Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Pattern Wave

It was time maybe to let it go. Since 2012 I saw a lot of versions not only of the finished, but also of the pattern itself, in so many forms. I like to think that a lot of technical questions will be answered by the pattern itself. I never expected this pattern to raise so much interest and I thank everyone on who once had a look at the original before I made it public.
The pattern is simple, so simple that is is boring. But do not rush while working it. Simple things can punish pretty hard the impatient hand.


To the English version: here.
For the French one: here.
Instructions for the needle: here.

Just enjoy. I decided to place it also in the blog, at least it is all in one place.

Happy tatting.

20 comments:

  1. This is so elegant, thankyou for the beautiful pattern!

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  2. That is stunning jewelry!!!! :)

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  3. I have always admired your beautiful pattern & the gorgeously elegant jewelery it creates. Thanks for sharing all versions of the pattern

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  4. There are so lovely. I have to do it. Greetings from Poland.

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  5. Piękna biżuteria i doskonale rozpisany wzór. Mistrzyni.

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  6. Oh thank you! It is a deservedly popular pattern.

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  7. Corina this is a fantastic pattern, very clear instructions.
    Must try to tat it, just love the necklace. thank you

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  8. Thank you, Corina, for your creativity and generosity. I purchased the pattern when you first publicized it and absolutely love it! I have a small group of tatters with various levels of expertise that I'd be honored to share it with if that is ok with you.

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    1. Thank you Sandy. Please, feel free to do it. I would be honoured. The pattern for the earrings is actually so easy, being an only rings pattern and it is a good introduction in working with beads. The second earring due to the down join, helps to get to the next tatting level. And at the end of the adventure, we have a finished pair of earrings.

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  9. Thank you all for the kind words.

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  10. With much gratitude, Corina! I try to always let a designer know if I'd like to use a pattern even if it is on-line as "free" because I don't always believe that designers get all of the credit that they should. You need to know that others so appreciate all of your time, effort and creativity. My little group is very small and they will be thrilled to get to make them.

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  11. I love this pattern Corina I have made so many variations as gifts for family and friends; everyone just loves it for its simplicity and beauty.

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  12. You are too kind! thank you very much. It's very surprised! Best wishes!

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    1. Happy that you like it ;) . Have fun with it.

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  13. Thank you so much for sharing your talent. You make understanding patterns much easier.

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  14. I have seen this pattern for some time, and every time, I love it. Each persons color and bead selection always "works", so very adaptable.
    You are so kind to share with your FB friends. You are a very VERY talented designer to produce such an unusual pattern.

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    1. Thank you, Susan, for your kind words. This pattern seems complicated, but it is not, and this makes it so versatile. As for colours combinations: sky is the limit. Someone used the seed beads in order to make a rainbow effect. Spectacular, I tell you.

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  15. I have seen this pattern for some time, and every time, I love it. Each persons color and bead selection always "works", so very adaptable.
    You are so kind to share with your FB friends. You are a very VERY talented designer to produce such an unusual pattern.

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  16. Wow, Corina. Thanks for sharing your pattern so generously! :-)

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