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Monday, January 14, 2008

Rhubarb Crisp Doily Rounds 1 thru 3



Some of you thought you had figured out what I was doing. Were you right? In any case, I hope you like it. I am so excited about it and trying to decide exactly what to do next. I have some interesting ideas.

Stay tuned for further tatting developments. This next round should go much faster. It's mostly little rings and long chains.

Back to my tatting!

8 comments:

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

Wow, this is very interesting. What a great way to make your HDT stretch. Can't wait for the next installment.

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

This is so pretty! What comes next?

Karl and/or Madeline said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely what else can I say. Madeline

Clyde said...

Hi Laura, I love what you did with the last row. Just an idea but maybe you could switch places in the next row where you use the rhubarb thread and the regular thread compared to the last row as that would stretch it out and balance it.

Tattycat said...

Cool. I'm so glad you all like it. Clyde, you must be reading my mind. No fair! That's exactly what I am planning to do! I thought it was a pretty novel idea and I like the way it worked. I think it will be even better when I offset the next row.

Jeff Hamilton said...

That's looking awesome Laura! I love how you are using the HDT with the solid thread. You know, you and Clyde are going to get myself and others hooked on HDT. Keep us posted on your progress.

JeffH

yarnplayer said...

Whoa, very, very impressive! Keep going! With all your snowflakes, etc., you are coming up with an amazing "one woman show" worthy of any museum.

Tattycat said...

Thank you Jeff and Marilee. I am having fun with color placement on this doily. I hope Clyde and I do get everyone hooked on the HDT! It is wonderful and you will never want to go back. Thanks for the "one woman show" comment Marilee. You flatter me!