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Wednesday, May 02, 2012

I would like to introduce a very new tatter and his amazing interpretation of my pattern, "Georgia's Rose." Christopher is but 18 years old and has been tatting for about a year. The pictures are a little fuzzy, but you can see he did a beautiful job, and in a very short time. I think he must have tatted around the clock for two days. It's my pattern, and I couldn't tat it in two days! He made a few changes to the stems and turned it into a wrist corsage for a young lady. He is smart, he can tat and he is romantic. I look forward to watching his tatting develop during the coming years. Starting at such a young age will enable him to do great things if he stays in love with tatting. Congratulations to Christopher!

11 comments:

God's Kid said...

Very beautiful!!! :)

Jane Eborall said...

What sheer joy to see you in my blog list and to see a new tatter too. Miss you LOADS.

tattrldy said...

wow! Very impressive. Keep it up, Christopher!

Tattycat said...

Thank you everyone. I think he did a great job. It is good to be in your blog list, Jane. I miss you LOADS too! I am tatting again! I'm almost done with the 1st round of mignonette tatting around a hanky. It is like the one I made for Candace's wedding. Love you!

Michelle said...

Lovely work! Christopher is talented!

I taught 9 middle school students how to tat today, hopefully we'll see some great stuff from them too!

Is your pattern for sale?

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Madeline's Album said...

Very pretty. He did a great job. I really like the way you have fixed up your blog. Have a blessed evening.

Tattycat said...

Thank you Madeline and Michelle. I am proud of Christopher. No, I didn't teach him. He is self taught like me! Only I got a late start. Teaching 9 middle school students to tat is great, Michelle. I really look forward to seeing all these new tatters develop their skills and take up the mantle. I never sell any of my patterns, but I will give it to you. As a matter of fact, I need to post it to this blog and to my pattern website. I have a couple of busy days ahead, but will get to it as soon as possible.

***Jon**** said...

I am glad you are tatting again and sharing stories about tatting.
Well done to Christopher.