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Tuesday, 13 August 2019

all in all it's just another

...flake in the snow 🙂

Can I call it "the equilateral snowflake"?

Bugle beads are 9mm and 2mm long, all were strung and it is only one round.

I need at least another week to write the pattern.

Green thread is Penny 30 from Edda Guastalla's shop ("Fili & Gioielli a chiacchierino" in Facebook).
White thread is size 50 DMC Cordonnet Special, color B5200.

Can you spot the treble tatting stitches? 🥰

Useful links (some snowflakes' free patterns, I know this list can be longer!):
My patterns (six pointed motifs):

UPDATE: Pattern is in Flickr:
equilateral snowflake


  1. I like that Ninetta, original. Thanks for the links too. There are a lot of snowflakes out there! I think tatting is perfect for snowflakes.

  2. I love the triangle effect with the snowflake! It makes an unusual halo.

  3. Fantastic, and great use for bugle beads.

  4. I love your triangle you have created! thank You for sharing your talent with us all!


Thank you very much for all your nice comments.