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Thursday, June 9, 2016

Tatted Lace, Renulek's Round 10 Complete

Had to take a picture of the flowers too!

A little tip from me, is to straighten out the rings with a tiny tug firmly holding top and bottom of rings, and in a previous round 8 the ruffling was so bad that I wet and pinned it.

Round ten I ironed the tiny bit of ruffling, so I ironed this last round, but she said if you have ruffing problems, that round 11 will make all your worries go away :)

In case you didn't know click on  This Renulek's spring doily 2016 to see round 11,
Have fun tatting, and don't forget to take breaks outside (hoping you have wonderful weather like I do :)

24 comments:

  1. Yours looks absolutely glorious!

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  2. Looks wonderful! I think it's a good idea to block as you go, rather than waiting until the end. I've been doing that with some of the Teiko motifs.

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  3. Thankyou, Yes I agree, I think they were meant to be blocked.

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  4. Love your version of the doily. The hydrangea is beautiful, we call it "Ortensia" and it is rarely used as a woman's name too.

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    1. We have a nickname for this, called Snowball plant they come in many colors but the white one used to be the main plant color. It is so beautiful it needs a different name so women could be named after it :)

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  5. You doily is stunning and I love the color of it with the flowers!!!! :)

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    1. Thanks, I feel she is putting rows out faster now :) hard to keep up :)

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  6. Beautiful! Now I'm off to view row 11!

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    1. I know what you mean the rows just don't stop, fast huh!

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  7. Beautiful! Just gorgeous. I am still waiting for my thread to arrive! : (

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    1. Well you are so fast it gives the rest of us a chance :)

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  8. Piękna serweta. Gratuluję

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  9. Ooo, my heart just skipped a beat ! Picture perfect - doily on the flowers .
    Watching all these gorgeous doiies in colour, I am so tempted to add some colour to my doily, but I shall persevere with cream this time :-(

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    1. Oh I love the all one color doilies and make them too, just was having fun with color this time :)

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  10. Oh, yes, your doily looks fantastic with the hydrangea backdrop. Both are very pretty.

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    1. Yes, I love the flowers and the time of year and they needed some showing off too!

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  11. wow, your version looks truly gorgeous!

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