Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Meadow Song Ball

Here is the Meadow Song ball that I FINALLY completed. The pattern appeared in my guild's newsletter in July 2010. That is when it was started.  Then was pushed aside by other things.  But, it bugged me that is was an unfinished project, so I decided it would be done this year.  So in the midst of eggs, I finished it.  The picture is not a real good one, but hopefully you can see all the different elements--the sun with it's ray shining down on the butterflies that are fluttering over the flowers growing from the soil and seeds at the bottom.  It really is a pretty finished ball and fun to tat.  The pattern is from Terry McGuffin, aka Terry The Tatter.
Note: I wrote this post in 2012, but was hoping to take a better picture before posting. Of course, I forgot to add it--so there it SAT as a draft until now. I am working on my blogging.

6 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

You've created a beautiful piece of tatted art! I love the rays of the sun shining down on the butterflies!

Jane McLellan said...

Very pretty!

mb duke said...

That is a beautiful ornament! I really like the symbolism of all the elements. Thanks for sharing.

God's Kid said...

That is a really awesome ornament!!! :) You did a wonderful job!!! :)
It's truly hard to get a good picture of a glass(or clear) round ornament that is tatted on!! :)

Sally Kerson said...

So much work, and so pretty

Urtica said...

Mmmmm.... super!