#19 Motif Challenge
Yes, this is me, stepping away from the tallies - at least, tearing myself reluctantly away. So obsessive. I just want to try it "one more time"! However, I did randomly pick a book and flipped to the first pattern I was drawn to and this is what happened. You can always count on Konior I say. Mary Konior's patterns make tatters look good!
Finished up the dangle - for her bureau; or wall or window - for The Boss, whose bedroom is all pink and yellow. I will present her with this surprise later today. She is still at an age where all presents get a gleeful, "Ohhhh," and that is great by me!
#20 Motif Challenge
This is very exciting. I saw somewhere that someone had a book of her blog, printed by Blog2Print that gives you a bunch of options on how to preserve your blog, as a record.
I was so intrigued and had to do it and I am delighted with the result, so I am passing on the link. No, I was not paid to say this! This is not inexpensive, but it is a great way to have hard copy of your work. I can flip through and find something much faster than I can by surfing around my blog online.
Now: Roll Tatting, This is as far as I have come.
There are YARDS of ruined thread to attest to it!
News on the mail-front: Thread from Singapore and from Russia! Thank you UMI & TSURU and Lenhen! Lovelies to add to my growing stash from T.T.E.. Plus, BONUS! My Mr Dreamy Gran gets more interesting stamps. Look at that Russian one - he will be most intrigued!
I have collected these for him and will send them off in the mail soon.