Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Fourth steps of earring

Step 19: Work now the second ring in the same way as described at Step 4.


Step 20: Work the third ring 10+10, joining through the other rings to the picot of your underlying chain near the 6mm bead.




Step 21: Without reversing work a chain as described in Step 13. Join to last picot of center flower.
Now we have only to hide our thread ends on the back.






Et voila, our earring is ready!

11 comments:

Corina said...

Thank you very much for sharing this beautiful pattern! Visit my blog to see what I made of it (I still am a little inexperienced using beads...), I know I made a mistake. I will make the second one!

Vinnie said...

Oh my God I'm thoroughly confused!
Such a pretty thing and I can't get the second part right at all.
The 1st ring of the second part isn't coming upon the right side!!!
What am I doing wrong?
I'm still trying.....

Urtica said...

Thank you for beautiful pattern!

Lebasi Aneres said...

Hola Iris, acabo de subir a mi blog tus pendientes... espero te guste mi versión de colores...... abrazos...Isabel


Hi Iris, I just go to my blog your earrings ... I hope you like my version of colors ...... Isabel.... hugs ...

Mariangela said...

Sono bellissimi, mi puoi dire se serve la spoletta o l'ago?

mahiru said...

So beautiful.
Thank you for sharing the pattern!

Natalie said...

I was introduced to the wonderful world of tatting 3 weeks ago. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. I plan on attempting it as soon as I am able. Thanks!

Chiccherie & Frivolité said...

Sono favolosi!!! Grazie per il pattern, ho fatto l'orecchino ma adesso come faccio a fare l'altro correttamente?

Tissaia de Vriess said...

Thanks for Your tutorial. It's amazing. First I' ve some problems but when I made a second earring, it was OK. I will make the next pair in another colours.

Titine said...

De tout cœur merci pour ce beau partage.
Bisou

Shelley P. said...

Ms. Niebach, these are breathtaking! Whatever do you call this brilliant pattern? I'd like to make them as a gift for a friend but I can't name them after a website.