Saturday, 1 September 2012

Snow comes early to the South

Here are some parchment snowflakes that I have been making.  They are from patterns by Tina Cox - and are for our Christmas Theme at the Sandown Show.  I have had to make a pro-forma for them as it is so easy to put a hole in the wrong place.  Best to take the time to do a perfect one and then use that as a stencil.  There are many occasions when you can do that with parchment.  We all have favourite borders and motifs and it is useful and quicker to keep the patterns to be used over and over again.


  1. Hi Carol
    Greeting from Greece ( Rhodes ) connection not good so I hope you get this, I love your snowflakes, too advanced for me,
    I am tatting some snowflakes here in Greece , hope you are is getting better.

  2. Oh this is exquisite Carol. I so love your parchment and am glad to see that you are managing very well with your arm. (I could not do this with two good arms!!!) Michelle x

  3. WOW Carol, these are gorgeous. Fabulous grid work, pleased your arm is improving.
    Christine xx

  4. Oh wow Carol, these are fantastic, they look so detailed. Your arm must be getting better if you are able to do such fine work.

    Sue x

  5. I have a 'thing' about snowflakes! Beautiful work as usual.

  6. Beautiful work Carol - makes me almost look forward to the changing seasons!
    Jocelyn x


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