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Vidalia, the Sweet Onion Angel

Hope Green and Lenore English collaborated on designing "Vidalia", the Sweet Onion Angel. Inspired by the technique of the "Onion Ring" join the class studied earlier this fall, they applied it with divine results. Many thanks for sharing with the online tatting class!


Models above by Regina Brummet. Angels in the header by Hope Green and title angel by Lenore English.

Many thanks to Sue Hanson for making it possible to restore this pattern by Lenore English & Hope Green for all to enjoy.


4 beads ring shuttle
7 beads chain shuttle
@ = onion ring join
b = beads

Body R 12 - 12 R 12 - 8 @ - 8 - 12

Head R 8 - 8 R 10 b b @ b b 10

Final Row... each ring is worked with chain shuttle

Body Ch 3 - 6

Wing R 6 + 10 {7 graduated picots starting with 3/4" and extra ds between each picot} 3ds after last picot close R

Body Ch 3 + R 4 b 2 - 2
Ch 3 R 2 + 3 b 3 - 2
Ch 3 R 2 + 5 b 5 - 2
Ch 3 + R 2 + 7 b 7 - 2
Ch 3 R 2 + 5 b 5 - 2
Ch 3 R 2 + 3 b 3 - 2
Ch 3 + R 2 + 2 b 4 Ch 3

Wing R 4 {7 graduated picots- start small up to 3/4" with extra ds between picots} 10-6 close ring slowly, fold over first ring to gauge size

Body Ch 6 + wing, 3 + to begining of neck

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