|Sally and Jane, in my kitchen!|
They are loads of fun. And really really nice, delightful house guests.
Jane is a card. They had fun with me for a few days, then we went up to Tat Days. Before we left, I did have to do a counting of my cats to make sure all three were there - the sisters threatened to kidnap Lily!
|Isdihara and Anita mug for me|
Palmetto Tat Days is the most fun! There were lots of folks there. One hundred and one tatters, plus spouses and vendors. It was phenomenal.
|One of my student's work in progress|
There was lots of tatting done. I taught 3 classes, all my own patterns.
|just a few of the items...|
We had a silent auction and a big live auction. The auctions all are for scholarships so that folks can attend Tat Days who might otherwise not be able to afford to, a terrific cause. For many of us, Tat Days is respite from our regular stressful lives.
|Arlene, Carol, and Marsha working away in my class|
There was more tatting....
|Hand dyed thread from Jess! Good enough to eat.|
And lots of things to buy. My bank account now has a hole in it.
|This ain't all, folks|
It was over all too soon. I came home with tons of purchases, plus - swag galore!
I'll update you later with all the details. Can't wait 'til Tat Days 2013!