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Friday, 22 October 2010

Holiday Tatting

Hi,
Winter is now fast approaching, and we had our first frosts this week, although today has been a bit milder.
Tomorrow I am in Cheese and Grain in Frome with my craft table, this will have my first Christmas items on including Christmas cards, which I will bring you on my next blog, as well as some commissioned cards.
Today I am bring you pictures of the tatting I did on holiday.The large cross is from a book which I brought in the 1970's by Mary Koniors. A very easy pattern which I enjoyed doing.
These are some tatted stars, these patterns came from Burda's Anna magazine, they used to publish in English and I have every copy from around 1972/3 until a few years ago when they stopped publishing the English copy. It is a German magazine which is still published in German, the patterns are worked from graphs and not written. The cleaner we had at the Apartments used to have a look at my tatting most days and I gave her one of my stars as a present.
I am still waiting for my scan at the Royal United Hospital in Bath. This scan is going to take quite a while as they are going to give me an injection of radio active dye and they will scan as it goes into the liver, bile ducts and then into the gall bladder. I am not looking forward to it but if they are to prove the theory of my pain I will go through anything to get rid of the pain.
I hope you enjoyed reading my blog and I look forward to seeing you again in blog land soon
In the meantime I hope you are keeping well, until the next time you pass by take care.
Hugs
Margaret.

4 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret,Hope all goes well for you at your scan, it's gone on long enough.....as for your latest creations they are gorgeous, you are clever, have a good day.xxx

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  2. wow margaret.these are truly beautiful,i love the stars.they are so intricate.i hope all goes well with your scan.

    xx coops xx

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  3. Hope that all goes well for you at the Hospital! Love the cross and stars! Lovely work.

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  4. I hope your scan goes well, these little stars are beautiful, well done
    Tilly x

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