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Carolyn, Ginny, Tara and Bina, would like to continue providing the class with a program for the remainder of the summer...We hope those who are taking a break are safe and enjoying themselves despite the heat in some parts...
Schedule subject to change
Aug 17/18 Georgia's Mum's for beginner practice for our newbie's and beginners and open tatting discussion for all skill levels to bring your questions, suggestions and milestones to share.
Aug 24/25 We will revisit Jeanne Lugert's 3D Roses, if you missed them the first time you will surely enjoy this innovative use of split rings to create a wonder accent in your work.
Aug 31/1 Labor Day Weekend Off - classrooms will be open and moderated for open discussion only.
Sept 7/ 8 Carolyn's Simple Bookmark and Parrot Bookmark Needle tatters are especially encouraged to attend as Carolyn is a very talented needle tatter and would happy to answer any questions you may have.
Sept 14/15 Carolyn's Simple Bookmark and Parrot Bookmark A second great pattern by Carolyn Groves.
Sept 21 / 22 Ginny Weathers will hold open discussion in my absence in both classrooms
Sept 28 / 29 Tara's Beaded BraceletTara Hamilton has for us a colorful and fun bracelet of her own design with beads. Bravo Tara!
Please stop by the class and continue to share ideas to help to help us all with any tatting questions.
NO CLASS Labor Day weekend Aug. 31/Sept. 01 but the room will be open to visit and chat. Sheron Goldin will be translating some of the patterns from the old book Riet used and which Inneke Kuiperji sent for the class to share. Then in Oct. we have Nina Libin's "Practice in Design". An instruction lesson on the basics of Oya lace with Banu Turfan, and Designs in Tatting!
The Palmettos Tatters Guild is giving the Monday night international access online tatting class a permanent home. Please visit their site for more links. Palmetto Tatters' Guild
Have YOU got a pattern to share??? Any questions? You are welcome to email me.
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