Friday, July 8, 2011

Crinoline Ladies

Twelve Crinoline Ladies ready for a new home to be embroidered.
The pattern is from Pam Palmer, "Tatting Treats Two".



The ladies have been washed with Purex and Lavender, blocked and sprayed with Mary Ellen's Best Press Lavender spray starch.


This Tatted embroidered lady I added to a round robin block for Ruby.


8 comments:

Katy said...

You deserve an Olympic medal, at least for doing all of these!

Eliz (tatknot) said...

Your round robin block is a wonderful example of what can be done with the tatting. Ruby must be very proud of it.

Ruby said...

You better believe I am very proud of the work you did on my block! So are you offering these ladies for sale?? I have found someone to teach me to tat but that's not until August.

Rose Anne B said...

WOW this is just LOVELY!!! I've only seen these crocheted. Love your embellishments on Ruby's block too!

Suztats said...

Wow! 12? My goodness, that's a lot of wonderful tatting!

Quayceetatter said...

Thank you ladies for your lovely comments! It is a good way to improve your tatting...

Barbara Gordon said...

All your tatted pieces look really great! I especially like the tatted lady on the round robin block for Ruby....lucky lady!!!

Lisa Fibers Creations said...

are any of these forsale? I did contact you earlier and you told me it would take you some time as you had a list of people who wanted them. I did get that book by the way, not sure when I will get time. I have not tatted in a while I need to. your work is gorgeous!!!!!!! hugs