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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Picturing Corona, by Ben Flickert


Just having fun with the camera :)

Trying to give an idea of the size of this doily.

And keeping everyone from getting bored watching this doily grow, I pinned this to my curtain, I have 4 more therebetween to go, and then a final chain to encase the entire doily.
Don't have to water my flowers or basal,

we have plenty of rain storms that pass by with buckets of rain.  The "Black Eyed Susan's love it".

25 comments:

  1. Wow! It sure looks amazing. You are speedy.

    I have 3 ‘B’ motifs to go; then I join them to the rest and then the last row...

    I’ve even got the next project lined up!!! : ))

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    1. Wow that is great! Has this project got some blues in it? :) I am not sure what I am doing next, I want a smaller project for a break, and I made same mistake Diane did on the huge JS doily so that needs fixing too. thanks for your inspiration I don't think I would have gotton this far with out you

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  2. Another beautiful big work! really like it!
    There is very hot here too!
    have a good day
    sabrina

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    1. Thanks Sabrina and nice to know your name I will try to remember it instead of modena :)

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  3. So beautiful. Putting it like that shows how airy it is. You're making good progress!

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    1. Thanks Jane I feel it is the lightest doily so far :)

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  4. Bardzo piękna jest ta serwetka. Wygląda zwiewnie jak motyl.

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    1. Oh I love your description :) Thank you

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  5. I am not bored I am in Orr of these beautiful mats, they are beautiful,
    Love your black eye Susan's
    Margaret

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  6. Thank you Margaret the flowers say "summer" to me

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  7. Hi, Carollyn! I'm so happy to be back amongst my blog friends again after the move. Your doily is absolutely gorgeous!! You never disappoint. Wow, that's a stunner! Your basil looks so healthy and pretty. I bet it tastes great too.

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    1. Thank Pammy Sue nice to here from you and love basil with tomatoes ,who doesn't ?

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  8. Hallo Carollyn! Das ist eine wunderschöne Arbeit!

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  9. Bom dia Carollyn que trabalho maravilhoso de paciência e dedicação ,parece uma renda de tão delicado ,amei.

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  10. Wow, that is huge! Nice pictures to show the size - it looks beautiful! Your basil looks fabulous as well ;)

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  11. Thanks Cindy I so love basil with tomatoes and fresh is great!

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  12. It's so pretty, wow great tatting and nice pictures! Me too, I love basil with tomatoes (and garlic)!

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    1. Oh yes I for got to say garlic. what was I thinking :)

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  13. Pretties :) I really like :).

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