18 February 2010

The final dove

The dove is finally finished.  Thanks to Sally test tatting it for me I can now pronounce it 'done and dusted'.

Next question - when will it be available.

The answer is sooooooon.   The hats are being tested at the moment although I'm pretty sure they're fine.

All I have to do now is to get the web page tidied up and ready to go!!!

12 comments:

  1. Really love the bird you do such lovely work. I hope that one day my tatting will get better!!!!

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  2. Hi Jane, the Dove looks fantastic. I really like how you have the beads on the tail and wings!! Have a great Day!

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  3. Awwww....look at that worm in it's mouth!

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  4. Worm??? I thought it was a leaf! LOL!

    Lovely white dove, Jane, whatever she is carrying!
    Fox : ))

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  5. Oh, Gina, DO get your eyes tested!!!!
    Thanks folks - I hope to get it 'internet ready' over the weekend. Fox, have you heard the story about Noah? It's supposed to be an olive branch!!!!

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  6. It is a lovely pattern to tat in one go too!(except of course the olive branch).
    Now why can't doves come in other colours?!!!!!

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  7. That dove is so good-looking. Once again you've made another wonderful animal tatting piece. ^_^

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  8. I repeat again: This dove is gorgeous! Brain Cell #3 is on overdrive!!!

    You are SO generous to share your work with the tatting community. On another blog site today, I saw your incredible kangaroo. (It was a site where you were interviewed and gave permission.) Just brilliant!

    Are there any animals you haven't tatted yet?!!

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  9. Ah Ha! You had gone silent so I knew you were up to something! I do love the dove (I'm a poet).
    xxP

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  10. I Noah'd that! LOL

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  11. Very nice!!!!

    Es el único elogio que se decir en inglés, sin ayuda del traductor,jejeje


    It is the only compliment that say in English, without the help of a translator, hehehe

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