Well done! I haven't made a doily yet, it's on my 'to-do' list. Your TIAS looks good too. And the embroidery looks neat as well.
Ooh! I love doilies! Jellybean is a tempting color... not in my stash, though. I love the crinoline lady, but I'm sure glad I never had to dress like that!
Pleased you have learnt to upload pictures, there will be no stopping you now! Nice to see you joining in the TIAS, and welcome to tat blog land!
Thankyou all for the lovely comments!!!! Vanessa could you please send me your blog for me to put on my list, thanks
Thank you for the wonderful comments you have left on my blog. I really appreciate your visits!I really did intend to start the TIAS...but just haven't had the chance yet...nice work all your work as well!
Hi MaragrethaMy link is as followshttp://standardstuff.blogspot.com/
Hi, I just found your blog. That is a pretty doily you are tatting and I love the variegated color. Looking forward to seeing more of your tatting.
Hi again TypsTatting, I forgot to mention how pretty your embroidered crinoline lady is. I have a buncy of embroidered and cross-stitched antique crinoline ladies. I also see that you like Twilight, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings, me too. Read the books and fans of the movies. In fact, my daughter and I got to meet Billy Boyd aka Pippin (Hobbit) from Lord of the Rings when he came to Pittsburgh Pennsylvania with the Lord of the Rings Symphony. He is such a nice fellow. My daughter was thrilled to meet and talk to him.
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Hi and thank you for the visit!The Jellybean thread you are using for the doily is jolly!Fox : )