Saturday, March 14, 2015

Test tatted cross(another).

Another cross design of Elaine P. Gan.  
I love this design, but it sure does trick my mind when needing to make joins(especially in the center).  :)
It's in size 40 Lizbeth Boysenberry.
My husband took our kitchen chairs to a woodworker to be re-glued(after over 20 years or use), and while there the three guys somehow got talking about tatting and doilies(yah, I said guys were talking about it).  The woodworker said he and his wife drive to Indiana looking for doilies and he wanted my information in case she might want me to tat some doilies for her.  WOW!!!  
Next time I think I will take the chairs myself and avoid extra work(ha ha ha).  :)
Hope your day has been blessed with tatting!!  :)

10 comments:

Carla said...

wow wonderful! beautiful tatting!

muskaan said...

I love this cross !!! The short parts could so easily be used as leaves.
Beautiful tatting, too.
Good luck on the doilies and may be you will make a new friend in the process :-)

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

The cross is beautiful! I can see how that center would be tricky. Maybe what you could do is tat for as long as they're working on the chairs, determine how much you each spent in materials, and then pay the difference!

mb duke said...

Beautiful cross. I can see where it can be tricky with those joins in non standard places. Cool effect, though.

Jane McLellan said...

Well, that sounds like an interesting conversation in the woodwork room! The cross is a bit disconcerting, maybe not a bad thing.

Madtatter80 said...

Wow It is mind boggling to look at too! would have gone nuts figuring this one out! :)

Jolimama said...

Gyönyörű!!:-))

God's Kid said...

Thank you very much everyone!!! :)

Bernice said...

I love the look of this cross. How lovely your tatting too.

God's Kid said...

Thank you Bernice!! :)