14 September 2016

Tatting in South Carolina

I'm staying (along with Joanie) with Gloria in the most beautiful setting on the side of Lake Murray. 

Yesterday (along with Bonnie) we decided to tackle one of the patterns in All New Knotless Tatting by Dora Young.  Can't tell you how much fun it is to tat the same thing LIVE with good friends.  Below is the first of seven motifs which will join together to make a truly pretty doily.

When Joanie showed me the doily she'd made I honestly didn't recognise it as tatting.  Seeing it inspired BC3 to have to make one too!



8 comments:

  1. y'all have fun tatting together! ;)

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  2. Joanie. Make sure you send that pattern this side of the water!!! Or at least, how to find it! And look after BC3 while Jane is there, otherwise he'll throw a hissy fit and leave her luggage!! Lol

    Hope she's behaving herself... If she isn't I'll come next time!! Lol

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  3. What a beautiful place.

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  4. That is a unique tatted piece!!! :)
    I would love to see how it's done!! :)

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  5. It looks idyllic- so peaceful. How wonderful to be able to sit and enjoy that view and tat with friends.

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  6. The motif is reminiscent of "Windmills" by Mary Konior. Beautiful.

    It was so good to see you again!

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  7. Enjoy your visit! It sure looks peaceful there.

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  8. That's an amazing piece of tatting! Lovely scenery, too.

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