Very simple things

Very simple things

I like technical challenges, but sometimes the most beautiful is the most simple. I tat a lot of jewels lately because I would like to present it to a Christmas market. By making it, I noticed that the most hard […]

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Bookmark of rosettes

That’ s it! The bookmark is finished. I do seven rosettes with a DMC thread size 80, and I used lapis lazuli pearls. I admit it is not perfect. The finishes are not really great. But, for me it was […]

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Rosette again and again

Rosette again, and again

I began rosettes with a much finer thread. I began a series of rosettes for a bookmark. But I admit that I recovered in there several times to make the first ones. Fortunately, I believe that I found the good […]

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rosette

Rosette

I would never have imagined to have so much difficulty! I continue to improve my technique. Well on Edwige Renaudin’s book is very useful! I try to realize a rosette. I really enjoy this motif… but it’s really difficult. Edwige […]

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Training again cluny

To continue training at the cluny, I made this pretty pattern by Jennifer Williams: Cluny motif. I feel like it’s better, but it’s not perfect. It’s really a special technique!

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My friend Andréa ask me for a handkerchief in an old style. I was interested in a border by Thérèse de Dillmont during the 19th century. I was inspired by this pattern for this handkerchief. The fabric is a cotton batiste and I tatted with a single shuttle.

19th century handkerchief

My friend Andréa asks me for a handkerchief in an old style. I was interested in a border by Thérèse de Dillmont during the 19th century. I was inspired by this pattern for this handkerchief. The fabric is a cotton […]

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