Maebh ponders the 34 names to be entered in
a random number generator tomorrow morning...
This came out all right and was a lot of fun to tat. I think I will make a lot more! I would like to put a tail on the next ones, but am baffled as to how everybody twists those things. Opposite directions each colour, right? Is there a trick to it? It is a simple, not tatted, twisted tail I am talking about. Surely, it cannot be brain surgery! Anybody?
There are lots of patterns in Jon's book and I am eager to try more of them. Thanks, Jon!
Remember I was rattling on about new bsiness cards to promote tatting and - well, let's be honest - my blog?
I have been handing them out left right and centre at work, and decided to put one up in the shop with an example of tatting attached.
This is what I put on the mirror that is right by the entrance to the shop. My boss thought it was a fine idea! (The pile of little flower do-dads is there to obfuscate my personal data. They are NOT part of the card!)
Now I am worried that the motif will disappear. There it sat, languishing in a box in my cupboard, and then it finally had a great purpose and a true reason to BE. Now, here I am fretting that it will be stolen! (Oh no! Not the motif done in Tatskool's gorgeous 'Rainbow Bright' HDT!)
I can't win.
I can't win.
Ah, the challenges of displaying one's artful endeavours!
See you all tomorrow!
wishes you all