the 10th Annual Tatting Day.
The Frosty Fun projects
were designed + taught
by Kaye B. Judt.
IMO - Kaye is a positive and encouraging instructor.
She is so patient + demonstrates WELL.
I would watch her, try it + next thing I know,
.... "I GET IT!"
Thx Kaye - you are the best.
Jack Frost + Onion Ring Snowflake c. Kaye B. Judt, 2010.
One project had split ring + split chain technique
(new to me; however, I think can manage with instructions in front of me).
The other project had onion skin join
(which I need much practice).
The blue edging (c. Kaye B. Judt, 2010)
was a tatting contest.
Participants had 15 min to tat the pattern.
The winner had the longest edge.
(I made it thru the pattern in 15 minutes - it is all good.
I'm sure my GFs who know me well,
are laughing knowing how slowly I accomplish ANYTHING)
Such beautiful tatting on display
of show-n-tell items & challenge items,
brought by participants. Inspires me
to try harder and create more!
IMO, Jennifer does a
nice job acquiring the tatting fibers, books,
supplies, + fun notions we enjoy using.
of goodies: a window cling, letter opener (w/post its), jar opener,
special fiber, + additional supplies for the projects.
I chose a needle tat DVD as door prize.
You never know, I may give it a try!
Jennifer, you out-did yourself.
Thx for being you + hosting such a