My Free Patterns

I am still sorting out the blog entries for my free patterns, so there willl still be patterns that are not accessible. My apologies.

Thursday, 12 January 2012

Commenting problems solved, I hope so .....

I changed my browser to Firefox and now I can leave comments again, yay!  I was using Google Chrome before, when I was having the problem.

I left a test comment on Tat's Heaven blog and it went through just fine. 

I also noticed that I can reply to a specific comment and my reply came up under the comment that I replied to.  Isn't that wonderful? Now a reader can relate  to the previous topic that I am replying to and would not lose the train of thought.

Why didn't I notice that before? Is that a new feature of blogger?

Since there was no tatting in the earlier post, here is one.

This is my final rendition of the Norma Benporath pattern from this post.  I changed the third round because I could not make head or tail of the instruction from the Trove website. I cut the chains drastically in a couple of places in order to get it lying flat.  I am happy with this for now and have started on the next NB pattern from the Trove which I will share later.


13 comments:

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    1. Thank you Diane. I wish I was able to read the patterns well enough, or that the scanned picture is clear enough, to tat it exactly as Norma Benporath wrote it.

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  2. Oh to be able to tatt a peice like the above.
    I have just made my firsts bits doing it the needle tatt way and although fiddly I think I am going to enjoy it.
    One thing, may I ask, when it says turn over to knot, my thread seems to be the wrong way, am I doing something wrong, is it clockwise to turn or anti clockwise? I have the ball on the left and the needle on the right.....
    Just doing this little bit has made me want to get a shuttle and try that way.
    Briony
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    1. Briony,
      I don't use the needle but have tried it before to understand how needle tatting works.
      I have e-mailed my reply to you.

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  3. I'm with you - totally stymied by the Trove website. but, you have managed a fantastic edging here! It is lovely.
    Fox : )

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    1. The patterns that I am working now is not as involved as the edging. You may want to try them yourself. Here is the url, http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/27505060#pstart2380256

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  4. so beautiful, I have to try this pattern!

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    1. Please share your views and thoughts on the pattern when you do try it.

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  5. The pattern looks lovely the way that you worked it out. Sometimes different tatters have widely differing tensions and that can make a difference.

    Yes, blogger just came out with the new comment feature, I first noticed it yesterday. It only works if the blog is set up for "embedded" comments. Mine was set up for a separate comment page, so I went to my settings and changed it to embedded. It looks like a good feature.

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  6. Very pretty edging! I may have to put that on my list.

    Isn't it weird that Google's own browser would cause problems in Blogger? I wonder if they know.

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  7. Apparently the Reply feature is brand new, but only appears automatically on blogs with the 'imbedded' comment form. I read about this in "Blogger Buzz". Glad you're commenting problems have cleared up!

    I think your rendition here is beautiful. I love wide lace like this. It certainly is difficult to see the photo at that site!

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  8. frywolitka jak zwykle piękna

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