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Thursday, 13 November 2014

Knitted Coffee Mat and Chocolate Doughnuts


Hi,

Finished at last,  I have been knitting this for a few months, its a coats pattern number 1179 it measures 20 inches round and knitted in merchandised cotton.



This is my latest cakes Chocolate Doughnuts the pattern is from
20 to make Knitted cakes,   I saw a chocolate doughnut in a bakers and thought I could do that.
I sewed the seed beads on in different colours.

Hope you like my latest creations and you have a nice day


                                    Hugs
                                  Margaret

8 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret, wow, you have been busy, these are so gorgeous, those doughnuts look good enough to eat and the beautiful pattern on the mat is perfect, but no way would I let anyone sit a coffee cup on it, in case of spills...lol...

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  2. Oh Margaret! Love your knitting it is beautiful, you are a woman of many talents! I have seen doilies like that but did not know they were knitted ones, and love the doughnuts with sprinkles, they are the best and very low in calories too:)

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  3. Beautiful doily. Didn't know knitting could look so dainty. The doughnuts look good enough to eat, especially with sprinkles.

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  4. what a delicate pattern on your pretty mat, the doughnuts look almost real with the sprinkles, well done, you have been busy
    Tilly

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  5. Wow, I love your knitted doily Margaret. One day I'm going to knit something like that, I've often admired such patterns. Doughnuts for dieters methinks!

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  6. Your mat is really beautiful Margaret, and I love the doughnuts
    Kevin xx

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  7. Both of these are unique creations! The gorgeous doily demands a high skill of knitting with fine thread, and the donuts are simply delightful, but also require ingenuity to design, and patience in sewing in all those beads! Clever idea!

    I assume this means that your hands have mended, which is good news!

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