Sunday, January 6, 2013

Larest Doily yet!!!

Classic Doily ~ Pattern by Linda Davies
Tatted in Lizbeth size 20, Wedgewood Lt and Natural
Measures 14" across

This is my biggest achievement yet. The color scheme really came by chance; I wanted to mix up the colors somewhere in this doily and I'm pretty happy with the way this one turned out. The blue color is called 'Wedgewood light' so I thought I'd make this one look like wedgewood china. Took me almost 17 weeks to make! It was great way to start the New Year by finishing a large project. I went to sit down last night and realized that I didn't have something to tat! So I quick made Fox's Abigail while we watched a movie; pictures to come! I've also been working on needle tatting! That will be tomorrow's post!
Good night all! Have a blessed start to a new week!


Fox said...

Nice one, Allison! Congrats on finishing your largest pattern yet! I know just how that feels!
Fox : ))

Michelle said...

Wowie! This is gorgeous!!!

Maureen said...

It's beautiful! - I love the colours. Is that the doily which has all the split chains? - I have been avoiding that one.

Jane McLellan said...

Your doily looks great, congratulations on finishing it! I like your colour changes.

Conny said...

Das Deckchen gefällt mir sehr, ich finde es ist wunderschön!
Liebe Grüße Cornelia

Margarets designer cards said...

Lovely doily, and beautiful colours put together

Allison said...

Thank you ladies! Ich danke Ihnen Cornelia!

This was a fantastic project; I really enjoyed the journey. It represents a lot of lovely evenings, after dinner, with the family.

Maureen - this doily does have split chains, but you can easily cut and tie to end the rounds. I have found that split chains are a true time saver and I try to use them wherever I can.


God's Kid said...

Your doily is a stunning work of art!!! :)

Anonymous said...

This is a lovely doily Alison!I have been looking through your blog and you have made some lovely things.

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