3 October 2016

Talking about ducks!

Since I got back life has been somewhat manic. Personal 'stuff' that has had to be dealt with both while I was over the pond and even more so, since I got back. 

I just LOVE the expression 'getting your ducks in a row'. Mine are all now lining up with just one minor duckling that needs booting into place!!!

There was a group of people at Tat Days (think it was the Highland Rim Tatters) who kept giving me ducks!!! They certainly didn't know what I was dealing with at home so it was a very, very happy and amusing collection I came home with. 

Please would the designer stand up and make a comment about them? I love this little pattern as each duck has it's own expression. It maybe Denise's but anyway I REALLY love it.


17 comments:

  1. They seem to be in a hurry, those ducks! Wonderful pattern.

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  2. How many did you end up with? I saw them giving them to you even in class.

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    1. Five, Tim!!! Unless I find more as I'm still sorting things out. In the end I gave up and just stuffed everything in my tatting cupboard!!! Now I've got to get things out and have a proper tidy up!!!

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  3. I love seeing all your ducks in a row!

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  4. Five Little Ducks Went Out One Day......

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  5. There's a meme that's been doing the rounds recently that says "I don't have ducks, or a row. I have squirrels. At a rave."

    I think this sums up my (lack of) organisation quite accurately. :)

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  6. First I've seen these cute little dears, now isn't that ducky? :)

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  7. Whoever did them NEEDS to own up... We need a certain Tatty OG to SHARE the pattern on her site!!! (If possible that is...)

    Mind you, I also agree with Adrian... Think I've got sq... sq... squirrels too!!! Rofl

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  8. Denise Smith of the Highland Rim Tatters would be the 'guilty party', Jane! They are a delightful group of gracious folk.

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    1. I thought it was, Erin!! Thanks for confirmation. I hope she reads this blog post. They are a lovely, lovely group of people and I spent real quality time with them too.

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  9. I also saw the little ones and like to have the pattern I wait and see

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    1. I'm waiting too, Riet!!!!

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  10. Those are so cute!! :)

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  11. Can't seem to hit Reply; the rest of the Ducks? - Mother Duck's GPS Quack Quack Quack was off-kilter, lots of them have ended up right here at the top of our street where they are learning to cross the road and holding up traffic. Very cute.Their tatted friends will be most welcome.

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  12. Great little ducks

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  13. They are adorable. I hope we can get the pattern.

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