This week’s news includes a winner, a thank you and a new giveaway prize.
This tiny tatted cross from Elizabeth’s Lace will make a perfect gift for a lady.
This tutorial with video shows how to start tatting with two threads and hide ends in a way that creates less bulk. Also covers hiding ends under picots.
Here’s a question for experienced tatters: What does a beginning tatter need to learn to be successful? For beginning tatters: what do you struggle with, and what do you want to learn?
Are you having trouble getting your picot to stay where you want it to? Is the first half of your picot knotting up? Here’s a tip to put that picot in its place.
This tutorial, with video, shows you how to add a second thread to your tatting project after you have begun tatting and how to hide the ends, including a pattern to try your new skill.
My entry in City Crafter Challenge Blog’s challenge # 73. This week’s theme is Easy as 123: 1 ribbon, 2 or more words, 3 butterflies.
Do you have a shuttle with a pointy end that pokes you? Or one with a hook that catches thread? Here’s a few tips on how to hold your shuttle to minimize frustration.