"Chrysanthemum broken spiders, being worked in a tape lace, doesn't have enough pairs to work on the diagonal like normal spiders.
Attached is a picture of worked broken spiders. Instead of working two groups of threads through each other…"
"The technical differences between Torchon and s'Gravensmoerse lace is in how the half stitch is made and the use of honeycomb which looks different because of the 45 degree pricking instead of the 60 degree point ground pricking. The…"
Patty: when you are ready with your text on Celtic tatting I suggest that you create a DISCUSSION in the TATTING GROUP. That will allow you to post any diagrams, photos or whatever. You can even attach a file pdf docx gif jpg. I look forward to it.
Patty thank you,I am as new as fish out of water,but I already see a difference in the rings I am making going to take pics then you will see,lololo but I love it already,and I hope to start something new in my family to pass down to them,again thank u
Patty: thanks for pointing our the reference to needlelacetalk in one of my NOTES. I copied the text from the other group. I thought I had caught all the wrong references, but apparently not. I have fixed it.
That wasn't a software issue, it was a Lorelei not reading everything she writes carefully enough -- issue.
You can post your IOLI convention tatting class as an EVENT, if you wish. The point is not so much to bring you students (you may have enough already, but to inform the world of the kinds of classes that are available. The wide range of what is going on.
Nice to see you here, and Welcome. Please read all the NOTES, which explain our policies, and how the software works. Join whatever groups interest you. Post some photos of your lace. If you have any questions, contact me and I'll try to help. Lorelei aka "ioli"