After I completed the Quatrain, it was wonderful- light, free relaxing. Nothing to finish. I made crosses and snowflakes and goofed around. Then I floundered. Should I made Renulek's doily? Should I make something from one of the hundreds of books? And still I floundered. Then I saw it- the shawl. On a blog I couldn't read. With no pattern only a length and width.
Well, why not? I had all this strange Romanian thread which was given to me by the kindest lady. It wasn't white, wasn't a color, has a strange slight elasticity to it so why not just leap into something new?
So I did. And I've been working on the mail part since January. Here's a photo:
Well, then I started this blog post and I thought- I'll show the original link so people can see where I'm going with this. And in an epic knucklehead move, I didn't bookmark the link, I didn't pin it on pinterest, I didn't download the picture to my computer, I didn't do a screenshot or anything else. (All of these I would usually do in my usual brilliant overkill style.) The original blog was Hungarian or Polish- I don't even remember that- as if I could do a search in either of those languages since I don't know what the original said.
I do remember the original blog had other things than just tatting and that the blogger wasn't a prolific poster, that's all. I even went through the 377 blogs that I follow (okay not the technology, Latin or archeology ones) in hopes of finding it.
The final product ought to be interesting. Tee hee.