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Saturday, June 07, 2008

Ray of Hope through row 7


I am more in love with this doily with every swish of the shuttle! I hope you can see the different colors in the rows of chains. There are two rows of the lightest, two rows of the middle, one row of light rose/red, and one row of the darkest rose/red. Humm, what now?

I think I am going to have to name my color version of this doily, with Clyde's permission of course, "Candy Land."

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Pamela said...

Good name it's like centrifugally spun sugar. Lovely to see all the different shades. Ain't HDT lovely!

Bonnie said...

I can see why you are "more in love" with it! It really is beautiful.

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

I do like the color graduation!

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Oh, so pretty! I'm really in a mood for doilies these days. I'm really looking forward to Clyde's book!

TattingChic said...

It definately gets more intriguing the more you tat it. Very nice work, Laura.

Clyde said...

It is coming along beautifully. Please feel free to call it Candy Land or anything else you choose.

Tattycat said...

Thanks Pamela. I like that name better. Spun Sugar! Cool.
Thanks Bonnie, I can hardly put it down. Clyde and Marilee did a good job.
Sherry, the color graduation if nice I think too. I had to take the pattern and a picture and plan it out. Hope I've got it right!
Thanks Diane. I look forward to that book too.
Thanks TattingChic. I'm having fun with it.
Great big thanks to you Clyde for trusting me with your lovely design. I think the name might be Spun Sugar like Pamela suggested!