Posts Tagged ‘ tatting ’

We used to have monthly lessons . . .

15th March 2021 | 0 Comments

For several years, as a group Thread Bears conducted monthly lessons that revolved around various techniques that hopefully would help grow each members’ practice. Sometimes the lesson revolved around a specific need that a member had that might allow them to complete a project and at other times, the lesson was a general explanation and […]

The Challenges of Stiffening Tatting

13th January 2021 | 0 Comments

Tatting evolves through several stages between the conception of the project and its completion. Selecting shuttles or needle, choosing thread and other materials such as beads, findings and so on are all part of the process. Once completed, the loose ends have to be dealt with and if it is to be used as part […]

Super Finds!

31st December 2020 | 0 Comments

It’s not often that I get to spend an afternoon in an antique mall, but today for the first time in several years, it happened. The Mall is a customer of ours and was in need of some computer technical support. The day was busy (good for the mall) and that meant that the computer […]

Pearls for Justice Ginsburg

3rd November 2020 | 0 Comments

It may have been on Facebook, I’m not sure, but a challenge to wear a pearl on Election Day, 2020 in honor of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was sent out to our citizens. This is what I’ll be wearing in her honor November 3, 2020: I don’t remember where I got the pattern […]

It’s That Time of Year. . .

21st December 2019 | 0 Comments

As a group, we have been involved in 2 projects over the past several months. I’m only going to address one of them at this time because it’s time for the Monte Vista Hotel’s benefit to the Swannanoa Valley Christian Ministries known as “Deck the Trees.” The Thread Bears have been a part of this […]

News from Southern Belles

29th July 2014 | 0 Comments

One of Palmetto Tatting Guild’s palm fronds has received some well deserved publicity Check out Let’s hear it for the Belles!