Thursday, September 22, 2011

The gloves are off...

...the rubber gloves, that is! (grin)
I had just finished a grand slam of a hand dyed thread batch, when I received notice from Annie's Attic that my new book was as far as the 2nd draft stage, and would I please look it over for corrections and suggestions. So, I am still busy doing that. But, just so you know, there is more hand dyed thread and some of it...hmm..well..I sold to a fellow Wisconsin girl, and she knew exactly what the colors meant! And, of course, lots of pretty fall leaf colors, so something for everyone.

12 comments:

Ladytats said...

the bottom pic on the left looks a bit like Packer colors. while living here in ND we generally root for the Vikings, our best friends just down the road from us, are from Manitowac, so we have some Packer fans here. I will have to get some of that color way, and make her something.

God's Kid said...

They all look like great autumn colors to me(speaking as a non-sports fan). :)

occasionalcrafter said...

gah! I love those greens! But I've just received the two threads I bought from you via Etsy. Mustn't buy any more... must use those up first. I do like the subtle tones of one colour though, really nice.

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

Very pretty! I feel a spending spree coming on!

Cindy said...

Yes, Packers colors, but the top one has just the right shades for the Eau Claire BluGolds!

Love your threads. Please more, more, more!

LittleBerry said...

They're beautiful and I couldn't resist ;o) all I have to do now it wait for the post!

Carol Lawecki said...

The colors are gorgeous!! Especially the top one.

I wanted to say how much I enjoy tatting your patterns. They are all so elegant. Over the summer I tatted your Duchess necklace and made some earrings and a bracelet to go with it. We had a Fiber Festival at the Library where I work and a raffle to raise funds. I donated the necklace and proceeds from the necklace to the library. It was a big success. I blogged about it if you would like to take a look.

Congratulations on your upcoming book. I'm sure it will be a big hit!!

yarnplayer said...

Thanks!
Ladytats, I grew up in Manitowoc county!
Carol, your tatting display is amazing! I like the peacocks, owls, elephant...all of it! Folks, take a look at Carol's post if you missed it:

BlondEngineer said...

Go ahead and call it Greenbay, sweetie. :) We all understand.

Marj said...

Must order to tate something for my two sons as they have one share of Packer Stock each. Wanted them to have something to remember their Mom was born and raised in Wisconsin.

Love your thread and patterns.

Marj

Tattered Sisters Etc said...

Incredible! You never cease to amaze me. I know I'll be making a few purchases.

John said...

Wonderful colors!!
TAT days was a blast! Can't wait til the next one!
john