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September wrap up

16th October 2016 | 2 Comments

I cannot believe Tat Days has come and gone!  As always, it was a wonderful experience.  Time spent renewing friendships: thanks Sharon Fawns of Kentucky for being willing to trade that wonderful project bag *handmade* for a copy of the movie “Grumpy Old Men”!  Her craftsmanship is amazing and the colors are perfect for the […]


Tat Days Countdown

14th August 2016 | 0 Comments

    With only 4 weeks to go until Tat Days 2016, I am husting to get all my personal projects finished.   The denim guild shirt has all my tatting samples attached.  I’m happy with the results and will wear it with pride this year.  Today will be spent working up the video.  I’d […]


. . . The Answer has been “To Tat.”

13th July 2016 | 0 Comments

  The project is finally finished!  Last September when Georgia Seitz put out the call for 2016’s Tat Days Scholarship fund raiser, we had choices.  I don’t remember now just what those choices were, but they were put in front of us for consideration.  From the process that followed, the final selection became “Hope Chest” […]


Congratulations Sherry B!

29th September 2014 | 0 Comments

Sherry took a blue ribbon at the Mountain State Fair this month with her entry Lillian’s basket.   She learned the technique at a basketry workshop and embellished the final item with tatting!  How Lovely! Keep up the good work, Sherry!      


New Years

10th January 2014 | 0 Comments

The New Year is always a beginning, full of potential and with endless possibilities for success.  In 2014, the Thread Bears have elected to look at ways to improve our tatting.  So based on 3 things: Sharon Briggs’s 25 Motif Challenge, Wally Sosa’s YouTube video “25 motif challenge,” showing the designs she used to meet such a challenge, […]


5th April 2013 | 0 Comments

Being part of a group has the potential for being a rewarding experience for eveyone involved.  We support each other in our efforts.  Sometimes it is helping a newer tatter overcome a hurdle in their technique.   Sometimes the reward comes from the encouragement or praise for a job or project well done.     Tammy […]


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