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We now jump forward to Part 3 of Tatted Flurries by Sharon Briggs. Crystle is a snowflake that can be made in the singular, or as two joined flakes. This time, tension was not an issue (good thing – I was on the verge of despair), but the piece did not look very promising until it had been immersed in a solution of Epsom salts and shaped over a 90 degree edge.
As a matter of fact, all the road kill flakes perked up considerably when subjected to the Epsom salt bath; and they are currently adorning the Christmas tree, which I shall show you tomorrow…
Wishing you all a very happy holiday weekend!