Thursday, August 11, 2011

More from the Fair

Back in April I made a bookmark from my own button decoration pattern with a long perle-tatted tail.  I called it a Pink Diamond bookmark because this year's fair theme was "Diamond Days, Country Ways".  It didn't matter, though.  The only "theme" brownie points being given were for quilt blocks.  *sigh*  Fairs seem to have a love affair with quilts.

I did get a nice first place ribbon on it, and a "high blue" which means it was considered for sweepstakes -- even without the brownie points.

It's also made of size 20 Lizbeth pink thread -- but it's a pink variegate.

4 comments:

Kathy Niklewicz said...

This is a very unique representation of tatting, and I'm glad the judges have recognized the perfection of its design and workmanship.

yarnplayer said...

Congratulations on your well-deserved blue ribbons at the fair!
By the way, I agree about fairs and quilts - there are a "bezillion" quilts every year at the Wisconsin State fair, too.

Margarets designer cards said...

Congratulations on your blue ribbon and first place,
Margaret

Gina said...

Another great year for you! Our county fair usually has a huge quilt exhibit but it was drastically smaller this year. I suspect a guild that usually helps members get ready disbanded or something. I don't think it was a protest or anything.