Some of my patterns

19 May 2016

Oh dear

OR - not so 'oh dear'!!!!

I had an accident a few days ago. A stupid silly accident and one which could've been avoided IF BC3 had remembered from one minute to another.

Winter (which was a 'non event') here in England was mild but when we got to Spring it got darn cold so my winter coat was never quite 'not needed' until a week or so ago. So it was time for the coat to pay a visit to the washing machine.

First task - empty the pockets!!! How MANY handkerchiefs does one old git REALLY need when out and about? Till receipts, small purse with small change in and assorted other odds and ends all got removed. Great. Into the machine, washed and on the line in the garden soon after. 

BUT - guess who forgot to take off the bauble tatted brooch. Yes, you've guessed. BC3 and ME!!!

Didn't it wash up well and the baubles have kept their shape too. I wonder if part of the reason they've done so well is because I sprayed them with Scotchgard when I first made them?  That keeps them clean and I suppose that may have kept the water from soaking in too much too.  Don't you just LOVE tatting?



6 comments:

  1. And they are still beautiful!!!!!

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  2. Now that was a happy accident! I would tempt fate too often, though.

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  3. Be careful about the pin though - it might rust. I am struggling with baubles, I have a personal tutor online! ( Ginny) - but even her best efforts aren't working this time. Mouseless I shall remain, and sadly so.

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  4. Thank goodness they held up well!! :)

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  5. It doesn't look like you lost a single bead. I know you are relieved.

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  6. Ah the held up well :) remember when Fox dropped her tatted motif in her coffee, that was funny :) she could not find it for some reason this made me think about that.

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