Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Joanne's hanky


I finished Joanne's wedding hanky this afternoon! I'm very pleased with the way it turned out. Now I have to get back to the kumihimo braid for her bag. Time's a-wastin'!

13 comments:

  1. Gorgeous piece of work, Diane. Just perfect.

    I think you should keep this photo away from Sally and 'Im in the Garage... that block of wood looks hugely tempting and the world does need many more Pop-A Bobbins, to be sure!

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  2. What a gorgeous hankie you have done a beautiful job. Love your Pop-A-Bobbin shuttle!

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  3. Your list of things to do is making my head spin! Thanks so much for taking the time to show us the beautiful hanky! A very elegant edging indeed!

    I was amused to read about your reason for going on a buying spree! I thought I was the only one who did that kind of thing! Good for you - and wise purchases!

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  4. Good gracious! Between you and Tatskool (who also posted a photo of a wedding hanky) I am positively swooning.

    Your lacework is truly rare and stunningly beautiful. The bride will love and cherish it forever.

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  5. Lovely, absolutely lovely. Lucky bride!

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  6. Isn't there a kind of special feeling when you've made something like this that you know will become an heirloom and stay in the family? Lovely edging!

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  7. Lovely. The bride is a lucky girl, she will be happy with it.

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  8. That's one gorgeous hanky, Diane!

    Jo :)

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  9. How exquisite! What a beautiful work of art! ♥

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  10. Lovely tatting and a pretty hankie too, she will love it...she'd better!

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