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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Tatted Pyramid Orchid Mat Abstract for now




I am going to stop right here, for now. I think I'll take a break and finish the Mignonette wedding hanky. I might need it! Also, I want to look at the mat this way for a while and see if I want to leave it this way. I just love tatting these motifs for some reason. I think I will be sad to be finished with it!

I with I could get the colors to show up better. We just might have to sell this new camera on Ebay and buy another one! Tatting pictures are very important!

Let me know how you feel about the abstract mat please.

10 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Your mat is beautiful! I love it just the way it is!

Tattycat said...

Thank you Diane! You voted for it and you got it!
By the way, do you ever google tatting or have a google alert to your email for tatting? For some reason my blog never shows up anymore for me. Do you ever see it?

Karl and/or Madeline said...

As usual a beautiful work of art. I like it as is .. Madeline

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

I don't know how to set up a Google alert for tatting. I know it's possible because I get e-mail alerts for Gina's blog... that's the only one I've seen! I've tried setting my options so my picture shows up as well, but that doesn't seem to work either. I wonder if I have to do something different since I work with a Mac?

Marty said...

I don't blame you for deciding to leave it as it is for now. It looks great. If you like doing the motifs, you could always make a companion piece. :) Or a gift for someone special.

Tattycat said...

Good idea Marty! I just might start another one. You know how when you get into something, you start wishing you had done it differently. Guess that would be my chance!

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

This looks fantastic! Are you thinking about framing it? I can picture (no pun intended) it matted and framed and used as a focal point in a room.
Great Job!

Tattycat said...

Thanks Sherry. I am thinking about framing it. As a matter of fact, it probably would be perfect in my Victorian bedroom that is done in green and white with a little bit of pink in the duvet.

Sharon said...

The mat looks beautiful. If you did do a matching mat you could switch the light and dark green border colours so that the companion mat has the dark in the centre and the light on the smaller outside sections.

Tattycat said...

I like the idea about switching the greens on a companion piece. Thanks Sharon!