I promissed I would eventually explain “Cellebrate the butterfly!” Well, here is what it is all about. Learning and struggling and tatting and becoming a new person.
All work and no play makes this girl as cranky as Mother Hubbard after the gin ran out. So in the spirit of trying something new, and having good fun with friends, I’d like to propose an online tatting scavenger hunt. Are you ready for the challenge?
Please don’t shoot me if I look like an evil robot. That’s not my intention, and I don’t want to …
Do you want to see a feature-length video tutorial on blocking your tatted project, or just the “best-of” version? Also, I’ve got a little game for you, and you might win a prize!
Tatted Treasures is 6 months and 100 posts old! Here is a little preview of what is coming in the next 6 months.
What would you do if you were surrounded by a room full of gorgeous thread and were told you could take them all home…but there’s a catch. You only have a backpack and it also has to fit your clothes, books and toothbrush. What do you do?
One of the most common complaints I hear from tatters is that tatting is a dying art. Here’s why I think tatting is alive and well, and my plan to keep it going.
What are your tatting goals for 2012? Here are a few of mine.
I’ve always been sensitive to light and had difficulty reading, writing, doing math, music, tatting, for my whole life. Now I know why, and how to make it better…
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.