Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Greater MIlwaukee Tatting Guild, fun with friends

Me wearing tatted flower hair clip
 A nice relaxing time was spent at the Mayfair Mall food court, tatting, looking at pattern books, admiring tatted works, visiting with tatting friends, and meeting new friends!

Khomi brought visitors from India. They were very interested in how I add beads to tatting, so I gave some demonstrations. I explained that I learned most of the techniques of adding beads to tatting from the website of Jane Eborall!

My large red tatted flower hair clip and red tatted earrings called for a profile photo of me :)

Tatting by Sue Anna
Sue Anna brought more of her beautiful completed pieces to admire: a Spinning Wheel mat from the pattern by Mary Konior, a Rotation pendant in red, white, and blue, earrings from the Nouveau set pattern, and more. She also had another Spinning Wheel mat in progress, in hand dyed thread from the Sugar Maple batch.
Barbara G. brought more of her beautiful work, that we had seen at the Tollway Tatter's meeting the previous week - but I didn't get photos of it either time, aw, shucks!

Ana worked on a Wondrous Window pendant from my Up and Tat 'Em book.
Sue Anna's work in progress

Chocolate was available in plentiful supply, courtesy of Sue Anna :)



Madtatter80 said...

Another wonderful time to be had! And once again I say, wish I was there! This all looks great!And good lighting there too.

God's Kid said...

Looks like such fun!! :)

Fox said...

So jealous...
Lonely in Canada. : (

Sally Kerson said...

Again enjoyed seeing the photographs of other tatters.
Your jewellery set in black and red is very impressive

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I am determined to make it to Milwaukee one of these days. Of course now I'll have to wait until school is out!

Looks like a great time was had by all!

Jane McLellan said...

Looks like great fun. Love your hair decoration!

Margarets designer cards said...

You all look as if you had fun, I wish we had something like this in the UK, perhaps one day I will make it over the pond to see you.