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Saturday, 19 March 2016

My Goal for three months cont.......

Hi,

As you can see another row on the Land of laces doily,   I put it on a different background the colours have come out better,   this round has two rows to the pattern this is the first part,  I have not blocked it as I am now well on the way the second part,  
The thread is Cranberry bush rings with light leaf green chains no 20 lizbeth thread,   It looks like I might be able to start the row of hearts before I go back to the Mineral hospital,  which will be great as my goal will have accomplished.
Have a nice weekend  its the start of the F1 season,  I am looking forward to seeing how well Button does this year,  for those who don't know he is our local boy.
                                           Hugs
                                       Margaret

11 comments:

  1. Looking good !!
    Always a great feeling when goals are achieved :-)

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  2. I love that Cranberry Bush! It really looks nice tatted up in that doily.

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  3. Looks very pretty and I love the colours you've chosen.

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  4. Go Jenson Button! ( I looked it up!)

    Beautiful piece! I love the colours you are using.

    I'm still waiting for thread so I can begin the hearts row... Till I saw yours I had lost complete interest in it! : )

    MrG is full of beans. He loves spring, I think!

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  5. Your choice of colors is pretty, I like it.

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  6. Hi Margaret, I look forward to seeing your work it appears so intricate and delicate, it's beautiful

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  7. there are some beautiful colours in this Margaret, not knowing anything about tatting... it looks good to me!
    Tilly

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  8. Your doily is so beautiful!!! :)

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  9. This is so pretty in those colours, Margaret! What patience you have creating something so large and intricate.

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