16 September 2011

The very last butterfly

The page is up and ready to go - here's the link.  If you do ever get round to making it I'd love to see it.
Thank you to my valiant team of test tatters - without you I'd have given up the re-writing ages ago!!!  I've altered the text yet again to make it simpler, I hope!!!

Having always been a 'bright colours' person I'm trying to show here that I can do 'other' shades too!!!  The variegated pink is a Lizbeth one which I bought for pigs!!  The brown is an ancient Coats.  As you probably know there is a new Lizbeth thread out in these colours - all on the same ball, though.  I can't wait to try it.


Well, upwards and onwards to the next project.  Should I return to the bell?  Probably!!!

11 comments:

  1. strawberry chocolate cream butterfly, yum... ahh, jane, i'll never be too sure it's the last one. LOL

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  2. Lovely colors! By the way, congratulations on 'Pink Cocoa' - I can't wait to buy a ball of it! Have you picked out your colors yet?

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  3. Beautiful, brown and pink go so well together.
    Margaret

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  4. Maureen12:24 pm

    These are the colours of ÿour "very own" ball of Lizbeth!! Delicious!

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  5. Jane, I love the colors on this butterfly! The new Lizbeth color Pink Cocoa is your color? I have always wanted a variegated color like that. I will be getting a ball of that for sure.

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  6. Oh, Sharren, you know what I'm like - I'll dither and dather for ages over what colours to choose. I've kept this under wraps for months and am thrilled that it's now happening. The thread is exactly what I'd hoped for and MORE.
    Carol, yes, it's the Pink Cocoa thread. I love those colours together as you can see by the butterfly!!!!

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  7. Hmmm - those colors look remarkably like something I've seen before. Could it be Pink Cocoa? I wonder who named that?

    Loved flutterfly.

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  8. I love this butterfly and cant wait to tat it!!

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  9. This butterfly has such a graceful and true-to-life shape! It is a beauty. You should tat it using Pink Cocoa and then compare. Both will be lovely (I predict.)

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  10. Oh, I can't wait to try this one!!

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  11. Beautiful butterfly and I just love the color combination...looks good enough to eat!! (wouldn't though...)

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