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Tuesday, 23 January 2018

full stop

I put a video in YouTube to show how I've been tatting the little squares for the international project started by Cathy de Greef ( "Tat a Brussels’ monument in pink": http://www.canarithy.be/cinema ).
If you like, here is the link:



I tatted and mailed 101 squares. I put my full stop.
My squares have just started their journey.
What the caterpillar calls the end, the rest of the world calls a butterfly.

The beautiful postcard with the butterfly is from the original handmade painting by Barbara, her shop is here: https://www.zazzle.co.uk/barbaravicari

Ciao
Ninetta

9 comments:

  1. Wow, brilliant amount of squares, Mine hopefully will be in the post towards the end of the week, then they can hop across the channel.

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  2. Ah so fun to see so many, to be sent out :) I too cant wait to see the finished product and wonder if she has enough time to put them all together!

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  3. Lovely squares, great video. I’m glad you put n the note about double speed, although with that many squares, it would be handy to tat that fast!

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    1. I can't find your pattern on your patterns page, did you add it?

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  4. Thank you Michelle! I added the picture to the set now!

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  5. Perfect - 101 is a very auspicious number here :-) When donating or gifting money, it is generally 11, 101, 111, & so on

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Thank you very much for all your nice comments.

Ciao
Ninetta