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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Annie Orr's Baby Cap or Bonnet

Another round finished and only 3 more to go. Unlike doilies is that they get so big and the rounds stay same size pretty much.
Notice the lawn is getting green and it is 72 degrees out yea!




Did finish this round, and wasn't till I viewed this picture I see that I need to add a little chain in the center, ooops!
Little more progress on Ben's doily, I marked where not to connect the rings.
the dark purple and the yellow are only colors variegated.

29 comments:

  1. Pretty colours on the last doily. Wish it would start to warm up over here!!

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    1. Thank you, It was a bit colder and more snow that we normally have for winter, these last couple days is warmer than normal, so the weather is weird this year, but I like warm better than cold :)

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  2. Such a precious baby bonnet!!! :)
    Love your doilies!!!! :)

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  3. I just love that baby bonnet. So delicate. Great progress on your other doilies, too. Spring has also sprung in Texas! Three ice/snow storms the last two weeks of Feb. and then suddenly Spring in March.

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    1. Those storms moved to us after you got dumped on we did not get hit as hard but enough to call of school for 2 weeks. It is nice to recall warmth again.

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  4. That bonnet will be a wonderful gift! I couldn't find where a chain is missing!! Lovely thread for both doilies.

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    1. It is in the very middle right after the rings, all the chains make a "V" shape except one. :)

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  5. Beautiful tatting & display :-))

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  6. Such beautiful tatting. Your work is all beautiful.

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  7. Wow, you have so many large projects going at once! Love the way the Renulek doily is coming along. You know I have become a fan of the small threads :)

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    1. Yes I have too it seems to tat up faster and looks very lacy!

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  8. Oh wat schitterend zeg! Heel mooi fijn kantwerk, ik ben een beetje jaloers dat je dit zo mooi kunt, ik moet nog flink oefenen denk ik.
    Maar ik geniet van je mooie kant!
    liefs
    Marianne.

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    1. Thanks Marianne once you feel comfortable with tatting then try the smaller threads and you will be surprised how well it works out!

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  9. Love the baby's bonnet, your renuleks mat is looking lovely and Bens doily is also another gorgeous piece.
    Can you send some of your warm weather over the pond we are still a bit cold over here
    Margaret

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    1. Well I will try, but the weatherman said we have a burst of cold weather coming tomorrow then back up to 70 at beginning of the coming week!

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  10. Oh thank you! I have made several and enjoy each one!

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  11. Jealous! Look at all your marvelous progress! Beautiful work.

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  12. Thanks I hope I don't burn out on all this, sometimes I am an overdo, can you tell? :)

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  13. Very beautiful work the white one! I know how much time you worked!
    regards
    sabrina

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  14. Wow! Ben's doily looks amazing! You sure tat fast!

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