Tuesday 31 March 2009
Wednesday 18 March 2009
Monday 16 March 2009
Wednesday 11 March 2009
Friday 6 March 2009
I now see in your dolly picture that I was right when I thought that on day 5 there was a little mistake in the pattern
51) LC ring clover 6+3-3(join to opposite LC ring), 3+6-4-6-3, 3+3-6Continue from 13) to 22)
I think it had to be:
51) LC ring clover 6+3-3(join to opposite LC ring), 3+6+(join on big LC ring from first motive)4-6-3, 3+3-6Continue from 13) to 22)
One of my members also asked that, but on that moment you were in the plain and I couldn't mail you So I told her that you didn't made a join so the best thing was folow your pattern
It is also possible to do it without the join as you can see in the picture what is comming with this mail, meaby it wil gave problems when I close the doly, but than I can do something with neddle work.
Riet the B-engel
Yes, Riet, you are right, at the end to hurry I made this mistake. Thank you for the advice.
Thursday 5 March 2009
Monday 2 March 2009
Here is my part 4. I still don't know what it is, unless you are taking us through a doily step by step. I do think it is incredibly beautiful. It amazes me how your mind works and can figure all of these designs out. You're my hero!
Thank you, Laura
Sunday 1 March 2009
attached is a pic of my versions of your wonderful TIAS, using hand-dyed
threads (I think Marilee's, but I've lost the labels; the green may be
Sherry's). In the purple one, the use of the variegated may
significantly reduce the contrast inherent in your design. That's why
I started the second one, to emphasize the contrast. See where I ran
out of thread?!
Thank you for all the work in designing and preparing the TIAS for us.
It's so fun!!
Big, big hugs,
Katie, the color is so beautiful!