Sunday, June 19, 2011

Various Loose Oya Edgings


This oya was made with multicolor nylon thread, and white glass beads

This is my first shuttle oya, the name is "bes bir yerde" or 5 in one place, it is made with one shuttle only and consists of rings and spaces only- no chains! I'm still yet to perfect my tatting abilities though lol, made with light blue nylon thread.

This oya is made with a hairpin or Firkete, this type of oya is named Yelpaze or "fan", it is made with
blue and black nylon thread.  Its not as hard as it looks, but its a bit draining lol.  The fans can be separated and dont need to be made on a chain as above, and can be just attatched to a "stalk" of crocheted oya on a scarf (which I will provide an example of in the future)

This is crochet oya with beads (Tig Ile Boncuklu Oya) and is made with brown beads, and white nylon thread.

This oya is made on a chain, the green bit is completed first and then the petals are completed, this also has intervals of glass beads.  Made with dark green nylon thread, and light pink nylon thread. (Incomplete)


Lauren Leggatt June 19, 2011 at 6:14 AM

thanks for the tip, i've actually been crocheting for 3 years! so i DEFINITELY know how to crochet! but this is a very pretty post!

ninit November 10, 2011 at 7:25 PM

hi. i really like oya since i saw them in istanbul in 2010. now i want to make it by myself. could you please share the pattern with me?


AnatolianCollections November 10, 2011 at 7:36 PM

Which one were you talking about in regards to a pattern ninit?

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