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Friday, 9 October 2015

bond over a thread

The Ann Orr's large doily restarted, thanks to Fox that sent me a second ball of Lizbeth col.131. I bet she loves this multicoloured thread, too. (She also sent a hanky, white and delicate, I love it! Thank you!)

She had sent last year the first ball, it's a mix of colours that I really love, but I must agree with her about the quality. The last shuttle loaded from the ball went on breaking at points where the hue changes. Nevertheless, practise adding a new thread is good, isn't it?
Another shuttle has been already loaded for a fresh start.


In evident state of euphoria and trying to catch up the pattern, I wrongly connected two rings on the same side, so that I had 13 repetitions instead of 12. Scissors came. Yes, sigh, they do sometimes!
Ciao,
Ninetta

5 comments:

  1. Not easy to make corrections with such fine thread!

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  2. Your doily is looking beautiful!! :)

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  3. Yes a mistake, but Oh So Pretty!

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  4. I commend you on your persistence with Ann Orr. We have all been friendly with scissors when required. Looks good so far.

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  5. Very pretty thread, hope you get it sorted without too many sissor cuts
    Margaret

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Thank you very much for all your nice comments.

Ciao
Ninetta