Friday, 22 May 2020

peacock in the snow

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Whoever heard of a tropical bird prancing and showing off it’s plumage in snow? A bird that dances in the rain! It can only happen in lace where creativity knows no geographical bounds.
Yet, I stuck with cool colours for a seamless transition.

2 flakes stacked, creating a lovely effect and design!

Peacock in the Snow flake
Pattern is finally ready and converted to pdf which includes details, along with a close-up pic. Contact me in case of any problem. Hope you enjoy this layered flake. 

The story in pics ....
Round 1
Round 2
Round 3
2 together as motifs for a larger fabric.
Round 4
It measures 10 cms in Anchor Pearl cotton, size 8 (similar to Lizbeth size 20)
An extreme close-up to show details.

2 together as motifs for a larger fabric. Each side is 5 cms.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did creating and playing with it!

Download pdf here



15 comments:

  1. Gorgeous muskaan. Thanks for the pattern, a lot of work, but I’m sure tatters will appreciate it, even if they don’t necessarily tell you so.

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    1. Thank you so very much, Jane 馃挆馃尮馃挆 It's quiet here, but has been received very enthusiastically on facebook 馃槃

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  2. Such a beautiful design... Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Glad you like it, Priti 馃挆 Welcome to my blog 馃尮馃尮馃尮

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  3. Absolutely brilliant. The great colors make it fascinating.

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    1. Thanks, Marja 馃挆 Jane McLellan's comment in previous post convinced me to stick with these colours 馃槂

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  4. This is beautiful! The colors are perfect for showing off this lovely design. Thank you for sharing it.

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    1. I'm waiting for somebody to tat it in Lizbeth...馃槂.Thanks for your comment, Anonymous 馃挆

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  5. it's beautiful, love the layered effect!

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  6. I absolutely LOVE that gorgeous snowflake!!! :)

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    1. Thank you, Sue 馃挆 BTW, I had added a link to your tds video in the Resources page 馃憤馃尮

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    2. Awww...I am flattered. :)

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    1. Inspired by the beautiful bird, Mel 馃槂

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