure :-D

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  10. This method looks very smart. Love the colors!

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  11. Hi,I would like to make this beautiful piece! I need your pattern! Thank you and Greetings from Switzerland
    Natalie
    laperlabenatta65@gmail.com

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