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Thursday, June 28, 2018

Donation for Silent Action, Lace Making Tools in a Basket



Tatting Cornor Tat Days
The Money will go to local Spay and Neuter Program
I call it "Catch of the Day"

I repurposed long pine needles from a tree in neighborhood that met a sad ending when those pine beetles took him.
Luckily the sister tree is still around. 
made with tatting thread.

Remember those blue socks I knitted  and made many mistakes with?
Well they fit and looking gooood!
on my latest grandson

Have a wonderful Day

14 comments:

  1. I love your "Catch of the Day"! I will be bidding!

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    1. You have no idea how thrilled I am to have won "Catch of the Day!" Meeting you and winning these shuttles and basket were the most exciting part of the weekend!

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  2. Oh that's good, you are so kind😊

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  3. Olá amiga!
    Que graça ficou a cestinha.
    E seu neto, está lindo que encanto de criança.
    Que Deus abençoe sempre, sua família.
    beijos

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    1. Thank you for you kind comments and blessings, you are so sweet huggs😊

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  4. Fabulous basket and shuttles!!! :)
    What an adorable little one!! Those socks ought to help keep him warm!! :)

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    1. Thanks, I really like making ting baskets it fun.🌿

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  5. Love your catch of the day, fabulous with the basket.
    Those blue socks are perfect, your knitting is coming along but we have a heat wave at the moment and it's been too hot to do anything, as soon as it cools down in the evening I will be at it.

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    1. I know what you mean, those socks were done last winter at least it was cold out side. But his feet were getting a bit cold with aircondishioning so these did work😃

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  6. I love the catch of the day! Wow, pine needles, I didn't know you can make baskets out of those. I hope you raise a lot of money for the cause.
    The grandson looks adorable in the socks you made him! :)

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  7. Thanks, yes need to find a type of pine tree with long needle like at least 8 inches is nice but 5 in is okay in a pinch. You soak them like you would making a wood basket and use them moist I keep in ziplock bag with wet paper towel

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  8. Such pretties :-D
    I remember your earlier baskets - or was it Frivole? I'm all confused.
    For some reason your post shows up delayed in my feed - I almost missed this one, too.

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  9. Oh it was me I made some before I displayed one in or with the pine tree I think. I have that problem with some other blogs too.

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  10. Very nice the basket and that is for a right thing! I love the blue socks!
    have a great day
    sabrina

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