Sunday, 18 May 2014

Joining Renulek Summer Napkin

Finally found some time to join the Renulek Summer Napkin tat-along.  I decided to tat this using coloured thread.  Definitely more exciting with colours :).  Here's mine after round 2 :).
 

For this napkin, I am using #20 Lizbeth thread: colours #620 Azalea Medium and #684 Leaf Green Medium.

All the posts for the Renulek Summer Napkin can be found here.  You will need to scroll all the way to the bottom for the first round.

Next round 3 :).

That's it for now.  Thanks for visiting my blog :).

Cheers,
Jenn :).

11 comments:

  1. Wow, lovely in those colours! Yes, I'm all for colour.

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    1. Thanks Jane :). It's definitely keeping me motivated for this napkin :). Will one day go back to finish the summer one :).

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  2. Fabulous colors!!! It looks so pretty!!! :)

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    1. Thank you :). I'm having fun playing with these two colours :).

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  3. Jenn, I am still amazed at how neatly you have managed to make the "thrown" rings & chains in this last round !!! You don't seem to have used the SLT either, to get the green ring on green chain & pink rings on pink chain ?!
    Superb :-)

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    1. Thanks muskaan :). The thrown rings are not perfect but hopefully they will look ok after I block it :). Actually I did use SLT to switch between the colours to get this effect :). I want the green chain/ring to look like leaves :).

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  4. Hi Jenn, I'm a new Aussie tatter from Victoria. It's nice to find other Australians. :o)
    I've just read all your blog entries and want to commend you on being able to keep a blog and share your projects as you learn. It's really inspiring.

    Love your tatting. Hope to see more.

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    1. Hi Dot :),

      Thank you kindly for your kind words :). I'm still reasonably new to tatting and using this blog to keep track of my tatting :). Kind of like a tatting diary :). You should create a blog for tatting too :). Would love to see some of your tatted work :).

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    2. Yes, I will give it serious consideration. ��
      Absolutely love how you are making this very pretty doily.

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  5. I plan to tat this after I have finished my current project.
    Love the colours that you started with.

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    1. Thanks Jon :). Looking forward to seeing your version of this Napkin :).

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