We took all our "Home Arts" and "Creative Arts" items to enter in the State Fair today. (Sounds better than saying all our stuff.) I had a 2.5 hour lunch because it took so long to get them entered. They write all the tags by hand and some of them write really slowly. I looked around at the other entries while I was waiting -- okay, not looked around, peered over the barrier of tables to see what might be visible. I think there are a couple of things I entered I should have just left home. I dunno 'bout y'all, but my mind gets weird at 3:00 in the morning and thinks things look lots better than they do!
I entered eleven home arts items, 10 tatted and one crocheted. There are a few I entered in the State that I didn't enter in the County Fair (those 3:00 in the morning ones, and a couple of others). I don't have any pictures to show -- that'll have to wait until the 8th when I go to the Fair and see the results. This is just a little panic blurb...gaaakkkk-- what if they're all really bad? This is the first year I've entered as Advanced Amature (the next step is professional and I don't make a living on this stuff!). What's the standard? Is it that much higher than Amature? I don't know. It just seemed silly to not use the Advanced when at least three of the things I entered were my own patterns, ya know?
Snowflakes, Edging, Techniques, Flag, Candle Holder, Lucky Penny, Ice Drops, Doilies, 3D Box, Yoke and Bracelet - Sharon loaded up her shuttles with her favourite snowflake colour, Blue Ice, to help a friend tat the Betsy snowflake. She has included on her blog the ste...
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