Kat tatted Patchwork from "Tatting with Visual Pattern" by Mary Konior tatted in Lizbeth size 20 Country Turquoise Med.
Sue has been working on Sarah's Heart by Teri Dusenbury in Lizbeth Caribbean thread size 20 and purple seed beads for her daughter whose name is also Sarah. Then she did This 'n' Tat-Snowflake III from Lisa C. Trumble also in Lizbeth Caribbean size 20 and the tiny purple beads. Sarah's Heart has been finished with some minor adjustments. The top center chains are supposed to attach to the tops of the rings next to them, but it was easier for her to join them between the rings. The Curds and Whey edging is now 7 inches long.
Anne has 1/10th of the last row left in this photo of the reconstruction and it will be done and ready to block.
Fox had to give the square motif IsDihara was working on a try when she got this injury. (The worst thing about tatting injuries is that they sometimes keep us from tatting.) The first motif worked so well, that now she's doing it again with the colours reversed and adding beads.
Heather has also suffered an injury, this one inflicted by a dog. She still managed to tat one of Martha's critters, a black and white skunk.
Kelly has also been injured in a slip and fall. Ouch! It does make for some tatting time though. This is one of the finished hankies for the bridal store with an edging in Lizbeth size 20 thread. She's thinking of charging $25 for it, what do you think?
Shirl found the pattern for this green and pink edging in the May/June 2010 issue of Piecework magazine and it was from Irene Buckland’s sample book of tatting.Tatted in Lizbeth cotton Leaf Green Lt, and Dusty Rose Lt in size 20.