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24 July 2020

Rounds 6 and 7

I hope you're not getting 'blog bored' with the Irene doily.  
There is one blog that I try to read from time to time and each time I try I get so bogged down in the sheer amount of waffle on there that I never ever get to the end of it.  I don't want mine to be like that - or to become too repetitive either.

Anyway - here are rounds six and seven.  Very straightforward too.  

The reason for the little pin at the top was because I finished round 7 late in the evening but worked out where to start round 8.  I put a pin there for BC3's sake when next I pick this up!!!!


God's Kid said...

Looks great!! :)
Great idea reminding yourself where to start again. I find it easier to get going on the next row if I do that! ;)

Jane McLellan said...

It’s an interesting pattern where some of the rounds are left hanging and are completed on the following round. Looking good.

Anonymous said...

Great idea to mark the starting place so you know where to pick up the next day. I tend to start the next row before I put it down....and sometimes end up staying up WAY too late when I tat 'just one more ring' or 'just one more pattern repeat' before finally putting it down. You are definitely tempting me with these Dutch delights!

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