9 October 2017

Now, where was I?

Ah, at Tat Days in Cambridge.

It was a busy but very satisfying two days. I'm going to put some pictures up so you can all see the fun we were having. There was very little time to take photos, though.

The first is a general view of one of the classrooms.

Second is a few of the raffle prizes which were amazing.

Third is the youngest tatter there although she doesn't know that's what she's going to be when she grows up!!!

Next is what I considered to be the star item in the auction which was conducted (in the final picture) by Vicky and Randy. The tree was spectacular and has gone to a very good home, I believe.


Jane McLellan said...

Seeing photos is as near as I'm going to get, thanks for sharing them!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

It looks like a fun time was had by all, especially the youngest tatter!

God's Kid said...

Looks like a fabulous time!!! :)

Tim Kaylor said...

I seriously considered going to that. I have a passport, but never used it. It was mostly money and time. Probably more time than money. Glad you could make it though.

Kathy Niklewicz said...

Enjoyed the photos in both posts. So good to see you back! That fabric with the tatted motifs on it seems difficult to find now, and I have only seen it on the internet with a red background.

I'm so glad you had a great time, and I'm impressed that you have become quite the traveler!

That tree is fabulous! Lucky recipient! And the little girl is so cute!

Bernice said...

Great pic Jane.

Artisanthropy.ca said...

Aww, the youngest tatter. How could I not comment on her sweetness? ;) Jane, it was wonderful to tat n chat with you. I hope to see you again!

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