Sunday, December 21, 2008

Fahrenheit's Fantasy and All The Trees

I'm not exactly a fan of Fahrenheit, but with Keppel Night's 50% off the tickets for the group's Fantasy World Tour concert on last Friday night, I guess it was a steal. From the crowd, fans were mostly young girls, eager to catch a glimpse of their handsome idols. Yes, all will agree they are young and handsome. The phenomenal 'Super Boy-band' is currently the hottest Chinese act that is taking the world by storm. The group comprises of Aaron Yan, Wu Chun, Calvin Chen, and Jiro Wang. and they are so popular that they have even conquered the non-mainstream Chinese territories such as Indonesia, Thailand, Japan and Korea! As I don't follow the latest Chinese pops, I couldn't really appreciate all the songs, though some were nice. I could see the boys put in a lot of effort for their songs, but personally, I felt that 4 person's effort were not as good as veteran Andy Lau. Nevertheless, it was an eye-opener for my 2 children.

And for a good whole month, I'm tatting almost nothing else but all these little trees for Christmas gifts, well, not all finished yet, and still rushing a few more!


TattingChic said...

Okay, from ALL those photos you've posted of that group I'm supposed to believe that you're "not exactly a fan" of them???
....ahem....RIGHT!!!! ;)

Your bookmarks are all so beautiful! Lucky people who get to receive them!!! You've been very busy. How do you get it all done? What with all your teeny-bopper concerts and tatting, where do you find time to eat and sleep!?! ;)

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

Wow...that's a LOT of tatted trees! Great job!

Gina said...

You're tatting in your sleep, right? LOL!

Merry Christmas!

'RainbowRose' Connie Faulconer said...

My Ellen,,,you have been one busy tatter for sure. Those are pretty bookmarks!

singtatter said...

Thank you for the compliments on the tatted trees! Yep, I tatted everywhere I go and till I can almost tat them in my sleep! Sure hope they are appreciated!

Singtatter said...

Hi Barbara,

Thanks for taking an interest in the tree motif. I have sent the pdf file to you. It is still one of my favourite patterns to tat for Christmas. It should tat up pretty fast if you have no issue with split ring and split chain. Otherwise, it would be a good exercise to work on these 2 techniques!

Barbara Gordon:
I just love the little motif tree, and I would love to have the pattern. I tried saving it, but it was very small. Please send it to: