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Monday, 9 November 2015

trallallero trallallà

OK, you've just noted the Italian title but the oxford dictionary online translates it tra-la-la, perfectly clear that a no-sense word has a no-sense translation.
It's used in rhymes/songs to sing parts that you've never learnt by heart.

I wish I had some trallallero trallallà for the next round of that doily, as I have an idea (vague indeed) for the rest but I need a sort of connection-round to switch from 8 points to 6 (that is from an octagonal to hexagonal shape)


But trallallero is also a way to express happiness, that was my feeling yesterday while visiting "Abilmente Roma", a so well known trade fair here, but also a big exposition of lace of different types and whatever else that could be called handmade.

Of course I did shopping.
I said it: trallallero trallallà!

Ciao,
Ninetta

6 comments:

  1. Trallallero trallallà! Indeed! Your motif is beautiful!

    That fair sure looks likes great fun.

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  2. Beautiful motif and very Christmassy colours
    Of course you did some shopping at the fair, you would not be a woman if you had not.
    Margaret

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  3. I'd say tra-la-la too to be at such a fair. I look forward to seeing what comes next, how you solve your geometry puzzle.

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  4. Your Christmas doily is looking fabulous!!! :)

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Thank you very much for all your nice comments.

Ciao
Ninetta