NancyD had a request for tatted bookmarks that could be put in Bibles. One with the colors of a rainbow, with white on top for which she used Tat-Man's shuttle pattern because it looked most like a cloud. The other one has a "D" for Desiree the bookmark's recipient.
Katherinne has completed one side of the edging and laid it on the hat to see how it looks. She's not sure whether she should stop here or add the second row.
IsDihara has a mixed media project she is working on using Tunisian Crochet and Broomstick Lace and Tatting. Her first trial was done in size 20 Flora in white and the second in size 40 Lizbeth, Navy #654, Ecru #603 and Marble #121.
Wanda used an antique motif as a basis for a doily using DMC Cebelia size 30 in ecru.
Bonnie doesn't have a lot of tatting time and when Diane tatted Stumpy bookmarks and commented on how quick and easy they were, she had to do some for herself.
Fox was going to make a bracelet with beads but it turned into a bookmark. She started with a Mary Konior design and Coron thread but switched to Altin Basak #50 and the heart pattern by Cathy Bryant when the first design was too chunky and finished it off with Karey Solomon's Broad-Shouldered Heart. Her next project was Tammy Rogers's Maple Leaf in the two variegated threads. The motif that caused IsDihara such aggravation was done with the left over thread on the shuttles. The blue Coron thread she received is being used for a new project.