I need only two more pieces, those in the bottom of previous picture, but the colour should be changed.
How to join motif that's my method: putting them close each other and taking a shot as a guide.
That's the stitch count for the parallelogram. Tangram's pieces are 7, but two are doubled, so we have all patterns now.
(ops! sorry, I forgot the big size triangle. I'll give you that pattern tomorrow)
I'm very near to the end. My little star will be very close to this tattingram...
I've 5 glass balls more, but I must stop them now. Yes, I know that tree is quite undressed, I should tat the others, next days.
Now I must close the tattingram. It's a Christmas tattingram, anyway! That is the third piece (the medium size triangle) :
The center part is the same as the square, same stitches count.
I've another shot to share. Usually I put together pictures using Serif DrawPlus, but this week I found a clever app for the phone ("smart-phone" it is indeed!) that's called Photo collage, so here you are, a collage of pics, a one-page tutorial for little pincushions I made in November. The starting piece of fabric is a square, then I folded it in a Origami Square Base. Sew, reverse, put buttons, et voilà!
...quite good! I need many other invisiballs and the upper star.
I took a break with a delicious "Heart of Misha" designed by Fox (www.tat-ology.blogspot.com, then go to her "My patterns" page ):
The multicoloured thread is really beautiful, one of my favourites right now. I don't know what it is, as it comes directly from the Colour's Fairy world, received in the mail this week! Thank you very much Fox!
I tried the fluffy Josephine knot, as described by Carollyn in her blog (www.tennbrown.blogspot.com). She has a video on YouTube, too. It's not easy keeping the larger shape with 14 half knots, I need more exercise!
For the invisiball in the picture, I followed the pattern used for "quad 19". But now, without cluny leaves, it lost originality and it rather looks like the "magic square" described by muskaan in her blog! (www.tipsaroundthehome.blogspot.com)