Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Sandy's Snowflake



This is the free pattern for September 2017 from Handy Hands. Tatted in Venus Size 40 threads in Col. 486. This snowflake measures about 1.75 inches.

Monday, 16 October 2017

Street Lights Little India



Can you tell the theme for this year's street decorations?


Crossing this busy road at the pedestrian crossing
and quickly taking a photo before the lights start to blink
and turn red.
All ready for the festival of lights and good reigning over evil.



Friday, 13 October 2017

More Cymbidiums



Lovely arrangement at a hotel reception counter. 
Three different colours.
My favourite orchid blooms.

Thursday, 12 October 2017

Maranta Doily Completed



It is done.
Very colourful.
It did not turn out as I imagined but it is definitely different.
I may tat it again in one colour and in size 40.

This was tatted in Lizbeth Size 20 in 3 colours: Azalea Medium, Coral Orange Medium and Rainbow Splash (#620, #702, #184).

The pattern can be found here.
Thank you so much for the pattern.

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Pretty Crystals



Nature's beauty is everywhere.


Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Square Medallion No. 32



Found in Tatting with Anne Orr on page 21.

This one turned out pretty.
Tatted in Lizbeth Size 40 in Col. 708 River Blue Medium.
The four corner trefoil were tatted separately.

Monday, 9 October 2017

Elephants in Little India



There seems to be a number of elephants in Little India.
They are part of the street decorations for Deepavalli this year.


I could not resist taking a photo.


Aren't these babies just so cute?
Especially this pink one


Friday, 6 October 2017

Cymbidium & Dendrobium



I love how the dark green leaf makes a contrasting background for the white and pink orchids.
Just lovely!

Thursday, 5 October 2017

Medallion #29



Procrastinating!

Another one from Tatting with Anne Orr.

Tatted in Lizbeth Size 40 in Col. 712 Kelly Green Medium.
Perfect size for embellishing a coaster.

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Snowskin Mooncake




I remember mooncakes when they were $4 each.
These days it is $10 or more each.

But you get to enjoy it once a year only.
Happy Mooncake festival.
Happy moon watching.