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Shuttlebirds Spotlight – T. – Tattysaurus (in-progress)

Tatted by T. Lewis. Pattern design by Jane Eborall.

Tatted by T. Lewis. Pattern design by Jane Eborall.

T. Lewis has been working on Jane Eborall’s Tattysaurus pattern. This is her progress so far. I think that it is adorable! I look forward to seeing the finished Tattysaurus!

Happy Tatting!

~Natalie

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Shuttlebirds Spotlight – T. Lewis – Sunbonnet Sue

Sunbonnet Sue - Tatted by T. Lewis - Pattern designed by Darlene Polachic

Sunbonnet Sue – Tatted by T. Lewis – Pattern designed by Darlene Polachic

T. Lewis has tatted up the delightful Sunbonnet Sue motif designed by Darlene Polachic. Her dainty lady in pink turned out wonderful! I have another pattern to add to my to-do pile.

Happy Tatting!

~Natalie

 

Shuttlebirds Spotlight – Lois – Ornaments

Tatted by Lois Bresnahan.

Tatted by Lois Bresnahan.

Tatted by Lois Bresnahan.

Tatted by Lois Bresnahan.

Lois Bresnahan has been busy tatting up ornaments. She is doing a lovely job. I especially enjoy the ornament with the adorable angel beads.

Tune in tomorrow to learn more about Lois, as she will be featured as the Tatter of the Month.

~Natalie

Shuttlebirds Spotlight – Michele – Bracelet

This bracelet was tatted by Michele Merrill. It is made from a pattern called Bracelet by Jennifer Williams. Very simple and fun to make. Tatted in Lizbeth #20 in Antique Violet.

This bracelet was tatted by Michele Merrill. It is made from a pattern called Bracelet by Jennifer Williams. Very simple and fun to make. Tatted in Lizbeth #20 in Antique Violet.

 

This bracelet was tatted by Michele Merrill. It is made from a pattern called Bracelet by Jennifer Williams. Very simple and fun to make. Tatted in Lizbeth #20 in Antique Violet.

This bracelet was tatted by Michele Merrill. It is made from a pattern called Bracelet by Jennifer Williams. Very simple and fun to make. Tatted in Lizbeth #20 in Antique Violet.

This bracelet was tatted by Michele Merrill. It is made from a pattern called Bracelet by Jennifer Williams. Very simple and fun to make. Tatted in Lizbeth #20 in Antique Violet.

This bracelet was tatted by Michele Merrill. It is made from a pattern called Bracelet by Jennifer Williams. Very simple and fun to make. Tatted in Lizbeth #20 in Antique Violet.

This beautiful violet bracelet was tatted by Michele from a pattern called “Bracelet” by Jennifer Williams. Michele did a very lovely job with it and I look forward to seeing it in person soon.

Thanks for sharing your bracelet with us Michele!

~Natalie

Shuttlebirds Spotlight – Tera – Red Doily

Tera has been working on a lovely red doily. Here is the result of her tatting. I really like the motif she used.

Tatted by Tera.

Tatted by Tera.

She told me at one point what the pattern was, but I forgot to write it down. I’ve been informed that the pattern is a motif that is on the cover of Easy Tatting by Rozella Linden.

I am always amazed at the larger tatting projects.  I realize how much time and energy goes into them.  I have yet to venture into making a large piece. I am in awe of the people who have and I hope to one day join them in that accomplishment.

Happy tatting!

-Natalie

Shuttlebirds Spotlight – Michele – Tatted Handkerchief Edging

Tatted by Michele Merrill. Pattern: Hankie Edge from Learn to Tat by Janette Baker.

Tatted by Michele Merrill.
Pattern: Hankie Edge from Learn to Tat by Janette Baker.

Michele used the pattern Hankie Edge from Learn to Tat by Janette Baker. She improvised and tatted directly onto the hankie instead of sewing it on as directed.  She used Lizabeth Springtime in size 20.

This was her first handkerchief project. Her finished piece came out lovely!

This is the first post in what I hope will become a regular feature highlighting the tatted works of various Shuttlebirds Tatting Guild members.

Happy tatting!

-Natalie

 

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