THANK YOU GIFTS!!!!

Isn’t this vintage doily beautiful?? I hope you agree with me, and no, it is not included in the GIFT PACK 🙂

The Gift Pack will include: 1- $20.00 E-Gift Card from Herrschners.

2- Magnetic Listpad to help you organize.

3- Blank Notecards.

The Gift Pack is for the first person who can decipher this:And can explain it. I know it is tough but I believe we can do it. Hopefully we can keep this form of crochet Alive and Well into the 21st Century.

Hope to hear from all you incredible creative Artisans!!!

” God bless America,Land that I love.Stand beside her, and guide herThrough the night with a light from above”….Irving Berlin

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Comments

  1. Thanks GeekGirl I will head over there…
    Happy Independence Day to you!!!!!

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  2. You should try asking this group: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/threadies

    They specialize in thread crochet and doilies. I’m sure they’d be willing to help!

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  3. I always thought that “God Bless America,” or “America The Beautiful,” should have been adopted as our Anthem. Oh, well. “The Star-Spangled Banner” is cool, too. Biggest protest song of all time!
    You said you got this doily picture from Wikipedia? Still have the link? I’m having a heck of a time trying to figure out how they incorporated the round flowery motifs into the top of the tulip motifs. Given the era that this pattern was written in, it should have been worked continuously from the inside, out.
    I hope you don’t mind if I work my try at this is heavy cotton or wool and a BIG hook. (Hey, might make a cool rug!) My eyes are shot. New glasses coming!!! 😎
    Wendy
    Have a SAFE and HAPPY Fourth, Everyone! And, to our Awesome Neighbors to the North, I hope Canada Day was a blast!

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    • Happy Independence Day to you Wendy!!! God Bless America is beautiful!!!!
      I found it in Wikipedia, google broomstick lace. It belongs to Elaine with GreyCats, it is over 50 yrs old and it was made in Sweeden…..

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      • Ooo, I love broomstick lace! I especially love hairpin lace! Some day, I want to have the time and inclination to make a (lined, of course) hairpin lace hippie skirt.
        OK, I’ll try to track that down, and see what I can come up with. Wendy

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