Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Another Spinning Wheel Glass Mat

When I posted my original Spinning Wheel Glass Mat here, Marge asked about the error. Now that I have made another error free one to show you, I feel comfortable showing the error. Note how in 1 of the set of squares there is only 2 picots, there should be 3 like in the rest of the motif.



So Sad. However here is a corrected one.

See all picots present and accounted for :-) It is done in Marilee's HDT - Vibrato, size 30. I started work on this right after the first Spinning Wheel Glass Mat fiasco and completed it a couple of weeks ago. I enjoyed the pattern alot more the second time around, but can't say that I'm eager to make as many as my Friend - Diane, Lace Lovin' Librarian.


Happy Tatting, World,


Bonnie

19 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Now, you know that the blind man on the galloping horse would never notice the missing picot! Neither would I, unless I inspected it really closely. I love the Vibrato thread. I don't think I have any of that one!

Jane Eborall said...

DUH, that's so small a mistake that I don't think it's even worth mentioning. VERY pretty thread you used for the second one.

Gina said...

Not a mistake that would be noticed! I'm enjoying seeing how all the threads work up in this motif but it isn't one I enjoy making all that much myself. Every time I've made it, I've made a far bigger mistake than you did. So much so that I had to take it out or forever have it glare at me. LOL!

TattingChic said...

The only mistake I can see is going through all that effort to POINT OUT your mistakes, LOL! ;)

They're both lovely, dear Bonnie!

That thread color in the bottom photo is exquisite! You are fortunate to have so many of Marilee's beautiful HDT's! That is one that I don't recall...or it didn't really stand out to me. Seeing it here tatted up really makes me want some! Beautiful work!

Tattycat said...

The glass mats are both beautiful. I would never have noticed!

yarnplayer said...

Such a tiny little error, I don't think anyone would have noticed it if you hadn't pointed it out. Both the mats are really pretty.

Tatskool said...

That was such a tiny error, my first one had an extra ring, 7 instead of 6 and no one even notices that!
They are beautiful.

TAT19540 said...

Mistakes only bother the one who creates the work(speaking from experience). Your mats are lovely and I would have never seen the mistake! I love the new color from Marilee!

ancolie said...

very nice ! i have done it tooo and i know how difficult it is ....
Thanks for your visit on my blog
plesase try to do cluny leaves, ti's not so difficicult, i am sure that you can do it !
have a nice day
ancolie from france

pharmd2009 said...

Wow that's stunning!!!

TattingChic said...

Hi Bonnie! I've got a little sump'n-sump'n for ya on my blog! You can come and get it if you'd like! :)

mica said...

They're both beautiful. And everyone is right - nobody would have noticed the mistake if you hadn't pointed it out! I've been meaning to do this pattern for a while now.

Fox said...

Hi Bonnie,
This is a pattern I have earmarked to do soon, but it has intimidated me. Now, I really want to do it!
I have some of Marilee's wonderful HDT, but not the one you have shown, which is sooo pretty! You did a great job.
Fox : )

TattingChic said...

Hi Bonnie! I just came back over to let you know you've been tagged... ha ha! :)

singtatter said...

Don't worry about mistakes, both look great!

Isdihara said...

Your Spinning Wheel Glass Mats are stunning! (and, like so many others, I would never have noticed the missing picot)

I'm a Janie-Come-Lately... Why is it called a glass mat and not a doily?

Is the pattern available somewhere online (or in a book) so I can try my hand at making one?

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That looks like a spam post to me!

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I do believe you are right, Tatskool, I'm going on moderate all comments. Thank you for letting me know.