Wednesday, January 28, 2009

This is my first post to my blog. I hope that it will be enjoyed by many. I am inspired by many wonderful tatting bloggers. I would like to see my blog be as interesting and as well read as the blogs that have inspired me.
I am currently working on a Valentines Exchange started by Karey Solomon.
The first photos I will be posting will be of my very first exchanged item and the two that followed that soon after.


  1. Welcome to the world of tatting blogs! Your comment on my blog totally cracked me up:
    "Ok I've come over to the dark side. I now have I blog." Okay, then, MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU! Thank you for entering my tatting giveaway for OWOH and Good luck to you! :)

  2. Oh,looky My first comment.
    I'm going to put it under my pillow and see if a fairy brings me money. (which I will promptly spend on tatting stuff.)

  3. Welcome to the "Tatted Ring of Bloggers"!
    I look forward to all your tatting posts!

    ...also, I added your link to my blogroll (o:

    Happy Tatting,
    Sherry aka LadyShuttleMaker

  4. Heh, you have the right idea. Remember, come to the dark side. We have cookies.

  5. No Money Honey, but so happy you have joined those of us who blog (for a variety of reasons). You've made a very good start and are good at writing with humor; as well as tatting~ LOL, I'm still trying to figure out; when a designer says, " Complete the second side of heart to match the first. . ." if they mean to begin from the bottom of the "first" instructions up...BECAUSE, I'm at the bottom of a heart! LOL
    You see the dilemma? Logic tells me I begin at the bottom of the Round 2 instructions....
    aghhhhhhhh I've finally learned to add thread the knotless way w/o a lot of bulk and am doing the happy dance....hugs, Bev aka Ridgetatter

  6. Hi Connie,

    At least you're brave enough to design and maintain a blog. I have one for work purposes and thought about doing a lace one but don't feel I'd invest enough time to make it what I like to see in many others. Your tatting is lovely and I saw nothing wrong with ends being hidden -- you've clearly mastered it!

    Be well!