Lace Curtains for my bathroom

My Creation

Heirloom Knits 1880 Knitting Pattern. Used 6mm needles and 4 ply Patons Cotton, only took 1 x 100g ball of yarn.

I had to change the colour of my bathroom walls to match my curtain (heehee). I crocheted some circles and attached them as a tie back. Am well pleased with them.

Not sure if I should make another one for the other side, what do you think.

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julieanneb commented on 2009-09-05 17:22:57

This is very pretty - as it isn't a big window I think the one is quite nice - two might look too heavy. Balance the other side with a plant or ornament that compliment the theme of the bathroom

Sues commented on 2009-09-05 17:39:42

Thanks Julieann, thats a good idea to put a plant at the side. I have been trying to get a Mother in laws tongue plant butam having difficulty. I think that would look good next to it.

tinca commented on 2009-09-05 18:31:08

this is very pretty.nice idea about a plant too julie, something slim eilxx

darkkiss commented on 2009-09-05 18:55:21

cool, looks good, 2 might look a bit much tho

Rosemom commented on 2009-09-05 22:00:20

This is lovely Sues, it looks wonderful, and my favourite colour too!

andie commented on 2009-09-06 20:51:34

looks great sues well done

grandmum commented on 2009-09-06 21:41:18

Hey Sues, the curtain is great and the tie-back is just fabulous! Jxx

annarrow commented on 2009-09-07 13:24:30

Wow...this is just beautiful.....a lovely colour too.

thecrampedhand commented on 2009-09-07 13:51:54

Amazing job

DemonKnit commented on 2009-09-09 20:34:36

fab :)

Category
Knitting
Time Taken
few days
Occasion
Just a personal treat
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