Saturday, 26 March 2011

Another arrival!!

84.  Next in is from JB who's plane had problems landing!!!  Here is what she says:-
"My airplane has finally reached its destination. It was completed the same day Jane posted day 10. However, due to undue turbulence with the camera and time, the plane had to circle in an extended holding pattern until now. Jane, thank you for providing us with so much fun. I enjoy the TIAS' so much."

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Another arrival

83.  Here is a new aeroplane from IsDihara and she has this to say:-

"Golly, I can't believe I finished this darling airplane, saved the photo in my TIAS 2011 folder and didn't send it off to you straight away! Well here it is. Sorry, no fancy background image. Better to get it sent before another distraction crops up.
I cannot properly put into words how much fun I had with this year's TIAS. Thank you for expending the time (months!) and effort (huge!) to design this plane. It has accompanied me to two tatting demos so far and received astonished gasps from folks who were convinced that tatting was only for edgings and doilies. I am so pleased to be able to tell people that "the sky is the limit" with tatting!"

Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Another arrival

82.  All the way from Hungary is Andrea's finished aeroplane.  Somewhere her original email was lost in cyberspace so this has taken a while to get here!  This is what Andrea says:-
"I would like to thank you for the TIAS, it was my first one, and it was great! :) I took photos from every step, but I m late to send them, so now I only send the last photo about it. I think, it is a turtle, who s lost his house on his back. I m sorry, I don t know what s the name of it is in English.
I hope we ll tat together soon again! "
I think Andrea means a tortoise but I'm not sure.  Anyway here's her plane.  Thanks, Andrea.


Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Another arrival in the airport

81.  Here is another arrival from Surya who says:-
"I know this plane is very late, but I just finished it and wanted to thank you for sharing such an interesting pattern. Every step of the TIAS my six year old son told me it looked like a gun.  He is a gentle little guy, but for some reason, little boys must have their weaponry.  He's quite pleased with the airplane though.  Much better than the flowers and doilies his mother usually makes."