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TIAS Starts Tomorrow

I hope everyone is looking forward to Sherry Pence’s Fall TIAS! Tomorrow is the first day. I’ve got my shuttles ready to go and I hope you do too!

Here is a link to the TIAS for those who need it: http://tiaspence.blogspot.com/2013/09/welcome-tatters-around-world.html

Sherry will be posting the pattern bits on her blog: http://ladyshuttlemaker.blogspot.com/2013/09/tat-it-and-see-starts-tomorrow.html

Make sure you have your two shuttles continuously wound with size 20 thread of any color (solid of variegated). She also recommends a picot gauge of 1/2 inch or 1 centimeter. This is going to be fun!

Happy Tatting!


Fall 2013: TIAS hosted by Sherry Pence

Having a hard time waiting for Jane Eborall’s next TIAS in January? Well, wait no longer. Sherry Pence has jumped in and is offering to do a Tat It and See starting on September 23. She has an award winning pattern all set up to give us in small pieces. She even plans on giving those who finish the TIAS a bonus pattern.

I am looking forward to slowly unraveling the mystery of this pattern as we work through it. This will be the first TIAS I’ve participated in (I found out about the one earlier this year via a completed TIAS project). I hope that you are up to the challenge as well!

If you wish to share your TIAS progress on the community blog, please sign up here (you will need to email Sherry Pence). You are do not have to sign up in order to participate, the community blog is just as easy way to show off your progress.

I plan on charting my progress (and hopefully that of a few of the Shuttlebirds Guild members here). I’d love to see your progress as well!


EDIT: Clarifying directions.

To be able to post your pictures to the community blog you will need to email Sherry Pence (LadyShuttleMaker (at) Hotmail (dot) Com). She will then add you as a blog author and you will be able to create posts showing your progress.

Everyone is welcome to participate in the challenge and I will happily help fellow participants get their pictures displayed. If any one has questions about posting to a blog, please feel free to ask them.

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