Gail has been tatting through the summer but has had to share computer time so she wasn't blogging. She did manage to create the beautiful doily from the front of the Burda book. Isn't it gorgeous?
Tami has been working on a really stunning quilt and has finished an outfit and the bindings for a quilt for her granddaughter and grew some really weird broccoli.
Ruth is on the move again, but she popped in long enough to post a picture of her butterfly collection.
Mark has posted some videos taken of him at work. The indoor fish and outdoor fish were introduced and now he has lots of little fishies. Meanwhile he's still got a lot of tatting to get done for the Palmetto Tat days
Laura tatted the chatelaine from my last newsletter in a vibrant red. Then she decided having everything attached to the chatelaine made it too heavy so she started again and did a slight modification to hold only one implement. The weight is one of the reasons I attach mine to my belt or the strap of my purse. Carol's Heartline edging was just too sweet to resist so Laura had to try it out. Charlene has been tatting butterflies for the Palmetto's Tat Days and more recently she used Marilee's hand dyed threads to make a cross and butterfly. She used Finca for the tatted baskets and DMC for another cross. Melissa has just passed her one year blogiversary and she's finally into her new home and busy unpacking everything.
Sherry has been working on tatted note cards to include with her sales. What a charming idea. She spent some time in San Diego and had a chance to see lots of things including the beluga whales and orchids.