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Thursday, August 11, 2016

Ninetta's Beads and Tatting on Last Round of Doily

Ninetta and I traded little items long ago... and in the fun treasures was glass beads.  Purpose was unsure till now.

Viewed beads like this were on Pinterest, and I am a Pin-chick, but not due till end of month!
Little fun Purchase below. 
  I am excited to start using the netting needles, for I have many fish to catch in nets:)
                                      
                                                                                                    This little fishy is a hair clip  


                                      
Only 11 more scallops to make pictured on this mini seedless watermelons to they have these where you live?

23 comments:

  1. Ooh, I like the fish! I have eaten seedless watermelons ( I rather miss those seeds) but not mini ones. How big are they?

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  2. I LOVE those fish! Our watermelons are just beginning to ripen. However, they are not seedless and they are not mini. Dave said it looks like they'll all ripen about the same time... 21 of them! Yikes!

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    1. That is funny you could have your own watermelon festival :)

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  3. Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous! Love the fish!

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  4. Stunning gorgeous fish, they are sooooo beautiful,
    Your doily is looking gorgeous can't wait to see it finished

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    1. Thankyou I hopefully will have this done this weekend

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  5. Oh, that is very pretty! I remember very well the glass beads, I've bought them in Murano (Venezia). Perfect in your fish! You've almost finished the doily, great! I've seen those little watermelons here but we say the biggest in the market stal is the most delicious!

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    1. They say you got to pick them when it has not rained for a few days so the get really sweet. Glad you remember those bead and nice to know the history:)

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  6. Great little fish!!! :)
    Your doily is so beautiful!!! :)

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    1. Thanks, my granddaughter will get yhis one :)

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  7. Love that blingy fish! So pretty. The doily looks fabulous.

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  8. Your little beaded fish is wonderful! Love the lips. Pretty hairclip but hood to dress up a shirt too.

    We do have mini seedless watermelons here, grown mainly in Thailand and Malaysia.

    Can't wait to see your finished doily.

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    1. I wonder about the foods we eat and if they are available everywhere. Thanks for the compliment too :)

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  9. Hey, you've got a Nin-fish-etta in your hair ;-P
    Glad the fish took the bait, errrrr, bead :-D
    We get these small watermelons here for a short span ; called 'mateesa' from Baghpat - a place in northern India. And while these are in the market, that's what we prefer - mostly for the taste.
    Love the innovative ways you come up with to take pics :-)

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    1. Very funny fish story ha ha and glad to here from all over the world about watermelons all this information is notable :)

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  10. Very very beautiful your fish Carollyn! I love fishes and the green color too!
    have a good weekend
    sabrina

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    1. Thankyou for the compliment and visit:)

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  11. Omg I'm in love with your fish xx

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    1. I love this little guy to and this beading is fun

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    2. I love this little guy to and this beading is fun

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