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Ex pat Yorkshireman living in North Wales. Married to Heather. Two dogs, Two cats

Thursday, 3 January 2008

25 challenge 13 and 14


Round 1

R 10 quarter inch picot 10, RW Ch 5-5-5-5, RW R 10 + picot R1 10, RW Ch 5-5-5-5, Repeat for total of 4 rings and chains.

Round 2

Ch1 + to 1st picot of a chain. 5-5-5-5 + to 3rd picot. Ch2 5-5 + to 1st picot next chain Repeat all way round.

Round 3

SR + to picot on small chain. 5-5/5-5, Chain 10-5-5-10, RW R 5+ 2nd picot larger chain, 5

RW Ch 10-5-5-10 RW, R 5-5+5-5 RW. Repeat all way round

Round 4

Ch +to 3rd picot of chain 5-5-5+ to first picot next chain. 5+ to 2nd picot 5+ to 3rd picot.

Repeat all way round.

Finish each round in desired pattern (I'm still stuck on anything more complicated than cut and tie!!)


Slightly Maltese cross

Round 1

SR 5-5/5-5, Ch 5-5-5+5-5-5+5-5-5+5-5-5+ to base of SR, SR5+5/5+5, Ch 5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5, RW

R 5+10+5, RW Ch 5+5-5-5-5-5-5-5. Repeat all way round

Last Ch 5+5-5-5-5-5-5+5+ to base of SR


***Jon**** said...

I like the simplicity of your designs Bob. I should think more like you for my designs.

You should try split rings and split chains to save you the 'cut and tie'.

Clyde said...

Nice work Bob. Good to see you doing your own designs.

Mrs. John said...

These are NEAT! I will be back to see what else you do! :)

Tatting N Craftin RainbowRose said...

Beautiful Bob! Just printed them out so I can make these too! I have to agree with Jon on the simplicity of your designs! They are great!!!

Pamela said...

Well done Bob, there is no stopping you now.
Like the first design particularly, very clever.

Barbara Gordon said...

What I liked most was that celtic piece and by looking it at I have no clue how it would tat out! I like the celtic stuff and am working on one righ now. I just finished taking a ring apart because the chain was on the wrong side! Errr! I'm going to do it however if it takes me all day.