I’m excited to be teaching at the International Organization of Lace‘s convention in Spokane, Washington from July 21-July 26, 2019.
Check back here in December to see images of the projects for:
- A502 De-Mystifying Cluny Tatting (12 hour morning class)
- A602 Elements of Beanile Lace (12 hour afternoon class)
View photos of an exceptionally creative round robin doily from 1998, notable for its use of multiple colors and asymmetry.
Some examples of tatted cluny leaves and links to some ways to make them.
A listing of books and magazines containing patterns with cluny leaves from 1917 to 2003.
In the on line tatting community in the mid-1990's, a popular activity was called "round robin tatting." A group of tatters would decide on project parameters, and each would start a project and mail it and the thread (and pattern, if any) to the next on the list. Eventually a finished project made it back to the person who started it.