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Dragons for Chinese New Year´s, celebrations and good luck charms

Chinese Dragon (English) - Anne Bruvold star[offsite link]
Another dargon by Anne Bruvold - English version

Chinese Dragon - Anne Bruvold star[offsite link]
Anne Bruvold allowed her Chinese dragon to actually capture the elusive precious pearl which in Chinese folklore is the symbol of wisdom.

Dragon Photo only star[offsite link]
Suzann posted a photo of the dragon she made from Pam Palmer´s "Dragon" book. This book is out of print but well worth searching the secondary market for a copy. Photo for inspiration only.

Flying Minor Norwegian Dragons - AB star[offsite link]
Anne Bruvold´s has a gift for describing her tatted dragons. "On Minor Norwegian Dragons There are several different kinds of Minor Norwegian Dragons and they are not completely described yet. Some are single coloured and some are spotted. The spotted kinds might be symmetric or asymmetric. Some keep their colour all the time, some change colour through the year."

Kelly the Celtic Dragon´s story star[offsite link]
Click on Sherry Townsend´s click to read the story of Kelly the Celtic Dragon. No pattern, just inspiration.

Mini-dragon Anne Bruvold star[offsite link]
Meet Ringtrim, a micro dragon. He exists for you to practice your tatting rings, as his name is Norwegian for exercising rings.

Seahorse Dragon - Arnold & Bruvold star[offsite link]
A big thanks to Debbie Arnold for allowing this adaptation of her seahorse! I did some small changes to the body and added wings. Anne Bruvold The name of the dragon is due to the resemblance to a seahorse. It lives in tropic climate and its flying pattern is similar to that of the hummingbird.

Tattysaurus Jane Eborall star[offsite link]
When tatted with #20 thread, Jane says: "The tattysaurus (measuring approx. 16” nose to tail) is made up of sections of tatting worked between very narrow metal (Indian) bracelets each measuring 2 ¾”. The two body sections are straight and the three neck sections are wedge shaped and worked at angles to each other."

Wannabe Dragon - Jane Eborall star[offsite link]
This is a dragonfly who dreams of growing up to be a dragon!

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