Three times as Amusing- my finished Amusement doilies

Here is a picture of my three finished Amusement doilies, made as part of a tat along on Facebook. These doilies are quite quick to make up, and as I have been on holidays I was able to work on them for more time each day than I usually do. I made two as ‘twins’ with colours my mum has in a smocked sampler above the table these are made for (The colours on the ‘twin’ doilies are Altin Basik size #50, and Ecru is Milford Mercerised size #40. The Pink and Brown doily has pink Milford mercerised size#40, while the brown is Lizbeth size #40, Mocha Brown dark). After doing the first 2 I really thought the section between row 2 and 3 looked like paw prints, so I made a third to show that idea! I wonder if you can see the cheeky/muddy paw prints on the otherwise ‘clean’ doily πŸ™‚ 3 finished ammusement doilies

This has been a very amusing journey! Did you join in this tat along? Have you completed another tat along- like Renuleks, perhaps? Feel free to add links to your blog/pictures in the comments below.

If you would like to be involved in the TIAS that Jane runs, the day 3 pattern segment was released – so pop over and have a look, it would be great to see what we make πŸ™‚

Until next time, happy tatting.

Fiona T



Filed under Eye Candy, Other blogs, Patterns, Tatting News

6 responses to “Three times as Amusing- my finished Amusement doilies

  1. So who’s the little critter that’s been raiding the pantry ?! πŸ˜‰
    When you mentioned it, they Do look like paw prints.
    Lovely doilies, especially the initial spirographic rounds πŸ™‚

  2. Wow! They are really lovely, i just started tatting, can just about manage a little butterfly!

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