Friday, January 10, 2014

A Small Flurry

Well, I stopped tatting a snowflake a day after Christmas, because I had something else to focus on. But that doesn't mean I stopped tatting snowflakes! Here are a few more that fell from my shuttle at a slower pace in the last two weeks:

The top left is a Vida Sunderman flake, called Jingle Bell Snowflake; the top right is the trusty Minaret (also VS); and the bottom is a lovely vintage design which Gina the Tatting Goddess rewrote in modern terms. I love this pattern so much that I can only find one problem with it: it has no name. Since I'm tired of describing its origin every single time I refer to it, I have decided henceforth to call it "Gina's Snowflake".


Madtatter80 said...

I Think they are beautiful and that's a wonderful name:)

Margarets designer cards said...

They are all beautiful snowflakes, and that's a lovely name for Gina's snowflake.

Suztats said...

Lovely little flurry! It's the best kind of snowfall. Nice name for Gina's pattern.

Sally Kerson said...

What a fitting tribute to Gina naming a snowflake after her. But I am like you still tatting snowflakes well after Christmas! Yours are really lovely and it doesn't matter how long they take to make.