Wednesday, November 23, 2016

As I feared...

I couldn't remember how I tatted the previous Ice Drop.

Luckily, it really doesn't matter, because I think it still looks great!

Basically, I couldn't remember how I joined and turned my work. What I did worked, but I'm not sure I could explain it to anyone. Really, it just meant that I had more joins than I needed.

The chains on both sides are the same size, which just gives a different look.

I think the next Ice Drop I tatted was more similar to the first one. I did add a picot to each chain for a change of pace.

Tatting Ice Drops is really addictive! I have seven to go to finish my tabletop tree. I have too much to finish up today to be able to make all seven, but I'm confident that I can finish by the end of the weekend!


  1. I cant even see the glass it looks so clear on the first couple of them, I bet you can fill a tree now :) but sure it wont stay full :)

  2. You have come up with something very appealing here! I love the 'snowflake' on the back, holding the gem in place. It's quite clever of you to adapt it from the video to accommodate these small round gems. You will probably get requests from family and friends for these, so be prepared!

  3. Your newest tatted Ice Drops are beautiful as well as your previous pieces. I can see you will be getting lots of requests. Happy Thanksgiving.

  4. It's such an unusual pattern, your tree is going to be gorgeous


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