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Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Spinning wheel

Hi,

Finally a spinning wheel,  I really enjoyed this pattern by Mary Knoior,  I have had the book called the Pattern book of tatting since it was published but this is the first time I have made this pattern.  It seemed to take ages simply because I was doing other things at the same time.   I used Juicy Watermelon Lizbeth thread no 20.
I don't think I will be doing a Diane and making one a week for a while,  but I will make some more.
Hope you are keeping cool,  its a bit warm and heavy today.
                             Hugs
                         Margaret

12 comments:

  1. Nagyon szép minta, a kész darab is mutatós..Azt hinné az ember első látásra hogy nehéz...Én is egyszer már elkészítettem, nagyon élvezetes volt csipkézni...szép napot kedves Margarat...

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  2. Lovely! I think I've actually made one in Juicy Watermelon, just not this year! ;-)

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  3. It's a wonderful pattern and a good way to show off the pretty thread.

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  4. Hi Clever lady, this is so gorgeous Margaret, as I said on FB I just love it...xx

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  5. Beautiful work love the colour combo Ginny x
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  6. Lovely design and colours Margaret

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  7. Love the juicy watermelon thread. Your mat looks great! One of these days, I'll have to tat that.

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  8. beautiful design and colours Margaret!!
    Kevin xx

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  9. Love the watermelon color and your spinning wheel this is a great sell the color. I have that book too and long ago I tried to make it and could not, and gave up, I love the book it is great education too!

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  10. Looks great. Diane has been at these long enough that several of us have finally succumbed to tatting one up. Isn't it great the way one tatter can inspire the rest of us to pull out a pattern we've had on hand for ages?

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