20 November 2017

Things will be slow

I'm afraid things may slow down for a few days on the blog.  
I'm hoping not but I am struggling with the TIAS (Tat It And See) 2018 .  In fact I think this will be the last TIAS.  

11 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I learn so much from your TIAS! I know I've only completed three of them, but I do enjoy the challenge!

Jane Eborall said...

Everything has it's 'time', Diane. I feel it's time to pull out now. People seem to prefer 'tatalongs' nowadays. I've enjoyed it immensely too.

Pigmini said...

You can't give up!! We will all have to put our thinking caps on and come up with suggestions!!!! What will we do in January/February for fun???

Elizabeth said...

I have enjoyed doing all 0f your TIAS. I will certainly be sorry to see it go so I will be looking forward to the last one. Love you and all your designs.

TeresaW said...

I hope you will continue the TIAS. I do enjoy them and have gone back to all just recently. I’m re-Tatting all on white to create ornaments for a TIAS tree.

Mary Clary said...

Oh, I hope not. Just recently someone suggested a tat-along for January and several,of us suggested February after your TIAS!

Jane Eborall said...

Well, Mary, you'll be able to have a tat along anytime of the year after the TIAS!!! You never know - I MAY do another one day.

Phyllis said...

Oh Nooooooooo. Isn't your TIAS a tatalong!. I have learned so much and look forward to them. If it comes to be, perhaps someone will step in to continue your tradition.

Maureen said...

When it stops being fun for you, and begins to cause worry, then it is time to stop.You gave me my rabbit! and I think I've done them all except for Norman and the hippopotamus. I tatted Norman later on, though.
I always look forward to them each year, and will enjoy the game in 2018.

Bernice said...

Your TIAS joined together so many tatters across the world. I realize that all good things come to an end and can't thank you enough for all the ones I've had the privilege of being a participant in. Looking forward to TIAS 2018.

craftie sylvie said...

It must be huge work to plan and design everything! I agree with Phyllis, your TIAS is a Mystery Tat-Along. As there are numerous MKALs and MCALs on Ravelry. They are very popular, like your "MTAL". I've learnt a lot thanks to you, and the thrill of the discovery by installments adds to the fun :) I'll be there with my thread and shuttles when TIAS 2018 begins.

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