Prototype Finished!

December 1, 2011 11:51 pm

The first step to making my tatted yarn belt is to make the focal piece in thread.  It’s a motif from one of the Priscilla books that I hadn’t done before, but had seen recently on a couple blogs.  I thought it would look lovely done in yarn as the front part of the belt, but first I had to try it in thread.  My usual mode of operation when trying out a new pattern from the Priscilla books is to tatting it first in size 10 exactly as the instructions say and see how it comes out.  From there I can start to make changes or adaptations, but I like to have that first version to start with.  To make this one I use some of the thread I dyed a while back. I like the way it came out.  Especially the variations in color in the rosette part.

The next step to to try out the center part in yarn.  I think it will go well.  I’m going to make it in a variegated green that I already have wound on a shuttle, but to the right are the colors that the final piece will be made of.  I plan on using the coral color for the center and the green-based variegate for the outer part.

3 Responses to “Prototype Finished!”

Fox wrote a comment on December 2, 2011

I love that pattern! It is going to look aces!
Fox : ))

Sue wrote a comment on December 5, 2011

I really like that blue and white piece!! :)

admin wrote a comment on December 8, 2011

Thanks Sue and Fox! Fox, I think it was on your blog that I first saw this pattern worked up from the Priscilla books. Love the way it looked when you did it.

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