it was my joy to be able to sit and tat for all 4 days
Here is a look at our booth, we shared it with a bobbin lacer
|Pat, she has been the resident tatter for many years but is thinking of switching to bobbin lace|
|Lady learning to tat, me, Pam the bobbin lacer|
|another view of me in my prairie dress with pioneer bonnet|
This year's featured farm equipment brand was International Harvester and the gals in the Ladies activities building were encouraged to wear something in red, or an apron made of fabric that featured that brand.
These are the projects that I worked on over the 4 days.
|Easy Doily in FireFly size 40|
|Star Attraction Doily in Peacock and DMC Cordonnet Special both size 40|
The Star Attraction doily is one of Linda Davies
I was not able to finish either doily as I need more of the FireFly and Peacock threads from Jess and she is attending TAT DAYs this weekend, so will have to wait for her to get back home. The FireFly doily only needs it's last round, and the Peacock I have to pick out the last repeat as there is an extra ring and join that doesn't need to be there, then finish this round and do the last. It won't take me too much longer once I can get back to it. Those who have kept track of my blog will recognize this doily as one that I started earlier in the summer. It got set aside to do other things and I will get it finished one of these days.
I have many more pictures of all the different ladies crafts as well as some of the steam engines that I will share on other occasions. it is now past midnight and I need to get to bed