Some of my patterns

2 May 2016

Pink round 4 finished


All finished on this one now!! 

You're not going to believe this but I've started another one. I need something to do when I go to my craft gatherings (twice a week now) and something that doesn't need a lot of concentration as we talk more than we craft!!!! It's great, though, as we share ideas and expertise especially the knitters and crocheters.

10 comments:

  1. Another round would make it square, wouldn't it? Someone at Qld Tatters was looking for a square pattern the other day. I have never yet managed to achieve anything at a Tat'n'Çhat meeting and spend most of my time unpicking.

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    1. No, it wouldn't BUT the answer is to make the centre square by using this version of the Fandango series http://www.janeeborall.freeservers.com/motiffandango.pdf The first round after this would then be worked as corners and then the rest would be 'history'!!!! I can only take things to a meeting that I have trained the brain to remember!!!!

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  2. I don't think many of us could chat and tat this pattern, but I understand it's your pattern and you've memorised it!

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  3. I totally understand your obsession. Once you have a pattern memorized, it's so easy to use as a carry-along!

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  4. It's amazing how the dark brown(?) 'bits' really add to the visual appeal of this mat. These threads all blend beautifully! Is your Pink Cocoa one of them?

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    1. I think it is, Kathy - I must check!!! I know I have got some in size 40!!!

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  5. Wow!! Can't wait to see the next color choices!!! :)

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  6. Pretty. Love the colors.

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  7. Golly, wouldn't a tiny splash of that darkest brown color be nice as a finishing touch? *ducks*

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