"One good thing about IOLI is that there is a convention every year and the location changes every year. So keep watching and there may be a convention near you next year. And don' t forget the local and regional meetings, coming usin Aprilis…"
"Teaching is harder than learning, Sharon. But don't give upon your DH.Take 2 different color threads and demonstrate the chain. Slowly, let him see where the flip happens. I use this method on beginners every time."
"Thanks, Anita, for those kind words.
Elizabeth, you can stop by class when you want or tat on at home. But if you need help or inspiration, class is the place to find it!
Jane, I hope that you have enjoyed your holidays. Class resumes Monday.
Mr. Mark Schaefering contacted me for helping finding a lacemaker to work on this project. He wrote:"I am wanting a table runner 60 inches long and 24 inches wide. I would like the main part of it made of linen with some drawn thread and embroidery work similar to the first pic attached and a wide border ( 3 1/2 inches) of tatted lace. I attached the other two pics just to show what I like. I was also interested to know if the tatting could be made of linen thread rather than cotton. "His…See More
"Hello Tatters,Oct. 27 lesson is posted and it is jammed packed with loads of tatting fun!
From the Nellie Hall Youngburg project we have another edging, a simple one, one shuttle but it has inspired the model tatter to create a bookmark pattern from…"
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