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5 November 2020

30 Fandango’s

.Chilling out with the shuttles and time to add a few more Fandango squares to the ‘whatever it is’.  

I really ought to make up my mind about what I’m making here.  The idea of a sleeveless top appeals to me.  Something like a jacket?  I’m not sure.  All I do know is that it’s making a very small dent in the very fine sewing threads that Sue gave me ages ago!!!!  

If anybody has any suggestions for the project I’d be very grateful.  At the moment it measures 9” by 7”.


9 comments:

Pigmini said...

Not a very big jacket then ... It'll barely cover the essentials!! Way to go Miss! Lol

Maybe stitched to the outside of a bag?

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

If you've only made a very small dent, maybe you should go for a king-sized throw! ;-)

Jane Eborall said...

Oh, Diane, you’re full of ‘good ideas’!!!! I don’t think I could stand doing any throw although some decisions need to be made over it’s future soon!!!

Jane Eborall said...

Pigmini - your idea of sewing onto a bag sounds good to me. It wouldn’t stand up to much wear and tear though. Well, I don’t think so!!! Too many ‘holes’ in tatting to cover the bare essentials anyway!!!

God's Kid said...

I love how your projects grow more and more beautiful!!! :)

erin said...

If you're feeling ambitious, you could make a shrug, or if not perhaps a lampshade or chandelier. It's very festive!

Jane Eborall said...

Thanks, God’s Kid. I will continue!!!
A lampshade is a good idea, Erin. Thanks for the suggestion.

Anonymous said...

I don't have any ideas, but it's gorgeous. Whatever you decide to make of it, I know it will be beautiful.
StephanieW

Tim Kaylor said...

Picnic table cloth.
Make it BIG.

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