Tuesday, October 8, 2013

TIAS Day Seven - Linda H in MD

I see a lamb.  Actually, my daughter pointed her out to me after Day Six was posted.  My little lamb left the farm and went into the city.  Someone photographed her standing in front of an old iron fence that just so happens to have flower motif designs.  Isn't she pretty?  If she were human, she would definitely knit, tat, and embroider...just like me.

In case you don't know, the lamb is the sexier one on the left and a sheep is on the right.  On Day Four, I used a slightly larger picot gauge in those first three picots in that sheep.  I didn't correct the problem because I wanted to see what would happen.  The sheep has a flower because he followed the lamb to keep her safe.  I'm sure they will return to the farm soon because she knows her mother will miss her and he doesn't want to get on the bad side of his future mother-in-law. lol

If they are not a lamb and a sheep, they are flower candles that forever shine.  If we keep them close, they will allow us to stay up late to tat that last ring or chain when our eyes are tired and it's waaay past our bedtime.
Happy Tatting! :o)


  1. Wonderful lamb and sheep story :) not baaad at all :D

  2. I, too, saw a lamb. Karen in OR

  3. LOL No, not baaad at all. Glad you like it.

    Cool, Karen. Great minds think alike. :o)


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