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What to do at home

What to do at home. Or what kinds of handicrafts can you do?

What to do at home
What to do at home

Hello everyone!

I haven’t written an article on my blog for a long time. Some bloggers try to do this every day! But I will not bore you with my constant “presence”! Moreover, I have so little time to create content, alas.

First of all, I create tatting patterns. And I really love doing projects of other tatting masters. I like intricate and original patterns.

Secondly, I love sewing. I sew clothes for my family. This is one of my works.

These are dresses and denim bags for my daughter-in-law and eldest granddaughter.

Thirdly, I love to sew quilts with embroidery. And I make blocks in the hoop on an embroidery computer. This is an exciting activity! Because I like coming up with designs and creating compositions.

Do you like my big embroidered patchwork quilt?

This photo clearly shows the embroidered elements.

I also like to do macrame, knitting, crocheting, luma weaving, kumihimo. I have not forgotten anything? Also string-art.

But I do my drawings without nails. I do this on recycle DVD discs.

Oh, what a mess it is in my workshop when I sew or embroider.

Let’s call this a creative mess. Ha ha!

But in any case, I always keep one special place in my workshop in order. This is my “tatting corner”.

I pamper my back with this soft sofa.

This is my new doily from the Summer Mood collection. As usual, I need some time to describe and draw this in a computer program. But I will try to do it soon. Until then, you can check my patterns. Perhaps you will find a fairly interesting pattern for yourself.

What to do at home
What to do at home

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Write in the comments what types of needlework you are doing. Perhaps you are not limited to just tatting. Because now the question is especially acute: What to do at home. 😀

13 thoughts on “What to do at home

  1. Beautiful and versatile. Great to adorn clothes or for a Christmas tree.

    1. Thank You, my dear friend Polina! I really appreciate Your support.

  2. I love how multi-faceted you are in your talents! As usual, I think they are all beautiful! I also love that you keep a corner for yourself, to relax. Looks wonderful. I also quilt, when I can find my sewing machine, underneath all the fabric, I crochet, knit, but just a little, I like beading, and embroidery and counted cross stitch. I taught my husband to quilt, so it is something we like to do together. He is VERY good at it.

    1. Wow! You are a talent! Not many wives manage to attract their husbands to needlework. 😃 Thank You for support and kind words, Dawn!

  3. You’re very talented, beautiful pictures of your many works! I tat every day, then sometimes I sew and do filet embroidery, then cross stitches and do knitted scarfs, sporadically also I do beading works… days are too short to do everything, very little time to dedicate to crafts, sigh! And the craft room is a dream!

    1. You are extraordinarily talented, Ninetta! I admire your tatting. Yes, I agree, so little time and so many projects. It is impossible to have time to do everything planned. I sleep no more than 5 hours a day. But if there were 48 hours in a day, maybe then I would have done everything! Craft room was presented to me by my husband. This is truly a dream come true.

  4. I live your DVD, brilliant, your tatting is beautiful and I like your patterns.
    You ask what I do , well apart from my tatting and the odd pattern I have designed, I also knit , and make cards, I am doing some embroidery at the moment and I re learnt crochet during the winter. I made a granny square blanket and have started another one , well playing with a few patterns before i start.
    I look forward to visiting your blog again

    1. I admire my talented readers like You, Margaret! This means that my followers are very creative and artistic. I’m thinking about a project in which my followers have shared their work. That would be great. Do You agree?

  5. I know to knite and to crochet. I love and know to embroidery and to tat.

    1. Oh, I had no doubt that Your talent is so diverse, dear Esther!

      1. Thanks!

        1. You welcome always!

          1. Thank you my dear freind!!

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