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Homework submitted 11-22-2021

It’s a great feeling to finish off a large project. I’m happy to share these photos of Beginner’s Doily by HarolahHala:

Classes are on break now until January 2022. We have some exciting changes to our teaching staff, website and this blog. Stay tuned!

Have a wonderful Holiday season!!

Homework submitted 11-19-2021

We will be taking a break from new classes, but not from giving you a window into our lace. Check back each week for pictures of what the students are looking at and creating.

Beginner Doily designed by HarolahHala tatted by Deb Cox

This round of the doily pattern is stretching the skills of the Beginning group. Intermediate and Advanced tatters will recognize split rings and Josephine Knot or Ring. We’ll be seeing more of this pattern soon!

Enjoy the break and see you in class *next year*!!

Homework submitted 11-17-2021

The Beginner Doily by HarolahHala has inspired quite a variety of colors:

This week finishes classes until mid-January. Please continue to send in photos. Posting will be done as time permits.

Have a wonderful Holiday season!

Homework submitted 11-15-2021

More onion rings have been flying in; including a butterfly!

The next part of the Beginner Doily designed by HarolahHala:

See you in class!

Homework submitted 10-12-2021

Our tatters have been delving into creating onion rings:

The Beginning Doily designed by HarolahHala is tempting people to tat away:

Check back soon to see what the next round will look like!
See you in class!

Homework submitted 11-10-2021

Our classes are continuing to focus on techniques. Here is an example of using a loop of thread to hid ends:

tatted by Kaylyn

Here are progress pictures of Beginner Doily designed by HarolahHala:

We’re halfway through this series of classes. Next up is a long break. Just in time to tat up a few snowflakes or other gifts!
See you in class!!

Homework Sbumitted 11-8-2021

We start today with pictures of Beginner Doily designed by Harolah:

Tasneem P. has been practicing trefoils. These look great!

recognize this from the above pattern?

Another bit of practice photos. The first three are from Laura Kimura-Foreman and the bottom photo is from Mary Jane B.

I gain courage from looking at how other people solve the hiding ends puzzle. Finished lace is nice to study also!

See you in class!

Homework Submitted 11-5-2021

Our first week of classes is in the can. And here is what the students have tatted:

Tatted Handkerchief Edging S-271 from Coats & Clark Edgings Book no. 288 tatted by Jackie with Lizbeth size 10 thread in color #190.
Opus 1 designed and tatted by Laura Kimura in size 20 thread
Beginner Doily designed by HarolahHala and tatted by Deb Cox

We’ve got 2 more weeks of classes before a long break. Bring your questions and get those needles and shuttles ready for lace.

See you in class!

Homework submitted 11-3-2021

Classes have started meeting again for our short series. Come join us!

Starting off our picture parade is Twilliams’ version of Sand dollar pendant & earrings adapted by Kendra Goodnow:

This design by HarolahHala is labeled Beginner Doily. These two look quite nice!

See you in class!

Class Material 11-1-2021

Classes are starting back up this week for a short series. Today, the beginner class will look at Thrown Off Rings.

See you in class!