Are you having trouble getting that double stitch to flip? Are you making this common beginner’s mistake?
I just found out about this nifty service called Flattr. It is a way to share some love with micropayments. Also a big thank you to my special donors.
Do you need gift ideas for that special tatter in your life? Or do you need a less-than-subtle hint for your holiday gift giver? Here are my top 10 gift ideas for 2011.
For your Thanksgiving leftovers, chew on this challenge. Here’s the beginning of a tiny of a turkey pattern. Can you make it more identifiable as a turkey?
Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for making Tatted Treasures a community of supportive, creative people who share the common love of tatting!
How tight should you make the double stitch? Here are some photos for comparison.
Are you the lucky winner of this super tatting set? Find out now!
Share a picture or story of your best tatting ever, and see what others have done. Whether you’re a new tatter and only have three lumpy rings to choose from, or have been tatting for forty years, I hope you participate.
This patient doily has been waiting for me to finish it for many years, and will finally get its wish. See what it looks like before. What is your preference for stiffening a doily?
Make a fabric journal for your tatted treasures. Take a look at this journal and explore what it inspires you to create.
Mielke’s Fiber Arts is sponsoring a great prize set for this month’s giveaway, and is offering a special bonus coupon for everyone.
Here is another method of hiding thread ends. This time we will weave them back and forth between the stitches.