Welcome to our online tatting scavenger hunt, part three! If you haven’t already, take a look at the entries from week one and week two. I really liked Shannon’s cat-face-O-shuttles, and am proud of Deb for taking the plunge and joining in. Will you join us this week?
Here’s a quick reminder of how it works:
Each week during the month of March I’ll post a set of five challenges for things to find or do, and then you can find or make something for one or some or all of them. (Please give credit to any designers/authors whose work you show off!) Get creative!!!
As I post each set of challenges, anyone who would like to play along can post pictures of your “entry.” If you have a blog you can post them there, or on Flicker or another photo service. Leave a link to your entry in the comments section for each post so we can keep a comprehensive list of who is playing, and we can all enjoy checking out all the entries. Here are the first entries and the second.
I hope this will be a little something different and a fun way to play with tatting.
And now, here are your second scavenger hunt challenges: (do whichever you like)
- Sketch an idea for a tatted motif that incorporates a heart (or a square for extra brownie points) in the design.
- Tatting that is patriotically supporting your native/favorite country.
- A newsletter from a tatting or lacemaking guild or convention.
- Something with feathers.
- A flower motif. Just because it is spring (or suppossed to be).
If you’d like to join the fun, leave a comment below.
Remember to come back and comment with a link to your entry.