Tuesday, September 24, 2013

More Palmetto Pics

I really need to get disciplined enough to blog more frequently.  I have gotten really far behind with things to show.  Anyway, here are some more pictures from this year's Palmetto TatDays.  First are some pictures from the display/competition.  One of the great things about going to a convention is seeing so many things made by other tatters.  These are just a few, since many of my photos didn't come out too well.



 
Stephanie Wilson made this and it won best of show, well deserved.  



My own handkerchief (my tatting added to a vintage  embroidered hanky).  It won a ribbon in last year's State Fair.



Sorry, I don't remember who made this 3D flower, but isn't it lovely?


Randy Houtz's mouse in bobble tatting.




This lovely collar is by Patty Markley, from a Jan Stawasz pattern.  I really admire this piece, and the photo doesn't do the colors justice.

Sorry, I don't know who made this wonderful collar either.  The makers' names were hidden until after the voting and I didn't get back to check on all the names.


Tatting conventions are also good for lots of smiling faces.

JB and Kaye



Katharine and Crazy Mom

Georgia

Vicki, with lots of tatting going on in the background.



News flash! If you admired the class projects from my previous post, now you can get your own copy of the patterns.  This year's Palmetto Pattern CD is already available now, details here.

7 comments:

  1. Great photos, thanks.

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  2. looks like everyone had a wonderful time and these items are really done well and look great! One of these days I go!

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  3. Looks like a very interesting and great time.
    Margaret

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  4. Oh my goodness!! Such absolutely gorgeous tatted pieces!!!! Sure wish I could have made it, but thanks so much for showing pictures of it!!! :)

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  5. Anonymous6:54 PM

    The collar was tatted by Patty Markley from Washington.
    Patti - Spokane

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  6. Wow I don't know where to start love the doily fine work and then it keeps going wow!

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