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I started making tatted lace about 30 years ago. I went into business as a wedding planner about seven years ago. Now I am combining my two interests by making tatted lace for weddings--and for other things.

Tatting is just one of many ways to make lace, perhaps the easiest. I have also heard that it is the only kind of lace that has never yet been made by a machine. It seems to require the human hand in order to make it. I believe strongly in the ethos of hand-made objects, both for the maker and for the user.

Tatting is a very enjoyable craft, although a time-consuming one. I like to say that making tatting is slower than watching paint dry, but faster than the accretion rate of coral reefs! Most of my larger pieces have taken a year to make. I made one that took three-and-a-half years. The pieces I make for sale take between a week and 4…

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  • Joined July 19, 2010

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Cotton cordonnet size 100, Cebelia size 30

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I started making tatted lace about 30 years ago. I went into business as a wedding planner about seven years ago. Now I am combining my two interests by making tatted lace for weddings--and for other things.

Tatting is just one of many ways to make lace, perhaps the easiest. I have also heard that it is the only kind of lace that has never yet been made by a machine. It seems to require the human hand in order to make it. I believe strongly in the ethos of hand-made objects, both for the maker and for the user.

Tatting is a very enjoyable craft, although a time-consuming one. I like to say that making tatting is slower than watching paint dry, but faster than the accretion rate of coral reefs! Most of my larger pieces have taken a year to make. I made one that took three-and-a-half years. The pieces I make for sale take between a week and 4 months to make I do enjoy making them, and I hope they bring as much joy to you as they do to me.

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