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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Tatting Lace with Cabbage


I finally finished the "all rings doily" and found that the winter crop looks so pretty that you might like to see this too.

The church across the street from me has a neighborhood garden and they have a final winter crop and have even harvested some of the beautiful cabbage and above is broccoli. 
It is 70 degrees Fahrenheit  here, and that is warm, but the average for October.

My camera was not quite catching the pretty green but this is so pretty and big had to show you!

Some pretty flowers that seem to actually look like same color.

This flower I can't remember the name was much more magenta here it just looks red, but still pretty.


If you live in neighborhood you can get a row (to grow what ever you like) for your family, and all they ask is that you give a certain percent to the needed people store down town. 
Have a wonderful week and great Sunday











22 comments:

  1. Great doily and beautiful vegetation!

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  2. Beautiful doily, and those beautiful colours makes it look even better.
    Well done.
    Your vegetables look good and what a great idea to let people have a row to grow any vegetable they want.

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    1. I love it, and I think is is a great idea too.๐ŸŒผ❤๐ŸŒผ

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  3. Your beautiful tatting looks like butterflies among the cabbages! I like the idea of letting people use the garden and give back some of their produce in return.

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    1. I also had not herd of this before and it is a beautiful place too.

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  4. I like the one in the flowers best, such a good colour match.
    Briony
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    1. I know its like i choose those colors from there, but i didn't ❤๐ŸŒผ❤

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  5. Lovely doily! I never would have thought of taking a picture with cabbage! Your pictures make a very interesting montage. I wonder why I tend to feel that tatting needs to be flat? It looks so pretty draped over something!

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    1. I agree,it does and I wanted to show off this lovely garden, yet keep the blog about tatting ha ha ha๐Ÿ˜„

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  6. Your "all rings doily" is beautiful! Colors are great.

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  7. Love the colors on all those rings.

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  8. Beautiful doily!!! :)
    Looks like a fabulous harvest in that garden!!

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  9. Beautiful! and it looks a very little doily near the plants! I love it!

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  10. Wonderful !! Love the butterfly round on the doily best. Great vegeTATion !!! We used to call them snake flowers (snakes frequented that plant, it seems) and the berries were said to be poisonous, though that didn't stop us kids from tasting a few occasionally ;-P

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    1. Very interesting didn't see any snakes there yet :)

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  11. A wonderful doily in the garden: wow!!!

    I love these pictures!
    let

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