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Monday, April 24, 2017

how to block tatting

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  1. Du bist einfach so klasse so wunderschön. Traumhaft schön. Ich bewundere dich so sehr .
    Liebe Grüsse Marlies

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    1. Oh thank you, your comments are uplifting 😄💟😄

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  2. Du bist einfach so klasse so wunderschön. Traumhaft schön. Ich bewundere dich so sehr .
    Liebe Grüsse Marlies

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  3. Thank you for sharing and I do the same but on the ironing table :) I'm very happy that I understood you talking, you're so nice and calm.

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    1. Thanks Ninetta, I don't like the sound of my own voice and this got placed on this blog by trail with computer so I just left it :) But I agree it is fun to hear a fellow tatter even if just a moments!

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  4. Carollyn, that's how I do it too, mop up the excess water. I usually put the pins in the rings or a chain, rarely a picot, and when I am doing snowflakes I do use a polar grid underneath. I check the picots and straighten any twisters. That is a lovely doily.

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    1. I have too Polar grids and misplaced them, so I just did it this way too a bit to pin it out though

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