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19 June 2020

Number two!

I wasn't quite sure which was the best way to tackle the three doilies as I didn't want to be starting all over again once I'd done just one in it's entirety!!!

So being the sort of person I am I decided to do all three centres first.  

Here's the centre of the second one.  This was a lot easier as this pattern has been replicated a thousand times by many, many people.

Time to tackle middle number three!!!


6 comments:

Jane McLellan said...

Would make a pretty bookmark as it is.

Jane Eborall said...

That's true, Jane and this part of the pattern has been done many times before the nun and since!!!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

Yes, it would make a lovely bookmark! The yellow is so fresh and pretty!

God's Kid said...

Pretty! :)

Elesa said...

I have been trying to decide on a simple edging to go on a piece of linen - this might be it! It looks very similar to a cross bookmark I have made about a million times!

Jane Eborall said...

Yes Elesa it’s what I’d call a generic pattern which I think every tatter has ‘designed’ over the years. Who knows it might’ve been the nun who did it in the first place but it’s probably even older than that.

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