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Friday, April 10, 2009

Blue Lagoon Spinning Wheel

Yup! it had to be done!!

The ever popular Spinning wheel Glass mat By Mary Konior was crying out for me to tat it in Blue lagoon and it didn't disappoint me. It's a very easy (as long as you concentrate)pattern. Very easy to make a mistake too and I have made them all!!

This one was tatted in size 60 which I am beginning to love. My stash of 60 comprises entirely of my HDT so I do need to make more solids to give me a choice.

Tatted in 60 it's tiny! measures only 3 1/2 inches compared to almost 5 inches in size 20, it would be minute in 80, but I can understand why people like 80. Tatting in finer threads really does look much more intricate and lacy. I am beginning to feel that tatting with 20 is like tatting with string and 10 is positively like rope!


  1. My favorite pattern in my favorite color... sigh! What a lovely sight!

  2. OK, I couldn't resist any longer and had to buy some!! The colors remind me of summer - maybe if I tat something with it summer will arrive sooner here in New Hampshire!

  3. So very pretty! Those shades of blue and green really do look like tropical water on a warm day.

  4. Lovely thread color!!! I never tire of seeing your Blue Lagoon! :)

  5. Diane it was inspired by you!

    Valerie thanks for coming regularly to my blog and important.

    Christine you are so wont be disappointed..I hope. We had summer in March here! in recent years we have had summer in April and that has been it.

    Marty they really do look like that, oh to be near a tropical sea!

    Chic, me too, thanks.

    more tomorrow, cant tat fast enough tho!

  6. Hello! I came over to let you know that I have something for you over on my blog. :)

  7. Beautiful! You've inspired me I've got to break out my blue lagoon HDT too.

  8. Sorry it's not Blue Lagoon I have, I just went to get it out and it's Coral Reef.


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