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Earrings by Susan MacLeod




Well, Sue was really burning the midnight oil last night. Just look what she did with the Emmanuel Bocher 1912 Tatting Book pg 36 section of the Throwing Rings off lesson! Way to go Sue!

She wrote:

When I saw these patterns, 2 of them spoke to me as earrings. I've done one, still have to do the other. I used Balger cord in silver and Delica beads. It took about a yard on the shuttle (and 4 beads), I used the spool of thread as the 2nd shuttle (with 2 beads). Feel free to share with the others.


Susan G. MacLeod, Dummerston, Vermont http://www.sover.net/~sumac

Please review:
Bocher Restored From Page #36, by Rose Rogers
http://www.georgiaseitz.com/public/bocher1912/restored/bocher1912pg36restored.html

Bocher Restored From Page #110, by Rose Rogers
http://www.georgiaseitz.com/public/bocher1912/restored/bocher1912pg110restored.html

Excerpts from the Bocher Book
http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2/float/french.html
Throwing off Rings for Needle Tatters
http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2/float/throw2.html

Any questions? You are welcome to email me: AKTATTER@aol.com
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