Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Hydrangea Doily


It all started with one little motif from New Tatting by Tomoko Morimoto. A nice simple tat was just what I needed to start my day. Then I got distracted.


Yes, I have another new little loom. I just had to play with it! A few weeks ago, I contacted Gene Marino of Hard Maple Looms with some ideas for a mini loom, and Gene came through!

Before warping the loom, I did some more reading and watched some more videos so that I could perfect my weaving. I guess time will tell if I learned anything!


Remember that little flower motif? I could stop at just one, so I tatted the Hydrangea Doily in New Tatting.

Hmmm... I guess I should block it!

9 comments:

  1. It's a cutie! I might have to find my loom because you've inspired me to try again.

    ~Heidi

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    1. I'm having fun weaving, but I am having a hard time with consistency. Luckily, I have enough crochet cotton and perle cotton to keep me weaving for a long, long time!

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  2. Amazing to put your own 'stamp' on a loom! You have such a passion for weaving, I'm sure it will work out! And did you really tat this cute mat today, with all those other activities? I love the combination of soft-color threads and the variegated flowers.

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  3. The loom is intriguing! I love that Hydrangea Doily - it's a relaxing tat. And again, I love putting the colors together 😊

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  4. I love the doily and I plan to order the loom today. Hard to keep up with you.

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  5. Love the little doily, of course you could stop at one motif you had to do more, love the colour

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  6. Not a huge fan of pink, but your doily does look pretty :-)

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  7. Very pretty motif!! :)
    Looks like a great start to a new band!! :)

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