Connie has crocheted more snowflakes including some in silver. She tatted a doily using Clarks O.N.T 6-chord Size 30 in a variegated blue using a pattern from the Tat along project. I think it looks marvellous. The motif is also from the Tat along project tatted with J.P. Coats Size 20 Best Six Chord Big Ball and black seed beads. Some kind of glitch deemed some recently uploaded photos inappropriate and deleted them! Bummer. The new pictures show you what a winter wonderland is supposed to look like.
Sapna was wondering what to do with the motif she tatted and she decided to add a collar to it and make it a necklace with matching earrings. It looks marvelous.
Iris has designed earring to go with the olive necklace. Aren't they yummy?
Diane received a gift of some wonderful hats to add to her wardrobe. She tatted an angel over the summer, but she doesn't know who the designer is to credit them. Any ideas? She has another ornament to add to the collection, this one is green. As Christmas is creeping up on her she decided woven bookmarks would go faster than tatting gifts. Maybe she'll add a little tatted motif if she has time.
Bev has tatted a Victorian set snowflake and beaded earrings for Maxine and Kristen from a modified Mary Konior design in DMC size 30 thread. I'm sure the girls will love them.
Kate shares her information on AC adapters. Take it from someone married to an electronics geek, you don't have to use an adapter specifically made for the device as long as the voltage and amps are the right numbers it will work.
Margaret has moved to a new blog where you can see all her motives. Including the completed Lacy Snowman from Monica Hahn's book Christmas Angels and Other Tatting Patterns.
Charlene is immersed in cross stitching.
Melissa has been doing lots of crazy quilting and silk ribbon embroidery with a bit of tatting for accent. She even has some tatting on her tree.