This post is a long time in coming, and I beg your forgiveness for keeping the story’s ending in suspense. …
Preferably in the sink when it is intentional. Not in the shower because you forgot to take them off. They …
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.
This week half the class learned how to make rings in addition to chains, and I ponder introducing needle tatting to those still struggling with the double stitch.
Here’s a trick to keep your working thread in place when you relax your hand to make the flip in tatting. It saves the circulation in your little finger, too!
Here’s my next motif in the 25 Motif Challenge, another beautiful golden motif from Lyn Morton’s book. The giveaway for her Christmas tatting pattern book, Oren Bayan thread and beads closes tonight! Also an exciting update on my computer situation and my Irlen diagnostic is today.
How to block your tatted project once you are finished making it. That is, how to get any wrinkles and dips out of it, and get all the rings and chains going in the direction they are supposed to, so it is presentable for public display.
Are you ready for another giveaway? Tatting & Design is sponsoring this faabulous giveaway prize pack. Enter to win a Lyn Morton pattern book, Oren Bayan metallic thread and a pack of iridescent beads to make elegant Christmas motifs.