Bhavani had some pieces she was about to discard, but instead she added them to the hanky she just edged. I'm glad she didn't throw them away because they look like they were planned for the hanky.
Sarah hasn't been able to blog much lately as she's been under the weather. There are some very soft looking merino and silk balls pictured and I love the colours.
Sapna tatted one of the designs from Tatting Patterns and Designs by Gun Blomqvist and Elwy Persson in two colours as a birthday gift for her husband's friend. Hers is prettier than the one in the book. The tatted basket looks like Laurie's pattern that was published in the Tatting Pattern Calendar and Sapna plans to fill it with purple flowers and put it on a card. She's not sure where the other motif comes from either but she liked the look of it and did it in Rose thread number 20, Valdani perle 12 and some of Yarnplayer's hand dyed thread.
Diane is getting her roof done and she has discovered the simple joy of finger tatting. The cooler weather and the hats Teri D has been working on have prompted her to crochet some nice warm head coverings. They all look nice and cozy.
Sherry has added a very informative video of her shuttle production. All the breakage that happens during the process is enough to make you cry.
Martha was working on a maple leaf, but that wasn't quite right. Then she thought it might become an eagle, but that wasn't quit it either. Now she knows it's a baby bird, but maybe there's still an eagle hiding in there somewhere.