Wednesday, 13 January 2021

WIPW - Tatting Progress

Wednesday it is, so here comes the Work In Progress Wednesday report.

Before having a look at the progress made, I just want to tell you that I am once again having problems leaving comments on some of the blogs I visit. If you haven't heard from me, it's because of Mr Blogger and his tricks.

Crazy for Crazy

I have made some simple stitches in orange, mainly Running Stitch, Herringbone, Straight and Detached Chain Stitch, as well as a row of Satin Threaded Running Stitch.

Log Cabin Challenge

Five more blocks, total is now 340. Nearing the end...


Needle tatting is such fun. I learned to add beads, and worked over another button, where I also added graded picots. The pink crown might find its way into a future Crazy for Crazy block.

Saturday Sightings of Spring (Promise of Spring by Jacquie Harvey Project) 

In my blogpost last Saturday, I wrote about the challenge of Jacquie Harvey's spring cushion. I will report in more details about my progress on Saturdays, but here is a picture of the cut felt I will be using.

Now should you want to take part and stitch up the design, contact me and I will send you the pdf file with pattern and clear instructions.


  1. Your tatting is very pretty. Great progress on all this week’s projects!

    I am not able to comment on some blogs with my computer, but can comment with the iPad. I don’t know why.

  2. The C for C is beautiful in it's simplicity. I love it. The tatting too, is great - isn't it a pleasure to learn and produce pretty items. I'll watch your cushion grow.

  3. I love how you've tatted a button into your pretty motif. I've never even thought of that or know that it was possible. Maybe only with needle tatting? Such a fresh look!

  4. The Tatting is looking very pretty. This will be a great addition to your crazy patch.

  5. The tatting does look lovely, and will make lovely additions to a Crazy for Crazy block in due course!


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