Friday, September 05, 2008

Never Ending Project

This is my never ending project. I started it almost two years ago and I figure it will take me 2 more years to complete it. It's unusual in that it is done in rows, not rounds. There are 4 rows to the pattern. I start with row 2, do row 3 & 4 then work row 1, joining into the rest of the rows. It will eventually be 42" X 27" when completed. It is an altar cloth.


  • Terry,
    This is so beautiful!! what a lot of little medallions to deal with. Don't think I would have nerve to start something that large. I would get tired of it LOL.
    Great work

    By Blogger Nita's Goodies, at 6:04 PM  

  • Wow!!! It sure takes a lot of determination to start, continue and finish such a large project. I had wanted to do a shawl only, but haven't have the guts to start it!

    By Blogger singtatter, at 7:12 PM  

  • Terry, that is absolutely gorgeous! Such determination to undertake something of that magnitude. What a legacy!

    By Blogger NormaH, at 7:20 PM  

  • It's gorgeous Terry, I'm so glad you showed us a picture of it.

    By Blogger Sharon, at 9:48 PM  

  • CRIPES, that's one HUGE project. It's SO pretty too. Can't wait to see it finished.

    By Blogger Jane Eborall, at 1:16 AM  

  • Congratulations, Terry, on such a wonderful achievement! Just think how good you will feel when it is completed!
    Who is the designer?

    By Blogger Linda S Davies, at 2:46 AM  

  • That's alot of work! It may seem like the never ending project but what are going to do when its done? It looks great!

    By Blogger victats@gmail.com, at 7:06 AM  

  • It's going to be beautiful! I've just starting planning (trying to figure out a pattern) a tablecloth. This will be encouragement for me that eventually I will finish. :)

    By Blogger Jessica, at 2:46 PM  

  • It's stunning Terry!
    This will be a priceless treasure!

    By Blogger LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter, at 5:58 AM  

  • It's beautiful! How do you sew it together?

    By Blogger SY, at 3:40 PM  

  • Bless your heart. I know the feeling. LOL
    I'm assuming you tat each motif as you go? or do you tat a run and then add them. Mine has to be tatted one motif at a time; although, Sharon B sent me an idea how to do it in blocks ~ haven't tried it as yet.
    This piece is just beautiful.
    hugs, BJ

    By Blogger BJ, at 12:53 PM  

  • This is a wonderful piece of tatting and such a large project...longint to see the finale......your one very brave lady to attempt a big piece like this.......Bravo
    Joy in OZ

    By Blogger Art by JoyMac, at 9:12 PM  

  • WoW This is Amazing and Beautiful!!!! You are so brave to start such a large project!!

    By Blogger shirley, at 1:15 PM  

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