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Take your needle my child and
work at your pattern it will come out a
rose by and by. Life is like that...one
stitch at a time taken patiently.


~Oliver Wendell Holmes 1867~





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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Finished up Irish Rose Vintage Crochet Doily


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13 comments:

Deb said...

Looks great!!

Faith said...

Thanks for stopping in Deb, where can I visit you?

Stitchy Mc Floss said...

Oh, this is beautiful! :)

Are you feeling the chill in the air lately? I was thinking of you today when I opened the door and felt the fall breeze. Hope you are enjoying the weather.

Blessings always dear friend.

glor said...

Sweet Sister Faith ... its beautiful. I love this pattern. You did this very quickly. Was thinking of you this afternoon, was at Michael's picking up some yarn for the snowflake pattern (potholder). I may start the afghan soon. Have a lovely evening...blessings.

Vikki Hooks said...

very nice, where are you going to put it in your house?

Michelle said...

You do such lovely work.

Faith said...

Thank you all for stopping over...I hope you enjoyed your visit here, and will come again..your always welcome...

Charlotte Huffman said...

Beautiful!

janice15 said...

IT LOOKS VERY PRETTY.....HAPPY DAY..WITH LOVE JANICE

Mary said...

Oh my, that is beautiful. It looks like a good size doily.

Heidi said...

That's absolutely beautiful. I LOVE it. Thanks for sharing it.

Tilly's Nest said...

So beautiful. Your patience must be so incredible. I would love to learn someday. It is a beautiful art. Seeing your creations are just heartwarming as they remind me a beautiful things my grandmother has handed down over the years. Thank you for linking up today. Blessings~Melissa

Faith said...

Idon't know about patience....not a strong suit...but I enjoy it so much that it doesn't bother me, when I do it. It is a craft through the ages, and women have always moved the hook or needles as a way not only to create, but to have a moment to themselves creating something lovely after a hard day of working around the homestead. Sometimes women sat and made lovely creation to sell for income for their families, and didn't use the items for themselves as the Irish woman did in Ireland during the famine. I thank you all for your lovely comments...