Large lace tablecloth Maestro, or how to decorate your life.
Hello, everyone! I recently created a new tutorial for a chic lace tablecloth. You probably read about it in my posts from social networks. Yes, I had a painstaking and very exciting job! By the way, if you haven’t subscribed to my blog yet, do it now! Because this way you will always be aware of my updates. Believe me, I try to make my blog interesting and useful. And your comments, questions and feedback help me a lot in this, thank you!
So, the tablecloth is ready, the graphical diagrams are drawn, the instructions are written. What’s next, you ask? Oh yes, now the most important – I need to take a spectacular photo. To do this, I must “turn on” my fantasy and imagination. Write in the comments how you take photos of your products? Perhaps you have completed photography courses or have a long practice in the art of photography. Or you use the services of professional photographers. Or maybe your family or friends are helping you. Sometimes my husband helps me. In “especially difficult cases”! Oh, I was not born to be a fashion model, ha ha! But I really liked the result of our joint efforts. And do you like this photo?
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This chic tablecloth can be a great gift for a wedding or anniversary. But not only the holidays need beautiful decorations. Decorate your daily life! Let an amazing family heirloom be kept in the most conspicuous place in every home.
Tatting tutorial tablecloth Maestro
I am sure that many fans of tatting know about the Polish master Jan Stawasz. Yes, I admire his work, his skill. I also really appreciate his contribution to the revival of tatting. I created the tablecloth in memory of this talented craftsman. Therefore, I named the tablecloth Maestro. But I took a photo of him tatting as a base, adapted and modified for Cro-tatting. Cro-tatting combines needle tatting with crochet. Cro-tatting is most popular in Japan. And while many people find cro-tatting more difficult than tatting shuttle or tatting needle, try this amazing method. I’m sure you will like it. My video tutorials will help you master this unusual technique. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel to keep abreast of updates, welcome! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKBg6xUGZL8&list=UU3dn4_9pp7tIKA2k564wLBQ&index=43
So, I look forward to your comments and questions. Also I will be grateful to like and share!