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Monday, September 19, 2016

"Lady Olive Green"

I did choose some wild colors cleaning off shuttles, and it seems to make it more unusual than ever.

With all said I would try this again, and think greens and yellow may be better.

It defiantly is not the normal doily, and is very different
I must still say I am challenged :)
Have a great week
every one!

33 comments:

  1. That is just beautiful, I love the colours.
    Briony
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    1. Oh thanks, I like them but I feel it not my normal choice so I worry about it.

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  2. I love this colors, the mix of squares and clunys !

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    1. I am thrilled about the pattern but feel if I did all clunies same color they would have looked like flowers and might have looked better.

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  3. Such an interesting mix of tatting techniques, I would find those long chains a challenge and of course more practice with block tatting and clunies.

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    1. Yes, to all of it I really never liked blocking and got lots of practice with this.

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  4. Olá amiga!
    Para mim este trabalhinho já está um encanto.
    É um trabalho tão delicado,que qualquer cor que você usar,já ficara maravilhoso.
    Amei!!!!!!!
    beijos

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    1. You are very sweet and thank you for complement:) hugs from Carollyn

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    1. Thanks I wondered how you felt about it :)

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  6. wow I love it! The unusual look, the colours, great work!

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  7. I like so much this work Carollyn, and I think the green and yellow together are so good look! I love the challenge!
    have a nice day
    sabrina

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  8. Very pretty and challenging, your tatting is great, love it. This book is becoming more and more interesting...

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    1. Thank you, it is a different perspective with tatting

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  9. Wow, I like that, it is different, and worth getting through the challenge, well done!

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  10. This is so unusual, and I love the colours you've chosen. Much too difficult for me with the clunies, so I'll just admire yours.

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  11. Wow, both doilies are stunning! I like those fun color combinations and the design is really interesting and different. Looks very challenging!

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    1. Yes it is a bit challenging. And only good when you feel up to it :)

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  12. This is great at so many levels !!!! Your earthy shades go so well together . Great job :-)

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    1. Thanks, I know what you mean it seems to say tatting has endless options :)

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  13. This doily looks wonderfully festive, but quite challenging. Very nice!

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  14. Thanks Elizabeth you do have to feel like a challenge for this.

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  15. Lovely doily, definately a challenging pattern.
    Sorry this comment is late I was on holiday.

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  16. I know you been foot loose and fancy free :)

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