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9730E585-A7E8-4A92-83F5-A4396A85381AThe History of Tatting Shuttles and What to Look For with Heidi Nakayama
This is a one hour powerpoint presentation on tatting shuttle history showing all types of shuttles found in America and instruction on how to identify what they are made of. The presentation includes a shuttle display and also a question and answer period.

Come join in the fun!!! For more information on the 22nd Annual Shuttlebirds Tatting Days and Workshop on May 3-6 in Post Falls, Idaho, visit Shuttlebirds.com.  Hurray, registration ends March 30 at 9 p.m.

 

 

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Tatting Poker Run

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Natalie Rogers’ “Choose Your Own Adventure” free form tatting poker run is back. Participants will draw their cards at various times Thursday evening through Friday afternoon. You will gather Friday evening to ask questions, swap cards if desired, and tat your “hand.” Your creations will be shared on Saturday at lunchtime. Come join in the fun at the 22nd Annual Shuttlebirds Tatting Days and Workshop May 3-6  in Post Falls, Idaho. For more information, visit Shuttlebirds.com

 

I love how Lauren says, ” I like to do quick things, so complicated techniques are out, unless it will help me accomplish something I cannot accomplish any other way.” A woman who knows what she wants and sticks to it! She is a great teacher as I have taken her classes before at prior Shuttlebirds workshops. Come join in the fun for quick and easy projects at the 22nd Annual Shuttlebirds Tatting Days and Workshop on May 3-6 at Ross Point Camp and Conference Center in Post Falls, Idaho. For more information, visit Shuttlebirds.com

 

Mary Anna’s Blossoms

Mary Anna Robinson, author of “The Tatting Stone,” is returning to teach at the 22nd Annual Shuttlebirds Tatting Days and Workshop May 3-6 in Post Falls, Idaho. Come join in the fun! The theme this year is “A Bouquet of Blossoms.” Registration ends March 30 at 9 p.m. For more information, visit Shuttlebirds.com

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Whichever you are searching or yearning for, Ross Point Camp and Conference Center in Post Falls has it. This is the site of the 22nd Annual Shuttlebirds Tatting Days and Workshop on May 3-6. Beautiful, relaxing, peaceful views along with tatting, what more could you ask for? Registration ends March 30, 2018. For more information, visit Shuttlebirds.comross-point-lodge

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Karen Miner will be teaching the cute tatted design at the top, a Blossom Crochet Hook Chatelaine, a “wonderful hiding place for your crochet hook.” In addition, she will be teaching tating over wire and more at the 22nd Annual Shuttlebirds Tatting Days and Workshop at Ross Point Camp and Conference Center in Post Falls, Idaho. Be sure and reserve your spot May 3-6. For more information, visit Shuttlebirds.com. Registration ends March 30 at 9 p.m.

Kelli Slack has a way to hide holes or tears in clothing—repair it with tatting! What a novel idea! She also will be teaching the classes shown below: A baby bonnet, bracelet, taking an old tatting pattern and making it new, and ways to wear tatting. What more could you ask for??? Come to the 22nd Annual Shuttlebirds Tatting Days and Workshop May 3-6 at the Ross Point Camp and Conference Center in Post Falls, Idaho. For more information, visit Shuttlebirds.com. Hurray, registration ends March 30 at 9 p.m.

 

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