Sue tatted the Ruffle-Edged Snowflake from Tatted Snowflakes by Vida Sunderman and she liked the way it looked without the final round so she started a second one. She may have to do more for her daughter who really liked it.
Agasunset has some more pieces with skull decoration and she's working in black which seems to suit her mood. The Art Deco piece she's working on in purple is coming along. Paula tatted two more crosses and finds that she is learning something new each time.
Liz tatted this motif found on the Lady Lace Tatting blog which she tatted in Lizbeth thread.
IsDihara will tat a heart originally designed by Myrtle Hamilton in honour of International Tatting Day. Myrtle Hamilton was a prolific designer who passed away in 2003 at the ripe old age of 104. The heart, shown here was done by Terry Mcguffin who re-wrote the pattern to incorporate split rings and chains so that it could be tatted continuously, without all of the cut and ties in the original design.
Martha has been trying to blog at least once a week, but although she's been tatting, and there's lots of evidence of tatting. There still isn't anything finished to show.
Sherry's tatting has been taking a different form lately. First of all there's the new copper shuttle. Then, there's a set of hook pens with an entire doily design split up into slivers on each pen. Finally there are some new green ware designs with embossed tatting.