Sunday, September 30, 2007

Inspired by Mary Konior



"Briar fragment" from "Tatting with Visual Patterns" by Mary Konior.

Actually, my attempt has more picots in some of the petals. I inadvertently added an extra picot in the first of the larger petals, so I just decided to be consistent!

This motif is something I'm going to use on a note card.

7 comments:

Tattycat said...

Very pretty. I like it!

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Very pretty! I love Mary Konior's fragments!

clyde said...

I love it. I really like the way the colours worked out in it. I think it would make a nice pendant.

Sewicked said...

How big is it? It looks like it would also work on a bracelet or necklace. I love how it turned out.

yarnplayer said...

I think it was around 2 inches long in size 20 thread. (I've already mailed it, so I can't measure to be sure). Yes, it is a good starting point for a jewelry idea. Mary Konior's book has a lot of neat things in it.

Sapna said...

Thank You so much Marilee... I love to check out your blog each day, there is always something new and good...

I like this pendent... finally that's something that I can try as i dont know how to bead tat...

Am currently stingy with the threads that I purchased from you... dont want to use it cos they are so good... will try this pattern with one of those am sure it'll turn out pretty.

❦TattingChic said...

Lovely! I'm putting together a post on my blog in memory of our Beloved Mary Konior. Do you know how hard it is to find every post you've ever done about a particular subject? LOL! I finally googled "TattingChic Mary Konior" and your blog came up with this post, LOL!