Quad_25 is only a little square but it's precious for me, for many reasons...
I've tatted it with 2 threads, one is dmc size 80, number 368 green, the other is one of the big treasure that Fox sent last year. She sent many threads, all beautiful, I've used almost all for the squares, but I still have some to play with. The multicoloured rings look like bubbles to me! The wonderful muted mix is perfect with that green hue, it is Perfect Quilter... number?... well, we should ask Fox!
The colour scheme is so difficult that I can only guess. I think that they are primary colours as for the multicoloured thread and they "visually advance", while the green acts as cool and passive, even if it's a major part in the pattern. It was very difficult to find a background for the photo, at the end I opted for the black, nothing else worked. I know I've a lot to learn about colours!
This is the square number 25: that number is important to me as I started following all your blogs when I joined the "25 motif challenge". I'm very happy that I did it.
For onion rings, I've followed the tutorial prepared by Aurora Lozada for the online tatting class, it's great for me, it's better than other methods I tried before.
So, quad_25 is a thank-you square: to Fox, Sue Fuller, Sharon, Aurora... and you all!
Currently I should finish the edging with daisies and I've started another project, that is something 3D that challenges me.... But I also want to join the group (http://umintsuru.blogspot.it/2014/10/under-african-sky-tatting-challenge.html) that will tat the doily designed by Jane, so now I have to face the most difficult part: choosing colours!