TerryTheTatter

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Iris' Bell


I have Iris Niebach's new Fantasy 3 book. I worked the edging for a fingertip towel for a friend. I loved the edging. I made some changes in both design and count and created the pink bell. Then went loco and created the blue & white bell with 140 beads. Too, too much. Now to make a 3rd bell, with some of the changes and not nearly so much "glitz."

8 Comments:

  • Beautiful!! Glitz and all!

    By Blogger Gina, at 6:09 PM  

  • Yes, glitz and all! I'm not a glitz person, but many people love bling…I had a friend years ago (she was the age I am now and I was in my 30's) who I called the "shiny lady" She just dazzled (bedazzled)…I remember she was so shocked when I turned up at church with dyed red hair (my granddaughter was little and a red head who noticed 'No one else has hair my color." So I kept mine red until she accepted her own hair color. I was amused that the "shiny" lady would object to my red, shiny hair. LOL
    Terry, the bells are stunning…
    xxx BJ

    By Blogger Ridgewoman, at 9:12 PM  

  • I LOVE the 'bling' on the edging. Wonderful.

    By Blogger Jane Eborall, at 12:18 AM  

  • Those bells are absolutely gorgeous I will have to look into getting that book!!

    By Blogger TypsTatting, at 12:53 AM  

  • Terry, the bells are lovely. I say add more bling!
    Georgia

    By Blogger AKTATTER, at 10:14 AM  

  • I, too, have Iris's wonderful book. I am making the Livia (hearts & bows)edging for a friend's wedding hanky to go with the white Bella Nina I made for her. You're rendition on the bells are fantastic and you're giving me ideas. Thanks to both you and Iris. Karen in OR

    By Blogger Karen, at 12:59 PM  

  • Beautiful.It's so nice to hear from you again.

    By Blogger connie, at 7:25 PM  

  • Hello,
    I read your blog, watch all the things you've made and WOW! All the things are so beautiful! I love your work!
    Best regards, Aggie.

    This is my site if you want to watch my work:
    www.szydelkoagusi.blogspot.com

    By Blogger Szydełko i spółka, at 6:29 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home