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Monday, November 4, 2013

Mistakes are Made

Here is small pile

practice with beads and split rings the green is one shuttle pulled loop by Russian authors last name Stepnaya, Kleymenova, Kurbatskaya, and Demidova 

I saw some cute dolls on flicker long ago and thought I would try to make some to using scraps too (sorry can't remember the name of the lady)

Last but not least I spent some time on saturday teaching a friend how to tat and she got it! and I was so happy! She allowed this photo to be taken and her last name is Boggs :)
I say that because in futureI sure we will be seeing pictures of her stuff!
Oh yea size 3 lizbeth works great for teaching!

12 comments:

  1. Lots of tatted pieces for other uses. Looks like you have been tatting a lot!! It's great that you are teaching someone else!! :)

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  2. Those mermaids are so cute! My youngest would go crazy for that. How fun.

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  3. Save the pineaples for me, please, I can see one on the top. Well done Bogs, it is not easy to make the first flip!

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    1. I'll send that to you, I ran out of that color thread,and I do want to finish one one of these days:)

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  4. Bits can be used up for all sorts, great mermaid,
    Yay another tatter, well done bogs
    Margaret

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    1. It is a good feeling when they get it and you can tell she is not going to stop!

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  6. Mistakes are necessary to learning. Since I read that, I haven't minded mistakes so much. Those 'mistakes' look as though they could be used for something. Good you've been able to teach someone else to tat, well done to you both!

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  7. I love the mermaid doll, what a good idea, its always tricky finding different things to do with tatting.
    Briony
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  8. Yes it is, and like you, it's fun to put it with quilting.

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  9. Hi,
    I left you a comment on my blog re your question, I think if you contact Kristen she might be able to help you.
    Margaret

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