Friday, March 05, 2010

Another bookmark


This was not the pattern I wanted to do, this is Kelly Lubiack's bookmark but I wanted to do the design by Leonore English. Unfortunately I couldn't get the link to work no matter how I tried, has it gone for good, I wonder? :(
By the way, I had to install comment moderation due to a load of Chinese spam, and hadn't put in e-mail warning....so I didn't realise there had been any comments, sorry to anyone who wondered if they had been "rejected".
I have not been terribly productive, I am working on a larger collar, but it is very slow, however I have ordered some thread from Yarnplayer, which I am hoping will inspire me.
(These threads are from Tatskool; Rainbow Bright and Indigo, which are favourites of mine, and cheer me up as I wait for this late, late Spring.)

6 comments:

Jeff Hamilton said...

That's a very pretty bookmark, Snowy. Which pattern of Lenore's are you looking for? Any site hosted by Geocities is gone since Yahoo shut down the service. If you have the URL for the pattern, you can copy and paste into the "Wayback Machine" located at www.archive.org .

❦TattingChic said...

Your bookmark looks nice! I have had comment moderation since I first started since I got some kind of spam when I just had comments automatically saved. I have noticed of late that the Asian (Since we don't know if the symbols or korean, Japanese or Chinese) spam has increased of late. I think I rejected one friend's comments by accident! Bummer!

Tatskool said...

That's lovely, looks like silk with your photography/scan.

Tatskool said...

It looks very pretty.

Pacawithknitting said...

It is so nice to find another tatter that blogs! I know there are others out there to follow. I am a tatter/knitter here in Oregon (USA). I teach both tatting and knitting but my real love is knitting. However tatting is fascinating because here are so few who do it anymore. I love your pictures of Australia. You are an inspiration to me. Thank you

Pacawithknitting said...

I am so glad I found your blog. I am a tatter and knitter. I teach knitting and tatting but I am a fairly new tatter. You have really inspired me. Thank you.