Hellooo everyone. Apologies for not blogging in a while. I've been so busy with different projects.
I'm about 1 week away from my 5 year Etsy Anniversary. Can you believe it! I'm so grateful to all my lovely customers for their support in helping me grow my tatting business. I've been thinking up some fun things to celebrate but I'll keep that for another post.
I've listed another PDF tatting pattern:
This 'Eva' bookmark tatting pattern features the basic version (Beginner) and three variations (Intermediate) with both written instructions and diagrams. It is an instant download so no need to wait for an email. I hope you enjoy tatting this, I know I do.
Speaking of bookmarks:
This 'Rosa' bookmark was tatted in a lovely lilac / grape thread and leaf green thread. This is also available as a pattern here.
This rustic bookmark started life as my 'Christina' earring design. I then tatted a chain border around the edges. This can be created in your chosen colour. Click here to see the available colours. If you'd like it in a different colour, please contact me and I can source the colour for you.
I've also started listing Christmas decorations:
This large decoration was tatted in metallic silver with gold seed beads. It would look wonderful on any tree.
I've just purchased some gorgeous iridescent thread that I've decided to use to make more decorations. I used this type of thread earlier on in the year for an order and I loved how it looked so buying more was a must. I can't wait to show you how it looks!
In the summer I restarted my Zazzle store for my art and photography. This is a print on demand site with lots of cool products ready for you to add your work to. I like to think of the items as blank canvases.
I've also set up a second store for my nautical themed items:
You can find Tatania Rosa By The Sea here.
I'm adding items daily to my Zazzle stores so check back regularly.
That's it for today.
Have a lovely Thursday,
Currently reading: 'Dragonwyck' by Anya Seton
Currently listening to: 'The Wind That Shakes the Barley' by Loreena McKennitt