Ric Rac creations…

I just couldn't wait to show you what I've been playing with today…

One Day In May ric rac rose3 
These little ric rac roses are such fun to make.

One Day In May ric rac rose1

Until next time,

Melissa  x

 

10 Responses

  1. Oh you are so clever! I love them!!

  2. Joy

    They look fabulous :o)!!!!
    Hugs,
    Joy :o)

  3. The roses are soooo cute. How did you make them??

  4. Hi May… theyre not actually hard at all. Just winding the ric rac around in an ever bigger spiral, twisting the ric rac as you go and securing with stitches underneath. There will be photographic instructions in the pattern that Im currently working on. It will be called A Thankful Heart : )

  5. gorgeous – are they cottage garden hand dyed ric racs?

  6. You guessed it Helen! Just love using Cottage Garden Threads and Ric Rac… yum!

  7. Cute and clever!!

  8. Julie C

    The roses are absolutely gorgeous – what a clever idea making roses out of ric rac – brilliant

    Thanks for sharing

  9. Karen

    Hi Melissa, What a fantastic idea – your roses look absolutely gorgeous! I love using ric rac to embelish my projects, your design adds a whole new dimension to that thought. Where do you get the varigated ric rac from though, I’ve never seen that before? I am really enjoying my waterlily dreaming needle keep pattern too, thanks so much for that!!

  10. Hi Karen,

    The ric rac is from the range created by Cottage Garden Threads.

    http://cottagegardenthreads.typepad.com/ There is a stockist list on their blog.

    I know that the full range is available from The Patchwork Teahouse. http://www.thepatchworkteahouse.com/index.php?page=1act=viewCatcatId=11 .

    To order from The Teahouse, select your colours from the Cottage Garden Threads site before giving The Teahouse a call.

    I hope this helps. I would love to see your finished needle keep : )

    Melissa x