We are here to encourage tatters. Our classes meet weekly online (see info below) looking at how to tat patterns. What’s tatting? Making lace with a shuttle or needle and thread. To join any of our classes, email Georgia at AKTATTER@aol.com
To submit pictures of your tatting, please send .png or .jpg files to firstname.lastname@example.org crediting the designer and including any other information of interest.
Our schedule for Monday classes is posted on the 2017 index at http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2017/2017index.html
Our Tuesday classes have resumed. Contact Sue if interested.
And for the Beginner Thursday classes, we will repeat the series each month using the 4th and/or 5th Thursday to look at intermediate techniques.
on Monday:Regular Class
on Tuesday: Tatting Designers
on Thursday: Beginner Tatting
All Classes begin at 3 pm and again at 8:30 pm EDT (New York Time)
With the exception of Beginning Needle Tatting, held 1/2 hour prior to both the Monday Class and the Beginner Class (Thursday).
Schedule for these classes will typically be:
Week 1 Meet and Greet and Lesson 1
Week 2 Lesson 2
Week 3 Lesson 3
Weeks 4 and 5–when there is a 5th Thursday–are open questions and additional techniques
We have a collection of videos for both needle and shuttle techniques on Youtube. Tamie has created videos for the beginning class. Please follow these links to the channel:
Tat-alongs of Awareness Star of Hope by Kathy Hodge and Tatted Flower Brooch by Linda S Davies.
Thank you Tamie for all your hard work to keep tatting alive!
Design class material can be found at: http://www.tattedthreads.com/designersclass/tattingdesigners.html (this site currently being updated)
For information about our classes visit: http://www.georgiaseitz.com . Material for Monday class can be found on that page by clicking on the year index link above.
Please send corrections to information posted using the submission address. Our hardworking webmaster, Melanie Cervi, makes every effort to keep our blog interesting and accurate. Thank you for her hard work to keep tatting alive!