Monday, May 19, 2008

"HEART ATTACK EDGING" Tatted Lace

Sorry for the delay in presenting this pattern. The day after we moved in to our new Korean home, I fell ill and have basically been sleeping for the last 3 days.
Anyhow, I purchased a new scanner....(It is so much better than my old one) and I downloaded my diagramming software to my laptop so VOILA! Here you go! Enjoy!
"Heart Attack Edging"
This will also be located under "Free Patterns" here on this blog.
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Buddha's birthday was recently celebrated here in South Korea and I chose these colors for the edging because they match the buddha decoration's everywhere.

9 comments:

yarnplayer said...

Sherry, you get more accomplished when you are sick than the rest of us do when we are in perfect health! Hope you are feeling better now. The edging is excellent!

Grizzly Mountain Arts said...

That pattern is beautiful, Sherry! I love the colors! Hope you're feeling better :)

TattingChic said...

What a cute little edging! It's so adorable. It's so cool to see how your Korean experience is influencing your tatting already. I'm glad to hear you got some sleep, too. Good for you!

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

I love your "Heart Attack" edging! I almost had a heart attack when I read the title of your post, though! I thought maybe you had designed it while sitting in the hospital with someone who'd had a heart attack. ; )

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

Thank you everybody!
LOL Marilee, I feel like one lifetime isn't enough to do everything that I want to do!

Sorry Diane about scaring you :)

Thank you Shannon! I can see this edging in size 80 for a bridal hanky......hmmmmm

Thank you Jo!

Steph's (tat) Stuff said...

Hi Sherry! Now that is a great edging. That looks like a really neat technique to work on tonight. And that thread! I love it.

Clyde said...

What a beautiful edging. I also think it might make a very special chain for a necklace for a loved one.

Bonnie said...

Thank you for the edging pattern, Sherry! Now I have no reason to not try your "Dimpled Yorkie". Also do I understand you correctly that your family is now in a home of your own? Congratulations on getting into your Korean home. I do hope your feeling all better by now.

Shay said...

What a delightful edging! I'll have to give it a try.

(hope you are feeling a lot better).