Applause For Tatters!
The silver lining in this thunderhead is that the persistent anonymous commenter has been left behind with the old URL - and good riddance!
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The Lucky Clover is growing and I have added beads to join the second row. It is a very demanding tat which I am still finding to be error-ridden. Lots of un-tatting here! But it is a beautiful pattern so slow and steady is the way to go.
The Clover shuttle, you ask? Well, I was so fortunate to have a real-life, in person visit with my great friend Suneeti! She was in Canada and I am so fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet up with her, if only for a short while.
Of course we looked at tatting! No big surprise there. Once again I saw how perfect and precise her tatting is, and once again I fell under the spell of her shuttles!
Do you do that? See someone tat with shuttles you do not use and then figure if you had those shuttles you would tat better? I do this all the time! That is why I go on shuttle kicks and am so fickle.
Well, ages ago, Suneeti sent me a package of these pastel Clovers, which I kept safe from my “cleaning-out-tatting stuff” habits. I tucked them away and forgot about them. After the visit last week, I went hunting, found them and of course had to transfer the green thread to the Clovers so that my tatting would magically improve!
The result? This tatter is certifiable!
Someone is not impressed with any of my dramatic tatting scenerios. As some of you have wondered what Mr. G is up to, here he is, in full disgust mode, watching me tat.