Bookmarks are good things to have. Many, many are required -- unless you only have one book. They don't work very well for a Nook, but not everything is electronic. They work really well for marking places in tatting books.
The pair of bookmarks to the left are "Flower" by xstchntat. The first one was made with size 30 Cebelia thread that my sister dyed for me, and size 40 white Lizbeth. That was weird. I thought I had picked up a bobbin of size 20 white. I had to make more stitches in the chains than the pattern called for because of the difference in thread size. When I made the second one, in size 20 that too-many-chain-stitches carried over. These aren't quite according to pattern, but it is a really fun and simple pattern. I played with the tails and managed my first real tassels using the technique xstchntat showed in this video. Works great!
The bookmark on the right is made in size 20 Lizbeth. It is my own pattern and is supposed to represent a string of butterflies. The one at the bottom is also size 20 and is made from my pattern for a button shirt decoration. I figured as the button part would stick out of the book, it would be okay and not make a lump in the book. (click on images to enlarge)
CMY Spectrum - I used the "CMY" primary colors: cyan, magenta, and yellow. If you buy printer ink, you'll recognize these as the printer's primaries. Because I wanted t...
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