No sleep, but a lovely Jan Stawasz pattern produced,
the same as the last one in green.
#40 Milford from Val Thank you Val! It is so pretty. : ) #30/100 MC
It reminds me of my china mug, which I love a lot.
I just read something over at InTatters that shocked me. There was a discussion about joining to picots and I realize I have been doing it wrongly for quite a long time. I do not know when I switched, but I know I started off on the right foot and then... well, you know!
Apparently, I have been doing a down join on the front side and an up join on the back side! Why would I have done that switcheroo?
I can only surmise that I did this once because of the colour bump showing and then continued all the time. I am relieved that I do not have to do that down join on the front side any more as it is a real bother.
I am still shaking my head about this. This is what happens when you tat in a vacuum!
So as not to be in such an empty tatting space, I am joining the T.I. A. S. for the second time. It is such fun. Thanks Jane. : )
You know what else you do to avoid the tatting void?
You go back and complete the last round of beige... I have only about 9 repeats on Row #14 and then I will be back to the row before the big snip. Row #15. Back on track. Happily : ))