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Friday, 25 September 2015

use it safely

If it happens to feel a strong desire to learn a new type of lace, I try to use the new obsession safely in any combination with tatting.

If you ask around, they always recommend the importance of a varied diet.


Center has been made in Sardinian Bosa filet lace, a type of embroidery on a handmade net, so there're two techniques to learn.
I used dmc thread size 60.

Ciao,
Ninetta

18 comments:

  1. I agree with muskaan that is beautiful mixed with tatting It looks like the table cloth I have that is from Sardinian my daughter go to go there and she loved the island and everything

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    1. There are differences in their drawings, it depends which part of Sardinia it was from, this one is from Bosa, in the middle, on the sea, west side.

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  2. Really dainty and pretty. I like your concept of a varied diet!

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  3. So pretty! And, so funny! It is hard to make a joke in a foreign language, but you did it. I will smile all day. ;-)

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  4. Very pretty, and a great idea to combine techniques!

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  5. Perfect, Ninetta!

    Yes, I love the idea of combining different mace methods. I thought I could combine Armenian lace and tatting quite nicely - when I manage to learn it! : )

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  6. ...make that LACE methods .....

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    1. It's all right, Fox! Thank you very much for reading me pretending to write in English... :))

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  7. There are really tremendous opportunities to combine several lace techniques. It is exciting!

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  8. Thank you very much, everyone! I'm still learning that type of of filet, I'm going to meet again the ladies from Bosa, in 15 days, I can't wait!

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Thank you very much for all your nice comments.

Ciao
Ninetta