7 July 2010

Having got THAT far



Well having got the six done I did complete that round of the 'goodness knows what this is' piece.  

In a very, very rash moment and, after receiving the last package from Sue Anna, I decided that perhaps this little experiment to show off HDT could go on a bit longer.  The original plan was to make a wearable piece like a tunic or something.  Who am I KIDDING!!!!  My eyes have always been bigger than my stomach - as the saying goes!!!!!!

After this round I'm calling it quits - my mind has wandered off onto other things which really, really need doing.  Like?  Well, you wait and see!!!

12 comments:

  1. Love it and the black really sets off the variegated colours! So what will you do with it?

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  2. This is a magical piece of tatting!
    Fox : )

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  3. This is gorgeous. So eye catching. Well done!

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  4. I think you are about to make a tablecloth, it looks great and I love the thread may I ask where you got it from. Margaret

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  5. That is so awesome Jane! And it looks like it would make an awesome table covering(even a small table since it's hard to tell just how large it is), but I was also thinking about the pictures of shows you have shown that you have attended and that would be a great display for that too-I think. I love how it looks! :)

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  6. Now it has gotten truly dazzling. With all the colors and the way the negative spaces seem to rotate, it's like a kaleidoscope.

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  7. Ah, I must have been reading your mind! It is a beautiful piece. Jane, when do you sleep? Or do you tat in your sleep? ;D I always enjoying seeing your projects and can hardly wait for the next one. Do we get a hint?

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  8. Ummm, you can just slip that in an envelop and send it to me. It'll look good on my dining room table. *goes to wait by the mailbox*

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  9. This turned out so well! What are the finished dimensions? It could be big enough for a round accent table topper. Wouldn't it look lovely sandwiched between a drapey tablecloth and a glass table topper (those round plexi-glass things that protect your table tops from condensation rings and spills)?

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  10. At first it looks like a kalidoscope design then I leaned back in my chair and 'POP' there was a Daisy design in the negitive spaces! Way cool Jane!

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  11. I love the pattern and the colors.
    Reminds me of a Starfish get together.
    What a great party they are having.

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