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Monday, October 19, 2015

Finished "Queen Ann's Lace"


Ah, pinning out tatting is so stress relieving 
If  you interested in pattern click on the "here" button on previous post.

Good Bye Summer :)

 measures 7 and 1/2 inches or 19 cm  notice the littlest
Russian nesting doll in the center :)

Omega thread, natural white, size 50 I love this so much I may make it again someday 

I love this underside picture, on a doily Made by my blog friend Pammy Sue
 click on her name for her blog. 

22 comments:

  1. Die Decke ist wunderschön und zart!
    Lieben Gruß von Cornelia

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  2. I love the delicacy of this model , it is really amazing

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  3. Beautiful! What a tiny doll in the center!! I'd try it but I've too much already started, but I could start that too :-)) perfectly tatted, great work!

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    1. I know you are very busy and I love your patterns and inventions too!

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  4. Really lovely, so delicate and pretty, well done.

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  5. So delicate and fabulous a real gem of a pattern, well done looks a very interesting pattern
    Margaret

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    1. Thank You! It went fast too and I have one more pattern like this one that Georgia Seitz gave me too it is also just Rings!

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  6. Wonderful work Carollyn, very special!
    have a good day
    sabrina

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  7. Exquisite !!!
    Love the different ways you photographed, too.
    Another idea - Place the tatted doily over the green stems (after snipping off the white florets) in place of the actual florets. I'm sure we wouldn't be able to tell the difference between real & tatted :-)

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  8. That is a great idea I will have to wait till next spring now for this plant is gone. :)

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous! I have the pattern now... thanks for the link!

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