12 January 2011

Belated Happy New Year

I am a bit late but still want to wish everyone a Happy New Year. The new year have not started that well in many aspects but let's hope there will be some healthy, happy times with new challenges for all tatters.
For various reasons I myself have not really tatted since I did my Christmas tatting. But in October I posted a picture of a doily that I had been working on. I have a habit lots of time only doing parts of doilies. But this one I liked doing so I decided to do all of it almost right away.

I still have a few ends to hide - there were soooo many, lol - and a few other things but I do not know when I will get that done. So here is the picture of the entire doily, diameter is 30 cm in Lizbeth size 20. And it is my favourite "Springtime" colour. The pattern I have had for years but for some reason did not get it done untill now.

15 comments:

Fox said...

Hey, Susanne! Happy New Year to you, too!

This is gorgeous! Ends and all! The colourway is indeed very pretty.
Fox : )

Karrieann said...

That is beautiful!!! ...and Happy New Years to you too!

God's Kid said...

Your doily is totally inspiring! :)

JB said...

Happy New Year to you too.
You doily is beautiful!

Tattingrid said...

You've done a great job! What a lot of work. The result is great. Love the colours.

Liyarra said...

A full doily!!! Well done. Lovely pattern, color and work as usual.

❦TattingChic said...

Happy New Year! That's a really pretty doily! I like the colors and the pattern. Springtime looks pretty all tatted up with white.

Corina said...

It's stunning! I love the colours!

Saara said...

Looks beautiful! I love the tecnique..

Anonymous said...

Hi - I am definitely happy to find this. great job!

❦TattingChic said...

Hey there! You are missed in blogland! :)

Anke said...

That's lovely! What is the pattern and where can it be found?
You did a great job on it. Beautiful colours.

Susanne said...

The pattern is from an old issue of a Danish magazine and it is not diagrammed. I have no idea if it can be found somewhere else, sorry.

Sherry aka Celtic Dream Weaver said...

Since the dozily is not diagramed ...did you do this dozily from a picture of the dozily or was the pattern qwritten out? Ca. You send me an email showing a pie piece of your dozily. Maybe I can Figure it out from a picture of your dozily. Email...celticdreamweave@yahoo.com. love your doily

Susanne said...

Sherry,
The pattern is from an old Danish magazine and the pattern is written in Danish but not diagrammed.
Sorry but the picture posted here is the only one I've got.
Susanne