Saturday, June 1, 2013

Tried something new again.. Rosalie

Here is my first attempt at a Piney Woods Tatter pattern.  It's one of her free patterns called Rosalie.  I only did the first 2 rounds.  I want to try again in a smaller thread.  This is tatted in Lizbeth Foam Latte size 10 with clear beads.  I think it's ok for a first time try.  I need to pay better attention to details.  :)
Here is the link to the pattern:   http://pineywoodstatter.blogspot.com/2012/07/rosalie-free-pattern.html
Please forgive me for forgetting to add it sooner.

14 comments:

Jane McLellan said...

Did you needle tat it? Very pretty.

Cindy said...

I think it's a great first try! It's always good to try, but I don't dare try this one yet. That Celtic stuff scares me :)

God's Kid said...

Hi Jane, no I shuttle tatted it using the interlocking SCMR's. Thanks for the comment!! :)
Thank you Cindy! I hope when I do it again it will be greatly improved!! :)

Margarets designer cards said...

I think that's a brilliant first try, well done
Margaret

God's Kid said...

Thank you very much Margaret!! :)

Sunela said...

Very nice.... Interlocking SCMR's? I don't think I know how to do it. Great motif!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

That is a very neat pattern! At first I thought the beads were links of chains, and I wondered how you managed it. It pays to read! ;-)

umintsuru said...

That is so pretty! Love the placement of beads and I think the Size 10 really enhances the interlocking SCMRs.

Carla said...

Very nice!

God's Kid said...

Sunela, thank you!! :) I did a tutorial on how I do the interlocking SCMRs and it's on the right side of my blog page if you are interested.
Thank you Diane!! I am hoping to do another and actually complete the whole pendant. :)
Thank you Umintsuru!! I am actually thinking a little bit smaller thread might make the center a bit better. :)
Thank you Carla!! :)

Carrie said...

Beautiful work! I love the interlocking part. Something else to put on my list of things to learn!

God's Kid said...

Thank you Carrie!! :) I can't wait to see your next project!! :)

Gwen said...

Great first try.

Trish G said...

I've tried these interlocking rings with the needle and the last one doesn't overlap the way the others do. they're all over/under but the last is under/under. Haven't figured out what I'm doing wrong.