In this first of a new series of posts, I’ve got a real treat for you. A gorgeous display of calligraphy letters to inspire new ways to show off your tatting.
The memory card with today’s video tutorial (and the next two) on it got corrupted and I need to re-film them this weekend. Also news about this month’s giveaway.
What do I love about handmade shuttles? Take a look at this beautiful hand carved solid oak shuttle by Dave of Grizzly Mountain Arts.
How long should your picots be if the pattern does not specify? Here is how I plan picot length.
Continuing the last lesson on reading patterns, this tutorial adds chains, very small picots, rosettes and rounds with shuttle and ball thread and two shuttles.
My tatted doily took second place at the 2011 New Mexico State Fair.
How to keep your tension tight after reversing work, or between each ring and chain.
The InTatters forum hosted a “Challenge Yourself Exchange,” and I learned how to do frontside/backside tatting, and received a beautiful example of split rings.