31 March 2010

I did it AGAIN!!!!


Two things, actually!!!  I won the Palmetto logo competition for a second time AND lost the pieces I used - for the second time too!!!!!


Who did I hear say 'typical'?  Well, yes, you're right!!!

Thank goodness they didn't want them re-scanned as I'm honestly not sure where they are in the 'jumble' we call home!!!!  They did ask for them to be re-tatted in autumn (that's 'fall' in American!) colours which I've done and sent to them.  


They've got them up on the site already.  Here's a link to their page.  I'm honestly SO proud to have 'done it again'.
Now all I'm going to do is keep my fingers crossed that the person I've offered the pattern to to teach at tat days gets the 'job' of teaching it.  

19 comments:

  1. congratulations jane, they look wonderful what thread did you use?

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  2. They really are 'leafy'. I shall look forward to the pattern one day.

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  3. oops forgot... Congratulations lol

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  4. Congratulations, Jane! The leaves are beautiful. Some day I will make it to Palmetto. In the meantime, I will just enjoy all the offerings available via the Internet.

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  5. Congratulations Jane!! I think your leaf pattern is awesome. I especially like the look of the variegagted thread with the mix of beads you used. So many possibilities.

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  6. Congratulations! They're awesome.

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  7. Congratulations, Jane! those leaves are really wonderful.

    I also wish I could meet you at Palmetto this year, but maybe next year...

    How can you lose your work!!!???

    Fox : )

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  8. Congratulations Jane!
    I love these leaves in green and think the fall colors are gorgeous as well!
    :) Ann

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  9. WELL DONE, Jane! :D

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  10. Oh, wow, those leaves are wayyyyy cool! I like the way you've arranged them on the scanner, too! They look so natural. They look like they are falling.

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  11. They are really lovely Jane!!

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  12. Sorry, folks - been out most of the day. Geraldine they're done with HDT by Yarnplayer called Nectarine (I THINK!!!). I'm upstairs and the thread is downstairs!!! Will check later.
    Fox I wish I could go to Palmetto this year too. Need to save up for next year and think of some patterns to submit too!!!!

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  13. Absolutely gorgeous Jane! Well Done:-)

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  14. Can it be said that you NOW like HDT?!!!
    Congratulations well deserved.

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  15. Anonymous1:50 am

    Hi I have been meandering through the tatting sites (& lost a few hours) & am amazed @ the complexity of some of the pics. I am a super beginner tatter, not a blogger or a facebooker, but am in awe of what I see. Congratulations on then getting it on to the computer... too cool.Di from Brisbane

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  16. Wow
    These leaves really caught my eye right off.
    Beautiful, looking forward to tatting them this year in Georgia.
    Connie

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  17. Wow! Those leaves are very pretty!

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  18. Remember that song? "OOPS she did it again!"
    By George, she did. Good going mate!
    xxxxxP

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  19. Congratulations, Jane! Your leaves are super neat. It doesn't surprise me that you "did it again", and I mean your design were chosen. :-)

    Looks like maybe done in HDT, wondering if we'll be seeing you at our next HDT addict meeting.

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