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Georgia Seitz Ribbonwinners
Tatting Patterns & Shuttles
1227 CR 1760 E
Greenup Illinois USA
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March 30, 2015

I will not be able to join the class today. However, I have a couple of challenges to offer. Please review the following images found online and determine how they are tatted. Good luck.

Notice the gracefully curving picots joined from one chain to another. How did Grace do that?

doily by grace chrys (designed by weed) #Moldiv #tatting #handmade #doily #handcraft

This is a challenge photo given to me by Dan Rusch-Fischer. I give it to tat days students who finish their work before the rest of the class. There is more than one way to achieve this big picot but find the easiest most direct method
big picot by Dan Rusch-Fischer

This challenge is by Ruth Perry. See how she takes a celtic picot and gives it the look of a butterfly?

celtic butterfly picot by Ruth Perry

And how did Ruth Perry get these picots knotted up in the center??

interlocking picots by Ruth Perry

Any questions? You are welcome to email me: AKTATTER@aol.com

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