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Friday, 22 April 2016

beautiful roses

I fell in love with this little roses!
On the third attempt, I started again from the original pattern. The white thread was hidden using Miranda's method of finishing with an SSSR, but I anchored the loop with the long green tail. In the same loop, I added a second shuttle, loaded with green thread:


The pattern of my base motif (under the rose) is 6 rings of 10-10, separated by chains with 3ds each.
I finished the little motif before "spiralling" the line of SR:
One green tail was cut and used to be threaded in picots, the other one was hanging from the back side of the motif. Then I used the rounded side of the crochet hook as an helper to wind the rose.
On the back, I just knotted the two ends.
I like how it turned out, but a rigorous scientific experiment it is proved true only if it is reproducible. Then I went. I have four roses now. That's all? I don't think so! I want to use an Italian expression: "Mi è venuta un'ideuzza..." (that means I have an idea how to use them but I hesitate to share it!!)
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Ninetta
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17 comments:

  1. I am sure whatever you do with all those roses, it will be wonderful!!! :)

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  2. The roses are beautiful and love the white color with the green I made some a while back and they are fun and habbit forming, I too use a crochet hook and the tatting it together is different never tried that:)

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  3. I am having a tat-loaded brain right now, so will have to return later to read with comprehension.
    But I like your roses & will definitely look this up when I finally tat them :-)

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  4. I have made this rose but I can see I'll have to make it again using your methods. Love your version!

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  5. Thank you Carollyn, Muskaan and Jane!

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  6. Share your idea please, I can't wait to see it!

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    1. g-)
      I found via pinterest pics of yours tatted in july 2012, they are so beautiful, this is an amazing pattern

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  7. Beautiful I love your roses, and I try will this pattern, I like your white and green colouring.
    Margaret

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    1. Hi Margaret, ty and happy tatting :)

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  8. fantastyczny pomysł, dziekuję

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  9. So very pretty and delicate!

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  10. Muy bella la forma de su trabajo y el resultado esas flores magníficas. Gracias por compartir

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Thank you very much for all your nice comments.

Ciao
Ninetta