Thursday, November 26, 2009

Cast this from the Car!!



Working on tatting ornaments from JoAnn Stearns book Glass Christmas Balls; The new egg shaped ornaments will be from Victorian Tatted Christmas from Dianna Stevens. These books are all available from several sources including Lacis, Snowgoose, and sev others. Dig out your balls folks and cover them up (sorry couldn’t resist)
http://lacis.com/
http://www.lacemakerusa.com/
http://www.snowgoose.cc/
KNitting (shown above) on the Diminishing Rib Cardigan from Interweave Knits Spring (boy did I say that wrong…that is what ya get for car-casting) And the socks are at a slow grind because I am focusing on this sweater

Spinning and waiting for a new fiber from etsy…will post a pic when it comes. Love my Julia!!
The picture here shows the fiber I spun and the scarf I am making with it..Very soft.
Favorite birthday cake…( look at all that chocolate) angel food cake…cut in half, whole out a tunnel …fill with chocolate whipped cream made with real heavy cream…YUM!! We have had it for years!!

Working in the ER Thanksgiving…hope no one lops off their turkey carvin’ fingers!! Every year suture someone who cuts themselves on knife or a broken glass!
See ya all 1-2 weeks. Thanks for listening!! Over 1500 subscribers!! Holy Moly!!

Will post my pictures later this week end.

4 comments:

Ludmilla said...

Hi, I've missed you.

I can't figure out how to download your podcast. Would you let me know the RSS feed, so I can put it into my Juice program and never miss an episode?

Arlene said...

Thanks for your comment...! I have to figure out what the heck it is myself though it looks like the blogger site is havving issues with this. Have you tried itunes or podbean..http://ajtats.podbean.com/feed/

❦TattingChic said...

Arlene that tatted ornament is pretty. I hope that you and yours have had a wonderful Christmas! Happy New Year, too!

acv2 said...

Greetings from sunny, humid & tiny Puerto Rico!!!!!
I enjoy your p'cast. I was wondering if you are familiar with this site
http://www.antiquepatternlibrary.org/completelist.htm
It has tons of downloadable PDF's with patterns for tatting, kntting & crocheting....too many to enjoy in just one lifetime!!!
BTW, I have four cats...
8-)