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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 http://columbiadailyherald.com/news/local-news/tatting-away Let’s hear it for the Belles!


Lessons From Shuttlebirds

29th April 2014 | 0 Comments

For a number of years now I have been scrupulously avoiding using the Split Chain Technique.  I have watched YouTube videos on it, read the written version of how to carry it out and just about everything I could on the subject.  Nearly every time attempted was a failure.  But at Shuttlebirds Tatting conference, Jean […]


Shuttlebirds!

25th April 2014 | 0 Comments

So it’s official!! I am off to Shuttlebirds! Without a doubt this is the longest trip I have ever taken!  3 1/2 days on Amtrack to Spokane, Washington to attend the 2014 Shuttlebirds Tatting Conference.  Last fall when Patty invited me to attend, I thought, “Too far; too much time; too many excuses!!”  With a […]


We have WINNERS!!

25th September 2013 | 0 Comments

The 2013 Mountain State Fair proved to be quite a banner event for Thread Bears!  Of the membership, 3 chose to enter a total of 5 tatted pieces.  Four of these were entered in the Tatting Category and the fifth was entered into the Senior Crafts Category.  Here you can see all the Tatting Entries. […]


Tatting Event in the News

7th June 2012 | 0 Comments

Summer brings opportunities for travel, fun and education. This Saturday there’s going to be a Heritage day hosted at a Mount Airy historic site in which tatters will be demonstrating! Too busy to go myself, but thought others might be interested from various perspectives. Historic Farm to Host Heritage Day Saturday


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