Sunday, June 10, 2007

Embellishing Scarves and Bags with Tatting

EeKoon is working on stitching and beading and knitting and is making a valiant, but apparently hopeless attempt at de-stashing. It seems to be a recurrent theme for many of us; take up hobby, obsess over hobby, look for ways to control obsession, repeat.

Melissa made the "Tudor Rose" motif in Lyn Morton's book "Tatting Patterns" in size 10 Cebelia. She plans on using it to decorate her bag for the Tatting Treasures from Trash challenge. Which reminds me, I need to get my bag made.
Sherry has been playing around with her lilac pattern trying different things. They all look good to me!
Wendy has been busy with lost of things like going to Vegas to visit her sister and buying a new house, but she managed to do a redwork embroidered Southern Belle for an exchange.

Anne has just joined the challenge and her blog is in Norwegian but she will be adding a section in English for those of us linguistically challenged. Anne bought some thread to use for the demos on her web page and decided to buy some more thread and knit a scarf with it. She's going to add tatted edgings on the ends and some tatted motifs to decorate it.

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