Monday, 23 December 2013

Merry Christmas!

It's been a bit hectic here in the last week.  I was so late with my Christmas preparations that I've had to rush around quite a bit!  So after the snowflakes had all been posted in their Christmas cards, there was not much time for any more tatting.

I did start on a little project I plan to work on during the holidays - not tatting for a change!  Someone will recognise this beautiful hand-spun yarn.  I hope my project works out as I intend and I will show you more in the New Year if it does.




It's the evening before Christmas Eve.  I don't think I will be posting again until January so I would like to wish you a wonderful, peaceful, joyful Christmas with your families and friends.  I want to thank you for your supportive comments on my blog throughout the year.  I hope 2014 will be for you all another great year full of discoveries, creativity and happiness.


Best wishes,
Joëlle

11 comments:

  1. Your tatted ornament is beautiful!! What pattern and thread did you use? I love it and where did you get that beautiful sparkly ball. You might have just helped me decide what to tat for friends and family next year :)

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    1. Hi Melanie, thank you! The pattern is my "Flocon Frivole" which is available in my free patterns section, it is tatted in Lizbeth 20 but I can't remember exactly which blue I used. I then added the crystal drops at each tip to weigh it down and help it stay in place on the bauble. Easy really!

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  2. Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year to you!! :)

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  3. Joyeux noel, frivole! Que l ' annee 2014 vous apporte sante et bonheur. Merci pour une anee sur votre blog, pleine de dentelles jolies et sophistiquees et de navettes incomparables!

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    1. Merci Tally, meilleurs voeux à toi aussi!

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  4. Thank you, and the same to you and your family. Love the Christmas ornament!

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  5. Beautiful bauble, I wish you and your family a very a happy Christmas and new year, thank you for the lovely patterns you have designed and given us over the last year, and I look forward to seeing your beautiful tatting in 2014
    Margaret

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  6. Thank you for your wonderful blog and generosity of spirit. Your gorgeous work is a constant source of inspiration and your patterns are truly a joy to work. Merry Christmas to you and yours! (Stunning bauble!)

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  7. Flocon Frivole looks great on that ornament!

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  8. Hi Frivole,
    Would you still have this pattern available?

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    1. Hi K., yes, if you go to the pattern tab at the top of the page and scroll down to the free patterns section, it's called "le Flocon Frivole".

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