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23 November 2010

...Hark The Herald Angel

I just finished putting this lil ornament together. I am delighted with the result!


This pattern is 
and I created the edging. The angel is backed by red felt.




This doily turned out so lovely, the colors did too! I used the "Arches" doily pattern by Yarnplayer!
I used Lizbeth 20,  #130 ISLAND BREEZE and  #658 Ocean Turquoise Lt.
This was fun to do! Thanks Yarnplayer for sharing this beauty!

I am glad to have a picture of this for I will miss looking at it. Soon, it will be on it's way to a dear friend in South Korea! 


Another exciting event! Yesterday I was one out of five lucky recipient of a giveaway! At innocentia's, there was a giveaway for kids clothing patterns from DMK Easywear Patterns. I am pleased to have received the e-patterns of Reversible Tunic Top/Dress pattern! Thank You Citra! Thank You, DMK!

Isn't this sooooo dang adorable? It is sure will be on my two Lil Angels!
Right Krystledawne?



OOOHhhhh one more thing.. well two actually! Two latest pictures of my 4-legged kids!

Mr. Peabody, the Genius 

Abigail, the Beast!

Pssssssst.... there are five days left to give this "Who Dunnit" Mystery giveaway a try!
May God bless you and yours for the Thanksgiving... remember our Military families!

6 comments:

yarnplayer said...

A fantastic tatting job on the Arches doily, and wonderful colors. What a special gift!

TypsTatting said...

The Arches doily is lovely and the colours are nice!

Miranda said...

Love, love, love that doily!

Dewi Citra said...

adorable ! I love the colors and the shape. Is it called "arches" ?
I'm not that patient on tatting,you've done a great job !

Karrieann said...

Thank you all for your compliments!

Dewi, yes it is called arches.. the design pattern was created by "Yarnplayer" (http://yarnplayertats.blogspot.com/2009/01/arches-doily.html)

I find that the more tatting I do, the better at it I am getting but believe me.. I had to undo some stitches and redo! I guess that is part of the learning process!

I am excited that I have my reversible tunic pattern all ready.. now I need to organise my craft room to find my fabrics and get sewing! Thank you for the giveaway!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

And to think that this lovely little angel will be on my tree this year! Thank you, Karrieann!