17 March 2014

Finally it's all done and dusted!!!


Finally finished and placed in the position on the radiator shelf it was made for. Well, for now!!! 

I wonder how long I'll like it for and when it'll be relegated to 'the box' of tatting!!!! I find it pleasing at the moment but I know me and I know that won't last!!! 

The edging turned out in the end to be similar to the last round of the Fandango coaster but with SR's instead of the chains and it worked well. Here's a close up of it first.






22 comments:

Jenn said...

Wow! Gorgeous table runner :).

Maureen said...

It matches the front-door mat! - now I see why you chose those colours - it's lovely.

Frivole said...

That looks very pretty and colourful on your radiator shelf.

Jane Eborall said...

Wow, Maureen, you're right!! Totally accidental, I assure you!!!!

Jane McLellan said...

Splendid! Love the way the edging echoes the squares.

Sally Kerson said...

Looks fantastic Jane, but there is one thing that I find hard to believe and that is apart from the lovely runner there is nothing else on this shelf. I am sure last time I stayed with you there was a load of stuff on the shelf!!!

God's Kid said...

It's so wonderful!!! I love all the colors together!! :)

Muffy Eburg said...

Very pretty.

Jane Eborall said...

Well spotted, Sally and I'm sure it won't last!!!! The 'stuff' is now on the cupboard next to the radiator shelf at the moment but I'm sure it'll soon migrate!!!! This house is SOOO full of 'stuff' it's hard to move around as you know!!!

Nancy Dugas-Gilmore said...

Awesome! Love the way your mind works!

muskaan said...

Gorgeous ! The entire colourful runner has come together so well with a subtle & simple edging ! Love it all :-)

Miranda said...

That is spectacular! How could you ever get tired of such a thing?

When I saw the word dusted without reading the whole title, my first thought was, "Has Jane been doing housework?" Then I thought, "Nah, couldn't be!" and read the rest of it. Although you clearly did dust and vacuum the hall to take the photos, which is probably more than I would have done.

Marty said...

Fandangotastic! The edging is perfection and the colors are so cheerful -- makes me wish I had a radiator!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

Very nice! I wish we had radiator heat... I think!

Kathy Niklewicz said...

Perfect edging! And a delightful, cheerful runner to greet all who enter! I love that you have 'stuff', too! I can't let a flat surface sit empty, and I usually have tatting everywhere, too!

Anonymous said...

It's perfect for the shelf! Love the colors, love the way it fits....it's gorgeous!
StephanieW

West Pine Creations said...

WOW, that's fabulous!!

Ariel Miller said...

Beautiful. This will be an heirloom for sure

Michelle said...

Cheerful and beautiful and just perfect for the spot! (I know you made it for the spot but it fits to a TEEE.

GraceT said...

That looks lovely! Reminds me of the panels of fancy tiles that you sometimes see in the old houses in Singapore.

Bernice said...

Jane,
Like Miranda I thought you were telling me about your housework and I thought "who has time for that". Love your rad mat.
Best,
BerniceB

Pigmini said...

Ok Miss.... when it's 'relegated' to a box and finds its way through the post to my house... it'll fit on my mantlepiece very well!!! VBG

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