17 January 2013

Now what's this mess, I ask you!!!


Today it's Thursday (commonly known as gin and tonic day in this house!). I allow myself one on a Thursday but why that day I've no idea. I do have another sometimes over the weekend but Thursday is traditional!! OK, I'm rambling. Just meant to tell you that tomorrow I will put day 3 of the TIAS on the internet. We've already got over a hundred who have done day 1 and sent theirs in although that's not compulsory it's wonderful to see so many taking part. Thank you.

Go on, I DARE you to guess what this mess is. No, this isn't the TIAS but something else.

The TIAS is going SO well but you'll have to forgive me if I seem to take time getting to upload pictures and comments. There are many, many more people taking part this year, I think and I'm having such fun doing it. We should beat the goats which ended up being over 100.

11 comments:

  1. An edging of some sort?

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  2. It looks like a rubber chicken!

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  3. It's a beautiful edging in lovely soft colors. Right?

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  4. Hmmm... looks like a dragon tangled in a net!

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  5. Jacqui Southworth12:45 pm

    I recognise that edging, having done five different versions of it for my square-necked t-shirts last summer - it's the'Oh so simple edging' - I guess you are recycling it.

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  6. No, Maureen, it's NOT!!!
    Jane and Michelle it's definitely an edging.
    Diane - WRONG too!!
    Ah, you've caught me out, Jacqui!!! I keep wanting to do another edging (design one, I mean) but I always go back to this one as it's easy and sews onto whatever!!! Would love to see your t-shirts sometime.

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  7. ahh, i'm too late making a guess there! happy gin n tonic day!

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  8. I think it might be a flowering tree, Perhaps not.......
    I was hoping to get my grand daughter into the TIAS but with everything going on and with too funerals next week (Wednesday and Thursday ). And the weather closing in we are not going back home and staying near Oxford until after Thursday at least.
    Margaret

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  9. Just hope by now that you have had your G & T ?!!!

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  10. Margaret - sorry to hear your news.
    Sally - I was 'forced' to have two G & T's this evening. How sad is that?!?!!?

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  11. Tee hee. 100 goats is quite a herd! Or, hmmm, is it a herd of herds? What is a mass of goats? Frivolous, I guess, if they are tatted.

    Do you take lime slices in your gin & tonics? I have found I like the lime the best.

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