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Light, almost weightless earrings and delicate choker handmade. This stylish and fashionable jewelry.
Delicate and elegant tatting for bridesmaids at the wedding!
Exquisite decorations for a girl at a party cocktail.
I made earrings and necklace of cotton thread yellow with beads.

Tatting is a technique for handcrafting a particularly durable lace constructed by a series of knots and loops. Tatting dates to the early 19th century. It's a rare workmanship these days.
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, so it's only handmade individual work of the master. Buying lace tatting, you have a 100% guarantee handmade work.
I made earrings and necklace out of thin pale blue cotton thread .

Around Necklace modify - maximum 39 cm (15 in) , width - 5 cm (2 in).
Earrings - 6,5 x 3cm(2,5 x 1,2 in).

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Handmade Jewelry set yellow - gift for Her - Needlecraft - gift for wife - vintage style - OOAK - handmade lace - party cocktail


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  • Handmade item
  • Holiday: Mother's Day
  • Occasion: Birthday
  • Materials: mercerized cotton thread yellow, beads, tatting shuttle
  • Ships worldwide from Ukraine
  • Feedback: 90 reviews
  • Favorited by: 252 people