The other one is a snowflake by Frivole, "Ice Queen" ( http://etsy.me/1u4BKhJ via Etsy ).
I've got many bugle beads and I've often tried to use them in tatting, but those which I got are very irregular in size. I think that the pattern I've been using for the bracelets in last post is effective, because in some way it hides/alters the irregularity and draws the attention to the shape/geometry.
I've been trying something similar, keeping the pattern similar to the bracelet, where I put segments of 1ds, 1bead, 1ds, while in corners I tatted 1ds, 1picot, 1ds, so that I could use the picots for later joins.
Then the box's just opened, there are more and more possibilities:
I'll play again with the concept, I like the effect and I must empty my beads' stash otherwise I won't let me buying more beads... perhaps, for this year, at least.
Looking for more tatting patterns with bugle beads, I've just found a very inspiring site about beading, beaddiagrams.com, the Christmas Tree Earrings with superduo beads are terrific, I added the link in the sidebar here for you to enjoy.
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