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An Invitation to my PARTY!

Started this discussion. Last reply by TattingChic Jan 1, 2010. 4 Replies

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Angels We Have Heard on High

"love tatting she is beautiful!"
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Silver Maple Leaf Pattern by Karey Solomon in Yarnplayer's Sugar Maple HDT

"Hi, Tatting Chic, the mock big picot are rolling tatting? Very unusual. A very nice work."
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Mulberry Leaf

"A great job of pearl tatting. Congratulations."
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Maple Leaf

"Lovely colors for a lovely motive."
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Oak leaf

"A great job. I'm going to visit your page or blog... you have done beautiful motifs in tatting. Congratulations"
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What type of textile arts are you interested in?
I love to tat and have been for 29 years. I love making the lace and teaching how to do it. I have a tatting blog called "TattingChic". Go ahead and click on the link for it if you are interested in checking it out. I love visitors to my tatting blog!
What's your favorite type of needlework?
I learned the basic double stitch and ring (tatting) from my Mother when I was a teenager. The rest I learned from books and then in the late 90's to now I've learned more advanced skills online!
Please feel free to tell us a little bit about yourself by way of introduction.
I also love to cross stitch, embroidery, crewel, crochet and knit and I've enjoyed doing some beading. I also enjoy scrapbooking, cake decorating, hiking, mountain biking, and the guitar. Someone once told me "You have too many hobbies!" I disagree...LOL! I don't have near enough! I also love to make handmade cards and write short stories and poetry. I love to learn new things. I also love meeting new people.
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http://www.tattingchic.blogspot.com
Second Website or blog
http://etatters.ning.com/profile/TattingChic

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At 6:06 on June 6, 2010, Shirl said…
Thanks for the comment on my tatting shuttle. They are a joy to make. Hope you are doing well. Since my big move I haven't been keeping up with all my wonderful blog friends. Hope to get on a routine again soon. Take care.
Hugs
Shirl
At 17:01 on April 14, 2010, lucia said…
beautifull,all picturis
At 11:14 on March 6, 2010, Ruth Ann Andres said…
Tatting is amazing...such talent...thanks for sharing
At 21:38 on January 5, 2010, Nola Roberts said…
absolutely lovr your work. idont have the patience to tat these days nola
At 12:07 on January 5, 2010, Susan Elliott said…
Thank you for your nice comments regarding my blog! I'm loving the slideshow that is playing while I'm typing this...the christmas ornaments especially!!!

Happy New Year! xo Susan
At 3:25 on January 3, 2010, Judy B said…
It has been wonderful meeting you here and in the blogging world too ............ and will continue to keep an eye on you in 2010.
At 4:12 on January 1, 2010, Katherine David said…
Thank you for the good wishes, TattingChic. I can't believe you haven't tatted an Iris doiley! I look forward to seeing one fly off your shuttles in 2010, perhaps?
Fascinating reading, your post about the Lydia Pinkham shuttles, I am guessing she was the inspiration behind the song "Lily the Pink" sung by the Scaffold in the sixties? (If you remember back then, LOL)
At 8:23 on December 31, 2009, Tatman said…
Thanks for the well wishes. Hope you and the family have a happy and safe New Year too!
At 2:39 on December 31, 2009, PattyD said…
Hi and Happy New Year! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, too! It's so nice to "see" familiar faces here. Broke fingers on my right hand a couple of weeks ago and just counting the days until I can pick up my shuttle again. I have already tried, but it doesn't work too well. 3 DS in 10 minutes really breaks the rhythm of the work LOL!!
Typing is interesting, too. At least I don't lose my train of thought too much.
At 1:14 on December 31, 2009, Elmsley Rose said…
Thankyou. Yours is too! I wish I could tatt/crochet!
 
 
 

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