Re: New to the Club
- View SourceHi Anmesara, The book "Tatting for Today" has a
lot of snowflake patterns. It is published by DMC. If
you don't have a place to buy it, there are several
sites on the web that sell tatting supplies and books.
Amazon.com also sells tatting books. There is a webring of
tatting sites. You can get to it at
<a href=http://www.picotnet.com. target=new>http://www.picotnet.com.</a> A lot of the sites have free patterns you can
- View SourceGreetings, Tom!
Once you get that first ring, you just can't stop.
Welcome to the hobby. Can't wait to see photos of some of your work!
Regards from Piroshki, central-east Missouri
> Hi folks!<br><br>I just want to share my success
> after several frustrated attempts...<br><br>Finally
> I've managed to tat! Since Tuesday I've been tatting a
> lot, produced a few small motifs and even managed to
> handle two shuttles. What a great pastime!<br><br>The
> various websites with patterns and instructions have been
> great.<br><br>I was at a handcraft exhibition in Stockholm at the
> weekend and invested in some more books and new shuttles.
> It was a great day out.<br><br>Best
> wishes,<br><br>Tom in Sweden.