December 20, 2012

Same song, second verse

This is going to be short and sweet, because I am so far behind with things left to do for Christmas, eek! Apparently, the best description of me could be one-trick pony. If you recall, my friend Tricia received this for her birthday in October:
It's a runner for her dining table, made out of doilies. When Christmas rolled around, clearly still in the grip of a doily fixation, I started with this:
and made her a snowflake bunting. These are tiny doilies, meant to set inside coasters for glasses.
Here's another shot:
I starched and ironed them after taking that picture before folding it up to mail to Tricia. She has installed it on the famous baker's rack in her kitchen, where it may be seen if she does a tablescape anytime soon at where she blogs at The Dull and the Dutiful. This was a small but satisfying project but thought it was worth sharing with you. It's going to show up on Metamorphosis Monday at Susan's blog, Between Naps on the porch, too,

Now I have things to wrap, laundry to switch and rooms to clean.

Have yourself a thrifty Thursday. 

Merrily, Michele

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