First of all, here is the next lace for a porcelain doll...slow progress, but a little every now and then...have to find/design another piece to complete the doll, so still a long way to go before a doll will be seen. This is Bucks Point in Finca 80...wide design by Heather Billington, narrow one from Pamela Notingham's Intro to Bucks book I think.
Here is the 2nd piece from the workshop I was participating in when Colin collapsed. I completed the 1st repeat at the workshop and most of the rest of this one was done at Colin's hospital bedside during his 2nd stay in Hobart. The thread is Lizbeth 80...have no idea why I would buy this colour in the first place, but love it in this piece. The designer is Ethel Zuccolotto.
My 3rd piece was started yesterday. The pattern is from the Ulrike Voelcker Torchon series, done in Thai silk from a supplier here in Tassie. The scarf will be for Colin's daughter...maybe for Christmas...
Finally, after our recent trip to visit Colin's surgeon, we decided to stay over and visit Mona Museum...I found out about this cement truck from a friend in Estonia on Facebook...now I have seen it for real!!
The detail is simply amazing, and it smells much better than one of the artist's other instalments at the museum!!
Hugs to all, may your pins never bend and your threads never break, so that you can make the most of every moment life has to offer!