Eva participated in a Christmas in July exchange and shows the items she received.
Clyde almost has his doily finished. As soon as it's done he'll be able to post a picture.
Sharon posted a picture of some wedding tatting she did a while ago. Happy Anniversary to me!
With some coaching from Jeanne, Emma is now a Certified Therapy Dog. Congratulations to both of you.
Laura has finally unveiled the hanky she made for her daughter. It's just gorgeous.
Melissa tatted this Hens and Chicks pattern with DMC Cordonnet Special in Ecru size 70 to fancy up her collar. The short pieces for the sides worked up quickly and now she needs to do the longer piece to go around the back. At least she can wear it now with the 2 sides done.
Sherry did Jeanne Lugert's 3-D Rose Pattern with beads in pink although pink is not her favourite colour. What colour would you make a rose? They're either white, yellow, pink or red. She picked up the beads from a store with an amazon mascot and apparently Sherry speaks fluent bird because the avian seems to have fallen in love with her.
Wendy has posted the Mini Aprons for the MJF Mini Apron swap. The aprons are reversible and have been made with antique tatting, crochet and bias tape.
While waiting for the next installment of the mystery stole and the latest Harry Potter book Anne has made a pair of wrist warmers.
Laurie tatted this butterfly in between picking raspberries and reading Harry Potter. The butterfly is from the July 19th entry for the Tatting Pattern calendar and has been cropped so as not to distract you with mouthwatering raspberries and the cover of HP.Sarah completed one edging in a variegated orange in the Hens and Chicks pattern and started Wendy's antique edging is size 20 variegated blue. She's also been playing with a new hairpin lace tool.