Thursday, April 29, 2010


Well, other than my omitting the little picot on the bottom of the top strand, I've managed to learn to do this.  I'm using fairly large crochet thread so its rather "clunky" as lace goes.  Also, I have not perfected making uniform size picots (the little round circles that pop out)  BUT, on the whole I'm truly enoying myself and am looking forward to the next steps! 

Tatting Helper

This is Stinson - a brand new baby wiener dog puppy who's about a foot long and six inches high and a little bundle of energy.  He was at my friend's house - she's teaching me to tat.  Stinson, I am sure, will eat a lot of thread in his life I'm betting!


  1. Good work on those edgings! I'm so proud of you :-)

  2. Looks great Barb! You talented woman, you! :)

  3. Good morning Barb:)
    SO COOOOLLLLL!!!! I bet you are having a blast with your new hobby.:)They look GREAT to me.I can imagine your home when you get a collection done.It will be so CUTE.:)Lacy borders on everything!!:)
    You are prolly right about the pup eating a lot of thread...Christy sees a lot of operations done on dogs that have eaten something they shouldn't and have to have it removed.
    Hope your weekend is everything you expect it to be.:)

    Love and hugs,

  4. You are sooo talented sweet sister. I love my up close and personal butterfly. I can't wait to see all the other homemade treasures.

    What a cutie Dachshund puppy, I bet he is the sweetie in real life.


  5. Looks great - double yay!!

  6. you have my permission of course to post pictures from my blog anytime. Feel free to email me questions as well :-)


  7. wow you are getting good at it ...wonderful job. Love the little puppy ...awwww



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