1 April 2013

Skunking around

So another day and another pattern.   Yesterday I totally forgot it was Easter and couldn't fathom why, when I wanted to shop, the darn shops were closed.  Hang on - I don't celebrate Easter along with a lot of people so why can't I shop?!?!?!?!  No worries - the cat didn't starve in the end and neither did we!!!!  I found one shop open which sold milk so we could continue drinking tea and we found food in the store cupboard!!!!

Here is the pattern for the skunk that I did for Tat Days last year.  

Actually this wasn't particularly done for Tat Days.  It was done for a lady who wrote and asked me if I could make a skunk for her daughter!!   I can't remember who it was who asked and I seem to have lost touch with her.  I'd thought of a skunk before but they've got such a bad reputation I didn't think ANYBODY would want a tatted one.  So IF you do want one then you've now got one.  May the smell be with you!!!!


Maureen said...

The 7-Eleven round the corner was a lifesaver on Good Friday! ( convenience store).
Your skunk doesn't seem to be very smelly at all, he's sweet.

Michelle said...

Happy International Tatting Day, Jane! Thanks for all your wonderful contributions to Tat-Land!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

Happy International Tatting Day! I have a fear of skunks... too many show up in the country, and they really do stink! Maybe a tatted one wouldn't be so bad, though.

Ladytats said...

Happy Tatting Day, Jane! for skunks, that one is cute. Thanks for all the doodles and techniques and other patterns you so generously provide for all of us.

Eliz Davis aka Tatknot said...

Thanks, Jane. A menagerie of tatted animals seems an idea way to introduce children to the value of tatting. Most of them have no problem with stinky animals, especially if the replica itself is okay. LOL

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