|I am happy with this and nearing the final round with size 80 thread it is very large and like holding a spiders web!|
|found this when I was cleaning up, it was the center of doily, I never use these colors but wonder, if any of you, use markers for tatting color choices?|
|Well this was taken today on the four of July it is rainy, and from inside house took these pictures!|
|I may need to take a brake and make Jane's humming bird motif go to left side of her blog and check out free patterns!|
Thank you Jane for all the wonderful patterns given through the years!
Oh...your doily is so beautiful!!! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
Your doily looks just as much fun as playing with markers :-)ReplyDelete
Yes, I use markers ... not to start something, but more to compare & decide on placement of colours for the next round. Did that for the Spring Doily last year & again for the Mystery Doily this year.
In fact just y'day, I bought myself a 50-marker pack from Faber-Castle ;-P
Your humming bird pics are Great ! What a lovely passtime - watching them feed, hum around, ....
Glad to hear that :) it is fun to help imagination (the markers)ReplyDelete
I do love those little birds and they are a summertime treat with no calories :)
Wow, the doily is looking amazing! Very special to be able to watch the hummingbirds.ReplyDelete
Thanks and I do enjoy those tiny birdsDelete
This doily is just wonderful ! <3 <3 <3ReplyDelete
Your doily is looking amazing, waiting to see how it looks when you finish it.ReplyDelete
I know I am wondering my self!ReplyDelete
Carolyn, this is spectacular! Love the colours.ReplyDelete
No, I don't use markers- I just look at what I've got and plan from there. Same with purchasing more. I look at the samples and look at my stash and decide. Unless it is for something very specific.