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February 22 2011 Tatting Newsletter

I am so delighted to hear from so many tatters about the newsletters. I welcome all your suggestions.

Have you marked your calendar for April 1st yet? No fooling, April 1st is celebrated as International Tatting Day. Celebrate with tatting, tea and tat chat.

It seems that I was not the only tatter suffering from Spring Fever. I have learned about some sure fire remedies.

1. The 13th Annual International Tatting Seminars, Saturday April 2 and Sunday April 3
This year's theme is “Tatting Along the Garden Path.” Registration details: http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2011/fltgtatdays2011.pdf
The group meets at the spacious, well-lighted community hall at the Lodi Fire Company in Lodi, NY, on Route 414. Lunch and snacks (including the breakfast-y variety) will be provided Saturday and Sunday – complimentary for registrants; guests may join us for a small extra fee. We try to accommodate every special dietary need. Dinner on Saturday is an optional extra and is followed by a program on gardening presented by Master Gardener Sarah

For more details:
Finger Lakes Tatting Group
P.O. Box 9 Hector, NY 14841
email: threads@empacc.net

2. Indiana Lace Day 2011
Hosted by the Lafayette Lacers who are celebrating their 30th Anniversary Saturday, April 9, 2011, 10:00 to 4:00 EDT at the Christ United Methodist Church 3610 S 18 Street, Lafayette IN 47909 (NW corner of Veteran’s Memorial Pkwy [formerly 350 S] and S 18 )
Light refreshments included - Lunch on your own
Questions: Contact Carolyn Lacedobes@aol.com
Registration details: http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2011/indianalaceday20110409.pdf

3. The 15th Annual Tatting Days and Workshop April 15 - 16, 2011. "Tatting Through the Seasons"
The Shuttlebirds in Spokane, Washington are celebrating their 15th year of tatting fun.
Registration is now open. Check out their website at http://www.shuttlebirds.com/workshop2011.shtml

Shuttlebirds Tatting Guild
PO Box 2622
Spokane WA 99220

Here's the latest article from the Tatting site at BellaOnline.com.

Preventing Gapsosis
Avoid those distressing gaps in the lace between rings and chains.

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