Anne has been posting some lovely sunset and sunrise pictures and has kept up with her knitting projects. Whether, tatting,knitting or crocheting, it's always the same with large projects. The bigger they get, the longer it takes to complete a row.
Norma continues to work on the TAST challenge and she has been experimenting with dyeing some cloth. She attended the 41st Virginia Mennonite Relief Sale Quilt Auction with her son and posted some lovely pictures of the quilts they saw.
Kelly got an opportunity to tat some awareness ribbons and she'll post pictures when she's had time to block them.
Mark spent a hot weekend demonstrating at one of the local heritage shows and had several familiar visitors come to sit and tat with him. Mark was asked to make a pair of doilies by a friend and he has chosen to tat "Mom's Pink Doily" from Nancy's Bestitched web site. One down, one to go.
Marty tatted Lucky Clover from the Blomqvist and Persson book in "Jewel of the Nile" King Tut quilting thread. It measures about 6.25 inches (16 cm) in diameter. She doesn't have plans for it so it might end up as a gift.Melissa shares some CQ treasures she received, a purse she created with a pair of CQ blocks, and a tutorial on how to make a Spiderweb Rose in silk ribbon embroidery.