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Tatted lace is made with a shuttle, but needle tatting is recently popular.

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Different Methods of Shuttle Tatting 60 Replies

Recently I attended a lace group.  A lady that teaches tatting was there and was pretty much appalled at my tatting method or technique.  She told me to never teach anyone to tat. Another lady said…Continue

Started by Shirley L. Hays. Last reply by fran Mar 9.

21st Annual Tatting Workshp 7 Replies

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Started by Patti Duff. Last reply by Georgia Seitz Jan 8.

Call for Teachers 1 Reply

The Shuttlebirds Tatting Guild in Spokane, WA, will be holding our 21st Annual Tatting Days and Workshop on May 4-7, 2017. We have a new venue with onsite lodging, new dates and a new schedule with…Continue

Started by Patti Duff. Last reply by Georgia Seitz Aug 10, 2016.

THE LAST SUPPER in tatting 40 Replies

I received an e-mail from someone looking for this piece of tatting that was done in the 1940's.THE LAST SUPPER was tatted in color by Louise Concistre. The piece is huge...12ft x 6 ft!Have anyone of…Continue

Started by Debra J. Last reply by Thomas Venturini Mar 8, 2016.

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Comment by Patti Duff on February 24, 2017 at 8:56pm

Are you ready for spring? Would you like to spend the weekend tatting with others? There is still time to register for the Shuttlebirds 21st Annual Tatting Workshop, May 4-7, in Post Falls, ID. Registration closes on March 27th. We also have scholarships available to help with the cost, but you will have to hurry if you want to apply. The scholarship application deadline is March 1st.“ Full details are available on our website: www.shuttlebirds.com

Comment by Elizabeth Ligeti on January 6, 2017 at 11:09pm

Thanks Georgia. I can certainly see the difference between the 2 methods.  Like all Lacemaking - what works for one person does not work for another. I will let you know how I go - when I eventually get around to trying it out.

There seem to be fewer hours to each day lately - and months to the year, etc.  Ae we being cheated and short-changes somewhere along the line?!!!

Comment by Georgia Seitz on January 6, 2017 at 1:10pm

I used Aunt Ellen's Cluny directions to learn but I suffered from the "death grip" syndrome. In the photo the white leaves are hand held. I had little control as you can see. So I eventually moved over to the hand held loom and then the box loom.

But give them all a try!

http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2001/cluny/gsfirstcluny.jpg

Comment by Elizabeth Ligeti on January 5, 2017 at 9:17pm

Thanks Georgia. those are Very helpful links.  I want to use my hand as the loom, though - I don't need more equipment!!, and the hand is much more portable!!!

I will have a go - when I finish my current project (must get that completed Soon!).

At least, now, I have lots of information on the technique - and there are some patterns, too!!!

Comment by Georgia Seitz on January 5, 2017 at 12:05pm
Comment by Linda S Davies on January 5, 2017 at 2:05am
So glad the video tutorial helped, Elizabeth.
Happy tatting!
Comment by Elizabeth Ligeti on January 4, 2017 at 9:53pm

I am not sure why me email came though twice!!  Your video was very helpful Linda, Masny thanks, - and also thank you for the free pattern I just downloaded - the Classic Doily Patten.  I Love it, and will have a go at it as soon as I finish my current project.

Your tatting is beautiful.

Comment by Linda S Davies on January 4, 2017 at 3:20am
I have a video demonstration on how to make clunies on YouTube. You will find the link for it on my blog www.toptattyhead.blogspot.com
I hope this helps anyone who is struggling.
Comment by Barbara Gordon on January 3, 2017 at 10:05pm

We are at the same point when doing these Cluny's.    I have made them before in BL, but a long time ago now.  I've never tried them in tatting.  

Comment by Elizabeth Ligeti on January 3, 2017 at 8:22pm

I am hoping to learn the Cluny Petal tatting this year.  I can make them in my sleep - just about- in Bobbin Lace, and I understand the weaving part, - but working out the framework over the fingers looks to me to be the hard bit - and then drawing up the threads at the end!!!  I am very stubborn and determined,  so I am sure I will stick with it, and get it going - I hate to be beaten - especially by just a length of thread!!

Any helps will be appreciated!

 
 
 

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