My Free Patterns

I am still sorting out the blog entries for my free patterns, so there willl still be patterns that are not accessible. My apologies.

Sunday, 9 May 2010

Foldover Bookmark

A simple bookmark free of over-hanging tails, tassel or ribbons.  Stays neatly in the book without getting lost in the pages.  Only a small speck is visible from the top of the book.

How the bookmark appears when placed in the book.

The pattern is available here.

12 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing this beautiful bookmark pattern, Jon!

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  2. thanks Jon. it's a very useful design.

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  3. Goody! Thank you so much, Jon! I love this pattern.
    Fox : )

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  4. What a lovely pattern--you are SOOO talented! I can read these things and tat quite a few different things now...but design is beyond me!
    Good for you!!

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  5. Simple and elegant. I love this. If only I knew how to tat! Happy creating...

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  6. Your works are so beautiful! :D Absolutely amazing! :P Greetings from Finland by the way ;)

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  7. Hi Jon,

    Thank you very much for your visit to my blog and a comment - its so encouraging to have feedback. I decided to come check your blog and all I can say is WOW! What a wealth of great info - I know I will truly enjoy learning. Looks like you've answered all sorts of questions I was going to have to seek to find. Your photos and instructions are wonderful!

    I am going to try the dragonfly right away today. Thank you so very much for sharing your patterns, I really really appreciate it.

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  8. Thank you so much for posting the bookmark pattern! It is lovely. You are very generous!!

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  9. LOVELY BOOKMARK, WITH YOUR PERMISSION , I WILL DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN. AS I WOULD LIKE TO TAT IT!!
    THANKS!!
    CLAU

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  10. Lovely work. Where do you get your variegated thread?

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  11. Hi Ann,
    Thank you for visiting. There aren't many choices of thread here and only a handful of needlecraft shops have thread suitable for tatting. Because of that, almost all of my thread are ordered online. The thread that I used for this bookmark is Lizbeth.

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  12. Thanks, Jon. I like giving simple tatted gifts. They are so appreciated. I borrowed a book from my sister and will return it with your tatted bookmark in it...thanks again :)

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