Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Gone but not forgotten - nuntium centesimum octogesimum septimum

I made this bracelet last winter.  I love it.

Lizbeth, Herbal Garden size 20

 It's my favorite thing I've made to wear so far.  I wore it today and LOST IT.

sigh.

UPDATE!  One of my students found it today and turned it in!  WAHOO!

18 comments:

  1. Oh, no! The good news is you can make yourself another one, right? But maybe this one will show up again soon. We can hope.

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  2. Oh, no! The good news is you can make yourself another one, right? But maybe this one will show up again soon. We can hope.

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  3. Nooooo! it was so beautiful. I don’t like most tatted jewellery, but that bracelet was superb. : (

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  4. Oh that is so sad, as Fox says the bracelet is so beautiful. Must buy that thread too, it tats up wonderfully.

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  5. Oh no, what a shame. You'll have to make another.

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  6. Oh, no! I hope it turns up. If not, I hope the finder appreciates the workmanship and decides to learn to tat.

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  7. Well this post is a good wanted poster me be some one will see it and it will show up!
    You have the ability to make another in you and that is comforting to know!

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  8. Beauty is ephemeral. But, gee. Hugs. Hoping it is just hiding and not lost.

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  9. I am so glad that you have your bracelet back, how nice of the young man to hand it in.
    It's a lovely bracelet and I am sure you would have missed it.
    Marfaret

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    1. Thank you, I am so glad to have it back.

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  10. It really is a very pretty bracelet Michelle... is that not the pattern for a bookmark called "Jane's Bookmark" or something like that? I like your addition of beads, it's perfect.

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    1. You're exactly right! Mir is Jane's bookmark, certainly a pleasing pattern to do.

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  11. Glad I read this after the 'Update'! Whew! I have lost and then found some tatted items and was always so glad to see them, after I had assumed they were lost forever! Was the clasp the problem? I've often wondered if that type is secure enough.

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    1. Yes, I blame the clasp. It is easier to put on by myself but essentially worthless- so I've discovered- if you'real active.

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  12. I'm so glad it was FOUND! It is truly gorgeous - especially in that Herbal Garden thread :)

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  13. I'm so glad someone found it and turned it in. It's a beautiful bracelet.

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    1. Thank you- that means a lot coming from you!

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gratias maximas- it's wonderful to hear what you have to say!