Frivolitetskors / Tatted crosses

Frivolitetskors, eller bokmärken som det egentligen är, tycker jag är mycket vackra. Man kan nog säga att jag snöat in på dem, de är så himla roliga att göra.

Tatted crosses, or bookmarks as they rightfully are, is in my opinion very beautiful. I guess you could say they have become an obsession of mine, because they are so much fun to tat.

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Det här korset var det första jag försökte mig på, och jag har gjort åtskilliga under åren. Mönstret är ur Gun Blomqvist och Elwy Perssons bok “Frivoliteter”. Här i två varianter.

This cross was the first design I ever attempted to tat, and I have made severals during the years. The pattern is from the book “Tatting patterns and design” by Gun Blomqvist and Elwy Persson. Here in two variants.

 

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Dessa båda kors är båda designade av Mary Konior, ur hennes bok “Tatting by Visual Patterns”, diagram 54 och 55. Om du tycker det är svårt att läsa frivolitetsbeskrivningar (och det gör jag!) kan jag verkligen rekommendera den här boken. Det känns som en befrielse att visuellt kunna följa med i hur mönstret fungerar och hur resultatet ska bli.

Both of these crosses are designed by Mary Konior and from her book “Tatting by Visual Patterns”, diagram 54 and 55. If you think it is difficult to follow written tatting patterns (and I do!) , I can really recommend this book. It is a relief to be able to see how the patterns works and what the end result is going to be.

 

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Det här är också kors av Mary Koniors design, båda är några av de vackraste jag sett. Den första finns i hennes bok “Tatting Patterns” och den andra är en anpassning av Marys bokmärke “Black Magic” som Vickie Reynolds har gjort. Mönstret hittar du här

These are also crosses designed by Mary Konior, both I think is some of the most beautiful once I have ever seen. The first one is from her book “Tatting Patterns” and the second is an adaptation of Marys bookmark pattern “Black Magic” made by Vickie Reynolds. The pattern can be found here.

 
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Danska Lene Bjørn har gett ut boken “Orkerede kors som bogmærker” som innehåller beskrivningar på 12 kors. Två av dessa har jag gjort. Det första korset här är hennes design “Maria” och det andra kallas “Camilla”.

Lene Bjørn from Denmark has published the book “Tatted bookmarks – Cross shaped” containing patterns for 12 crosses, of which I tatted two.
The first cross here is her design “Maria” and the second the design called “Camilla”.

 
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Båda dessa kors är ur boken “Tatting for the beginners” av Lou Stafford Shipp.

Both of these crosses are from the book “Tatting for the beginners” by Lou Stafford Shipp.

 Tatted Cross No 14
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Mönster till det här korset har Rebecca Diamond gjort. Det heter “Colossians Cross”, och hon delar generöst med sig av mönstret som du hittar på hennes hemsida, Tatmon.

The pattern for this cross is designed by Rebecca Diamond. It is called “Colossians Cross” and she is generous enough to share it on her website, Tatmon.


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Detta kors gjort av Rachael Mohler, “Small cross Variation”. Mönstret var gratis för medlemmar i InTatters, det som numera heter Craftree.

This cross if designed by Rachael Mohler, “Small cross Variation”. The pattern was free for members of InTatters, which is now called Craftree.


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Ruth Perry har gett ut flera mönsterböcker under namnet Rozella Linden, se hennes hemsida här och blog här. Dessa båda kors är hennes, det första heter “Blue Cross & Purple Flowers” och det andra “Celtic Cross 2009”. Mönstret till det senare hittar du här.

Ruth Perry has published several pattern books under the alias Rozella Linden, see her website here and blog here. Both of these crosses are her design, the first one is called “Blue Cross & Purple Flowers” and the second “Celtic Cross 2009”. You can find the pattern for the latter here.

  
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Dessa båda kors är  designade av Julie Patterson. Det första heter “Hearts and Flower Cross” och mönstret till det hittar du här. Det finns även med i hennes bok “Knots and Crosses”. Det andra heter “Diamonds & Pearls” och är ur hennes bok “More Crosses Than You Can Bear”.

Both of these crosses are designed by Julie Patterson. The first one is called “Hearts and Flower Cross Bookmark” and you can find the pattern here. It is also included in her book “Knots and Crosses”. The second one is called “Diamonds & Pearls” and is from her book “More Crosses Than You Can Bear”.

  
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Jane Eborall har en väldigt läsvärd blog “Tatting and not a lot else” och hon har även en sida där massor av mönster och tips finns samlade: “Tatting Patterns by Jane Eborall“. Mönstret till korsen nedan, Sally’s Cross, och varianter av dessa hittar du här. Korset blir oliksidigt, och nästan tredimensionellt.

Jane Eborall has a very interesting blog “Tatting and not a lot else” and she also have a website with many patterns, tips and tricks: “Tatting Patterns by Jane Eborall“. The pattern for the crosses below, Sally’s Cross, and variants of them you can find here. The cross is different on each side, and almost three dimensional.

 
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Ett kors av traditionell design av Lyn Morton, ur hennes bok “Tatting Patterns”. Lyn driver en web shop som säljer garn och tillbehör till frivoliteter, Tatting and Design, och hon har gett ut flera mönsterböcker.

A cross of traditional design by Lyn Morton, from her book “Tatting Patterns”. Lyn has a web shop and sell tatting thread and asscessories, Tatting and Design, and she has published several pattern books. 


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2 Responses to Frivolitetskors / Tatted crosses

  1. Sherry Ashberger [Tatikan on InTatters] says:

    I was organizing my cross pictures, looking for designers and names, ran across your site, and was thrilled to see them all so carefully credited, as well as how clearly you have photographed your lovely tatting! I’ve turned to tatting after 40+ years away from it because of disabilities and am really enjoying the tatting cyber-world!! Thank you again 🙂

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