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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Renuleks Snow Frywolitkowa Napkin 2012/13

Hi,

This is my UFP  unfinished project,  actually Vernon calls it my work in progress,   well its been a long time in progress,  I finally got it out of the bag about two weeks ago and thought perhaps I should make the effort and finish it,   well after a press and only another row to do here it is,  it was badly creased but with a wash when its finished and a good blocking it will look a lot better.
I started this mat in October 2012,  and last night I started the last round,  its going to take a while its a big round.  At the moment it measures 18 inches across.
Its tatted in Lizbeth thread  Sea Island Citrus no 20.    
This is my only unfinished work and before I start my next project I think I better finish this,
I will post a picture when its finished and I can finally say hooray.  I got so bored  and fed up with it,  that I just put it in a bag and left it,   its been nice to come back to it afresh.
                                        Hugs
                                     Margaret  

17 comments:

  1. Good for you! I look forward to seeing the finished doily!

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  2. How beautiful and glad you started last round, I love the little motifs that go all the way around. I love this in a doily 💟💟💟

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  3. Better late than never. This reminds me of my UFO. It was a Ben Fikkert's Corona pattern tat-along. I have yet to finish it.
    I admire your determination to finish this before you start the next tatting project. I remember how much I like this coloured thread from Lizbeth. It is a pretty, pretty pattern.

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  4. it will be beautiful when finished
    Tilly

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  5. What a Labour of love Margaret, and how beautiful, a real treasure....xxx

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  6. So pretty, it would be a shame to leave it unfinished!

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  7. It looks beautiful! You can do it!

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  8. Jó hogy mutattod... ez nekem is meg van, és nem fejeztem be... Jó ideje vár, ráadásul nem volt hozzá elég gyakorlatom, így abba maradt... Nekem is elő kéne venni...
    nagyon szép lett, és szép a színe is...

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  10. That's great, beautiful tatting!

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  11. Its very pretty Margaret!!! Looking forward to the finished doily.

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  12. We should start calling such UFOs/WIPs projects "aging wine"!
    Glad you are going to complete this beautiful doily. Also reminds me that I still haven't posted mine on the blog - how long can I let it age ;-P

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  13. This is beautiful Margaret, so pretty and intricate - you must be very patient.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  14. It looks wonderful!!! :) Can't wait to see it when it's finished!!! :)

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  15. It is spectacular. Do you ever count how many stitches?

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