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Monday 1 March 2021

Happy St David’s Day


To all my Welsh followers Happy St David’s Day,

I tatted this daffodil a few years ago from the pattern by Jennifer Williams,  the inspiration for the daffodil design came from her garden.
I used Lizbeth thread no 20 Pineapple Parfait.
When I made this daffodil I only had a green button,  apologies for showing this daffodil again,  I forgot about st David’s day perhaps because we are still in lockdown. I hope that one day I can go shopping and the shops will be open,   They said on the news this morning that 12,000 pubs and restaurants have closed and will not be reopening.  I wonder what shops will be left to open when we finally get rid of this virus.

Stay sat and well.

Have a lovely day




  1. Such a pretty daffodil - I'm going to put it on my to-tat list 😍
    This pandemic has taken it's toll in so many ways!

  2. A beautiful daffodil for St David, pretty shades of yellow

  3. This is so beautiful and delicate. Hugs Anesha

  4. Beautiful delicate work Margaret, Kate x

  5. Beautiful as ever Margaret. Xx

  6. How pretty, Margaret! I admire anyone who has that much dexterity and skill in their abilities. The soft yellow is especially sweet and enhances your delicate tatting. Hugs, de

  7. This is pretty Margaret, you must have so much patience.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob


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