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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Land of Laces Heart Doily

 Hi,
At present I am doing a Fibromalgia course at the Mineral Hospital in Bath,  the first week we were set a goal for the week,  well I set myself tatting the middle of the Land of Laces Heart doily,  I am using Lizbeth Cranberry Bush No 20  I should have posted this last week,  link to post about the start of this doily.   Well with one thing and another and having a day out with family this got forgotten,  I did manage to do the middle in the week and have started the next round only I am trying to finish something else for the end of the month and time if flying faster than me.
I expect you remember my flowering foxglove well he's still flowering but he's looking a bit sorry for himself after a severe frost,  this was taken the day before the frost.   I can't believe this flower is still going,  the frost hit my hardy fuchsias and they were hit hard but no he survived.  link to the post about the foxglove.
Hope you are keeping well and until we meet again take care
                    Hugs
                Margaret

7 comments:

  1. Love the cranberry colour, hope the course goes well, what a sturdy foxglove in winter x

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  2. Your doily center looks amazing!!!! :)
    What a pretty flower!! :)

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  3. Stunning work and what a lovely foxglove Ginny x
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  4. I love the tatting so far Margaret, the flowers are an amazing sight for us at this time of year, I have roses on the archway, but I fear the worse for them, last time this happened I lost a whole bush, the frost must have shocked the life out of it....fingers crossed...x.x

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  5. I am so happy to see this beautiful doily and I think I have that variegated color too :) love that pattern I feel I have seen it somewhere before :) The pain course sounds nice and if only the little foxglove could take one :) it seem to be going through lot too :)

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  6. Beautiful Land of Laces, Margaret! MrG is rooting for the "fox"glove!

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