10th round completed!
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This is the 10th round finished. This was not without difficulty since I had to undo a good part to rectify an error.
I’m already thinking about what I’m going to do next, but I think the 11th round will wait a bit. Tatting with a thread so thin requires good light and concentration. It doesn’t seem ideal to me on the bus. I will have to find another project to leave, so I will want to lower the size of my threads.
On “Festival du Lin”, I discovered the work of Stéphanie Michaud, Meilleur Ouvrier de France in Jours d’Angles. She wrote a very clear technical book that allowed me to do my first tests in Jours d’Angles.
As a good beginner, I made my first tests on a fabric a little thick before trying a thiner fabric (the rendering is even more satisfactory ^ ◡ ^) っ). Here a straight tulle.
I was surprised at the time needed to cut the threads, but I find the work of ajourage very pleasant. I’m already dreaming of a nice jours d’Angles on a handkerchief bordered by tatting ლ(´ڡ`ლ) !!!