I am a bit a late posting on the Endrucks project work I have done over the last two months. Firstly as some of you know I hit my head, I’m getting over concussion hopefully it’s going but I am still suffering with giddy spells, which it not good, I stopped driving for a few weeks as the pain from the hit was really painful made worse when our roads are so tough with potholes, although Vernon tries hard not to hit the really deep ones. I still feel where I hit occasionally, but I feel I am on the mend. I never thought concussion could last so long.
Secondary I had trouble with blogger, I had a scammer that got into my laptop pretending to get my money back, no he was trying to get my money, it was a few days after I hit my head and I was not thinking straight, lesson learned think twice and twice again, I think he messed about with blogger because he could not find any mobile banking, I don’t do mobile banking I don’t trust it. The bank and PayPal were brilliant, they spotted the scam, and he got nothing, perhaps because I had been in the bank that morning so they knew I was not away.
Anyway if you did not get a comment on your blog now you know why, hopefully it’s back to normal and all sorted.
Now for the reason I am posting today, the picture above is the October game for the Endrucks project, using the Iris pendant by Ninetta Caruso, it’s a diamond motif used as a pendant, we had to make two, well you know me I made a set so there was three, the pendant is as the pattern but I added three strings, two to the sides and one in the middle, Taking a long piece of thread off the shuttle, threading three beads onto the thread making sure they are in the middle then tatting a long string, making sure the side pieces were the same length, and the same with the middle string with matching beads and tatting a long length. The earrings match the pendant this time I placed the beads at the bottom ring and made a ring at the top to hold the fastenings. I used peacock blue Lizbeth thread no 20.
This is the November game which Muskaan did from an adaptation of the pattern called Antiks snowflake, I was very slow on this snowflake but I did finish in time, this pattern was a little advanced with split chains, Something I am a little rusty on, but I got there in the end. I used Lizbeth thread in white no 20.
I hope you have lovely weekend, it’s very cold here, frosty and we may get snow later,