He is 5 months old next week and if anyone would like to see various photos of him over the time we've had him you can go here and see an assortment of photos of him....
Anyway since I taught myself to tat a month ago I thought I'd share what I've been doing with you. I haven't been dormant since my last blog post plenty of crocheting of garments and shawls but as most of you are on Ravelry yo can just go to my projects and wander through what I've done.
I decided rather than try and catch up as I never manage to do that I just decided that I would try and blog and keep my posts short and sweet then I don't feel like everything else is being sacrificed or precious crochet, knitting, spinning & now tatting time is eaten up IYKWIM?
Anyway I'll not bore you with the pictures of the bag of trials that were my 1st attempts but here's a selection of motifs I've been tatting adding beads and attaching to felt and then adhering onto the lids of pots that once came from 'The Bodyshop' and contained Body Butter.
3D Flower from Rosemarie Peel's Book - Tatting Basic Patterns in Anchor Freccia #12
Maggie from Rosemarie Peel's Book - Tatting Basic Patterns in Anchor Freccia #12
Yarnplayer's Easy Tatted Butterfly in Oliver Twists Pearl Cotton #5
Yarnplayer's Easy Tatted Flower in Anchor Freccia #12
My own improvised design in Yarnplayer's HDT 'Knitty Gritty' #10
6 Petal Motif from これならわかるタティングレースの本 in Coats Mercer #20
I have also completed 'Adiratna' from Jon Yusoff aka Tat-a-Renda in DMC Cebelia #10 although not sure what I'm going to do with it but as it was my first 'proper' tatting achievement I'm going to keep it for myself...
So after seeing these if anyone is interested in learning to tat you can do no better than go to Tatted Treasures blog and follow her very excellent 'Absolute Beginner' series on learning to tat.
That's enough for now don't you think?
Apart from perhaps I should rename my blog as Littleberry rarely does much knitting these days apart from socks, what do you think?