Vanilla and chocolate, tatting doily
This doily created for connoisseurs of rare and sophisticated items. Beige lace foam on chocolate slices. I tried to reproduce this picture. The unusual thread color and luxurious pattern form the perfect combination. Do you agree?
This is a luxurious gift for housewarming or Easter. By the way, the 13th wedding anniversary is traditionally considered a lace wedding. Therefore, it is the lace item that will be the perfect gift for the wife on special day.
You can place doily in the frame and make the decor of the wall. So, I’m sure, this beautiful lacy doily would make an elegant centerpiece for your family table.
Size 38CM (15 in) around.
I made this doily using tatting technique. Tatting (Frivolite) – a French name special type of lace woven by hand using a small shuttle or a special needle. Automating the process of weaving lace tatting does not exist, therefore it’s only handmade individual work of the master. So, buying lace tatting, you have a 100% guarantee handmade work.
Materials and tools
To create doily, I used: mercerized cotton white thread size 10 brown and beige colors; shuttle tatting; scissors; and patience-patience-patience. I also put my love in every knot!
Ready to ship! I sending all items as “STANDARD SHIPPING” AVIA with tracking number. So you can follow the journey of your ordered items and keep track of the delivery.
I will pack your tatting doily “Vanilla and chocolate” in handmade eco-friendly cardboard box with my lace logo. Taxes, packaging, shipping are included in cost. Usually delivery times vary from 2 to 4 weeks, depending on the country of destination. But please note, during pre-holiday periods, delivery times may increase.
More tatting items you can see here: https://fairylace.kozinenko.com/product-category/tatting-and-embroidery/
l invite you to watch the process of creating lace tatting on my YouTube, as well: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3dn4_9pp7tIKA2k564wLBQ/videos?view_as=subscriber
Also, feel free to message me if you have any questions. Thanks!