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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Tatting Lace for Breast Cancer Awareness

I really liked how this heart is made, and the overlapping part. I can see me making more to raise money for this cause. It was very hard to find.  This talented person donated pattern, a name I cannot read in my language.
 I took a picture of the pattern the numbers are here and with little study
you can figure it out.
In the US the month for this is in October.

I have this on a pdf but need some help placing on blog will try to add later tonight.
have fun  with tatting this week :)
The link to the PDF is below in Bernice's comments
She has the computer save to add this
Thanks You Tons


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    1. Yea, that's a cutaway to look at it💟

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  2. Olá amiga!
    Um gesto bonito de sua parte.
    E a prevenção é tudo né.
    Gostei do coração, muito bonito.
    beijos

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  3. You did a great job on it!! :)

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    1. Thanks I hopefully will make more I need to buy pink

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  4. That is clever, heart and ‘ribbon’ combined.

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    1. Yes, she really was creative,I was thinking how it reminded me of the standard symbol of the ribbon.

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  5. The pattern is lovely and I think people will easily recognise what it means. I think you could upload it to
    Google Drive or something similar, make it public and then share the link. I think I have seen other people do that.

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    1. Okay I have my husband home and will tell him this. If he can't do this tonight I will have it by weeks end.💙

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  6. What a great pattern, here is a link to her blog on that heart. You can download from there.

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    1. Oh your a wonderful person I just read this thanks Bernice hugs from Carollyn 💟😄💟

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  7. What an excellent, clever idea ! Love it. Thanks for the link, Bernice.

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    1. Yes, I agree she was very creative and I know we all love that!

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  8. I love this heart, We have different months over here for cancer although many cancers groups have their own day, March has a daffodil in aid of cancer. Theres November for postate cancer. There's what they call a run of life which you run in aid of whatever cancer group you like in memory of someone who died of cancer, usually in pink.
    Anyway back to your gorgeous heart, looks a simple pattern
    Well done on working it out.

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    1. Yes we do that too but different symbols for each cancer. I was afraid to post this cause of all the pink in all the squares hopefully they have time to change out colors before they go back to this task.

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