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Wednesday, 22 April 2015

pride and prejudice

Do you have any prejudice against my laziness? I can hear your hearty laugh looking at my new pattern in flickr: yes, it is exactly that, only a cloverleaf pattern!! (or trefoil, how do you call it?) I admit, I'm quite ashamed for putting a copyright on it!!

But, then, here it is, the pattern for the edging  with curled onion rings:
https://flic.kr/p/rYfoJw
edging with curled onion rings, a photo by ninettacaruso on Flickr





I'm quite proud, instead, of my "new tatter" friend Rosalba. She started tatting in January, and now she's almost independent. As a little reward (and because she decided to put tatting aside for a while and start learning bobbin lace) I gave her the first book by Annamaria, "Chiacchierino, i gioielli", very cheerful and full of lovely tatted jewellery (http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art45778.asp)

This tatting was done by Rosalba:
Just to say sorry and to receive your forgiveness for not having new tatting by myself, I'd like to give you a link to an absolutely wonderful site of tatting, by a master of tatting in Ukraine, Elena Ignatova:
http://www.arahni.com.ua/engl/index.html


Ciao,
Ninetta

6 comments:

  1. Wonderful edging!! :)
    Very nice tatting by your friend!! :)

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  2. Your clover edging is completely original with its curled rings, thanks for sharing it with us! Well done to Rosalba. And her teacher, of course.

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  3. Love your new edging, you are not lazy your patterns that you share are really lovely
    Margaret

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  4. un abbraccio Ninetta e complimenti per i tuoi lavori un abbraccio

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  5. Thanks for the pattern, Ninetta :-) Curled Clovers edging !
    And congratulations to Rosalba on her accomplishments -- fantastic progress ! Compliments to her teacher , too :-)

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  6. Thank you very much - all of you :)

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Thank you very much for all your nice comments.

Ciao
Ninetta