Bellissima! Your work is impeccable.
All that tatting and practicing is sure paying off! Wonderful, Fox!
Love the colour and the edging is sweet!
I would be speechless also! It's gorgeous! I have yet to tat an Iris Niebach pattern correctly the first time around.
Looks wonderful! And reminds me of a crown. :)
O wow! Much as I admire her designs, I have yet to tat an Iris Niebach pattern, period. *head hanging down in shame*
Beeyoooteeefull! I love it - nice work.
Beautiful!! So elegant. Thanks for recommending the book.
Woo-hoo! It looks great! ♫Oh, what a wonderful feeling!♫
Iris's designs are so extraordinary, and you have tatted this with perfection! l hope Iris is OK, as I don't believe I've seen any new posts on her blog for awhile. I hope she sees this, though!
very nice Fox, I find her patterns challenging, but also unique in that most if not all her doilys and motifs work in and out instead of round and round. I find that I do more un-tatting with her patterns, then I normally do.
That is beautiful. After seeing your edging, I'm adding that book to my wish list.
Very fine tatting, I must definitely try out this pattern.
It looks stunning - so elegant, and you've chosen the perfect thread for it.
I like the thread 'chocolat'your tat is great! fox
You cannot imagine, what a big pleasure it is always for me to see one of my patterns realized. You did a wonderful job, thank you so much.For those who think I'm disapeared, I'm busy working on the new book with the boxes and can't show the patterns.Iris
Well done it looks brilliant and what a lovely design, I have not done any of her designs, I think I must have a look for her book.Margaret
this is fantastic!!!BTW - I have tatted your Abigail motif - you can see on my blog :)X
It looks beautiful!! Awesome Job!!! :-)
This is wonderful! I love Iri Niebach's patterns.
Just beautiful. I have yet to tat something of hers as well, but her patterns are gorgeous!!
Fox, increible. Esta es un trabajo increible y el color hermoso. Felicidades
Oh yeah, another book to buy!Love the edging...and your rendition of it.