23 July 2014

Windmill

Now for the story behind this windmill.  It's one of the patterns I submitted to Tat Days for their consideration. It wasn't accepted which is fine as I can give it to y'all (practicing for my trip with the local dialect) now. 

This little windmill is quite an easy tat and worked in just two parts. This reminds me of Dutch Delftware done in blue!!!! There you are, Riet. A pattern for you right there in The Netherlands.

Oh, I guess I'd better give you the link, eh? Well, here it is!!!!

10 comments:

  1. Hi Jane, The Windmill is nice but the link is missing. I would like to thank you for all your patterns that you so kindly share as they allow us to share Tatting with more people because we can Tat something that is special to them with all the wonderful patterns that you share.

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  2. Love the blue. Think I will tat one up for my brother who was there last month on business. He did not see this type of windmill. He did see a lot of wind turbines instead!

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  3. That's strange, cepage1ca as it works in my browsers! The mysteries of the internet!!!

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  4. OOOOh pretty and cool at the same time!!

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  5. Love it in the blue too! I have a Christmas ornament of a blue delft windmill for my tree. I will have to make one of these in the blue to go with the ceramic ornament. Thanks for the pattern Jane!!

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  6. Soooo pretty! Thank you.

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  7. I just automatically checked Jane's awesome pattern site and tada the beautiful windmill is right there....

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  8. Good idea to design a windmill wasn't it?!!!
    Pity it was not accepted, it would have been if Tat Days were in the Netherlands!

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  9. Wonderful in blue!!!! :)

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  10. Love it! I have several friends who would love this as a Christmas ornament... lots of Dutch families around here!

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