From classic to modern
Here's a variation on the same pattern: using a different colour gives the pattern a more 'casual' effect...
This beautiful Ankars is also one of Lory's own patterns: mastering the Ankars technique is one of the most ambitious goals for every tatter who aims to create beautiful jewels.
This one is so rich though delicate and small, a real concentration of ability and taste.
This, too, will soon be displayed in Lory's Etsy shop, which I am glad to link here:
As you may see, Lory has just started her internet activity and her Etsy shop is only at its
beginning; she is actually selling a lot by hand, fulfilling orders she gets from local people, making jewels as well as small beautiful works for marriages, confirmations or baptism, such as this beautiful tatted angel
This little piece of a beauty would surely be a beautiful gift for any ceremony, precious and appreciated...
This was tatted in fine cotton thread and stiffened, in order to keep its shape firm: it is surprising how such a fine lace can achieve a steady shape...
The following pattern is Lory's last one designed, also employing Ankars technique.
Don't you think this is an absolute beauty? You can hardly figure out how many variations you could achieve working on this same pattern!
And here's a really particular model: being tatted around a metal circle holding the structure, it achieves a sort of 'phantom' effect with the outer circle 'floating' around the inner motiv.
Now, I really hope I gave you good suggestions, and maybe now you will be willing to know Lory from a closer point of view.
In addition to her ability she is also a really heartful person, always helping generously and sharing her advices whenever asked.
If you wish to meet her, here are the links to her pages:
Pinterest:https://www.pinterest.com/lorytatting/lorytatting/ (here you will find more of her works, and also a free pattern!)
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