Sunday, April 13, 2014

Easter Eggs, Bunnies and a Chick

Front and back of  satin eggs. The tatting pattern is Snowflake 9 in the book, "Festive Snowflakes  & Ornaments", edited by Barbara Foster. The egg on the left is tatted with Lizbeth 10 Purple Med #632 and Rainbow Taffy #153. The egg on the right is tatted with Lizbeth 10 Xmas Green #638 and Fruit Fizz #139.

My Nephew Aedan's  first Easter! He was born April 2, 2014. The pattern is from the Raspberry Rabbits by Michelle May.  The chick is a pattern from Ulla's Quilt World.
 

 
 

9 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I love your eggs! I've been meaning to decorate some, but I keep getting distracted by other projects.

Happy first Easter, Aedan!

Quayceetatter said...

Thanks Diane for your nice comment. When the eggs arrived I didn't realize how big they were. That is why you need size 10 to cover them. It works up quick and I love them.

Denise Brant said...

Oh I love those eggs. I have the same book, I had some trouble with needle tatting a couple of them but some of them worked out really nice , I used them on a quilted , red stocking , advent calendar last Christmas. The pockets were the little red stockings and I tatted white designs, for the toes and heels, some were partial snowflakes from that book. I'm shuttle tatting now and I too will get to tatting some from that book but ,alas, it will have to wait .
The color threads are very pretty. And I really love the cross.

God's Kid said...

Love the picture at the top of your blog!!! So festive and fun!! :)
And your tatted Easter Eggs are awesome!!! :)

Quayceetatter said...

Thank you ladies for your nice comments!!(:

CJ STITCHING AND BLOOMS said...

Your Tatted Easter eggs are awesome, love them.. Your projects are always great to look at , such lovely stitching indeed. I hope you all get some needed rain. I am sure this is a lovely time of year for you all. Hugs Judy

Quayceetatter said...

Thanks Judy for your lovely comment. Today I showed the ladies how to card wool and next week we will start to spin. On the side I helped another lady on her tatting. We had new visitors at the feeders, a pair of orioles.

Madtatter80 said...

what a sweet little thing to do for nephew and love the eggs too! nice post!

Quayceetatter said...

Thank you for your lovely comment.