Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Hail To Renulek's Honey Napkin!

43 comments:

  1. Wow! Look at that! It is so pretty! Do you get to sit back and just admire it for a while? Or are you diving right into another "challenge"? :)

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  2. Congrats Foc!! The blue and red makes this really unique. What an accomplishment!

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  3. WOW! It looks absolutely stunning!! I know you have got to be glad to be done with it!

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  4. Congratulations, Fox! It's done! Love your pretty shuttles in the previous posts used for this doily. ;p

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  5. Die Decke ist sehr, sehr schön geworden. Sie ist eine echte Fleissarbeit.
    Liebe Grüße Cornelia

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  6. Hi Fox

    Wonderful, beautiful and gorgeous, well done a real heirloom for generations to come.
    Love to Gian
    Margaret

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  7. WOW it's beautiful,well done you must be very pleased with yourself. I love the colours.

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  8. It's GORGEOUS! You did an awesome job. Now it's time to celebrate and enjoy your work.

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  9. Nicely done. I can see why it take so long. It is very lovely. I had seen her posts and thought about doing one myself; however, I think I will wait when I have other projects done before I attempt one of this magnitude.

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  10. ...wow...this is amazing..congrats to you Fox...
    Happy tatting Gunhild

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  11. This is a piece of which it deserves to be said that it was Worth The Effort.
    How about the Spencer Centrepiece for an encore?

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    1. I just looked this up - it’s a beauty! Have you done it?
      Fox

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  12. Congratulations! That is a magnificent piece of tatting. :)

    So...does it go to the grandbaby or does it live at your house as a new table top?

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  13. Congratulations! What an achievement. Have you got a big enough table for it, or will you have to move again? :)

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  14. MAGNIFICENT!!!! What a fabulous accomplishment and a testment to incredible patience and perseverance! Are there any Fairs you can enter this in? It really should be seen by those who appreciate the needle arts! The colors look great!! It's so eye-appealing! Also, you should have a special book made up of your posts, chronicalling the highs and lows of this journey! P.S. What ladder did you use to photograph this?
    :)

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    1. Kathy, It was difficult to photograph! I had to stand directly above it and pull my feet away and hold the camera up very high!. If the weather were better I would have gone out to the balcony...
      Fox : )

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  15. Fabulous. I bet you are glad to have that beauty behind you now.
    What's next???

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  16. Congratulations Fox! The finished piece is absolutely beautiful and to an outside observer, it seems like it was well worth the effort.

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  17. splended, can we have a photo of it on the patio table pretty please :)

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  18. Can’t oblige right now, Frances - too much snow and rain! But I will photograph it later when the weather co-operates!
    Fox : ))

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  19. Thank you all for your wonderful comments! You have all made my day!
    Fox : ))

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  20. Congratulations Fox! This is a monumental work and a magnificent achievement. You are an example for all tatters! Bravo!

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  21. Thank you, Ancolie. *blushing*
    Fox : )

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  22. crazy colors but the effect is great!!!! well done! brawo FOX!

    hugs Renulek

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    1. Thank you Renulek!
      And thanks so much for the journey!
      ♥Fox : ))

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