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Thursday, July 19, 2007

4 yards 4 inches

I finished my #7 item for the 25 motif tatting challenge, and ended up with 4 yards and 4 inches of this lace. I finished it yesterday while sitting in a class on how to teach kids to quilt. My three daughters (i.e. kids) were in the class with me. So, now I guess I am on to #8; I just haven't figured out what that is, yet.

This braided rug I made a long time ago. Since I was sitting on the floor to take the picture of the tatting, I thought I would get a close up picture of the braids on this rug.

This used to be the rug in my old sewing room at my old home. It almost never got walked on because you couldn't walk into that room, it was so crowded. Now it is one of three rugs in my family room. It took about 3 weeks to make and is 6 feet by 8 1/2 feet. Seen in bottom right of photo on this post.

the Mad Tatter. Get yours at bighugelabs.com/flickr

handmade rugs. Get yours at bighugelabs.com/flickr

1 comment:

  1. I just checked out the post you linked to showing your stash room, er, I mean "sewing room".

    I **finally** have an example of someone who has a bigger stash than me, yay! I tend to buy 99.9% of my materials (yarn, fabric, thread etc) from charity shops, garage sales and the (thankfully not very local) Reverse Garbage Truck creative use recycling centre. This means my stash explodes at regular intervals. Not always a good thing considering we're living in a tiny rental house while we save up to buy a new big house. I had a 27 x 14 foot studio in our house in the country but we sold it in February 2006 so our daughter could have a proper high school education and not just an education in being beaten up and selling drugs. Now she's at a great school (country but not rural like the old one) and we're in a tiny run-down house and most of my stash is in the garage.



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