Tatting [S-12-53]

Presenter:Betty Mauk
Location: SUNY: Van Housen Link (Bubble) Room
Classes: 5 Sessions 1.5 hours
Dates: Wed 10:00 AM 04/11, 04/18, 04/25, 05/02, 05/09
Status: CLOSED

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Tatting is dainty lace made with thread and a shuttle. It can also be done with knitting needles, but this method won’t be taught in this class.

About 20 years ago, Betty Mauk met a multi-talented woman in Texas who encouraged Betty to renew her interest in tatting. Betty likes working with the shuttle to create dainty lace, but she finds that there are not many uses for her lace. Still, she thinks it is important to pass on this skill to others, and she enjoys doing so.

NOTES: 1) For easier teaching purposes, the presenter requires that participants borrow or buy the shuttles and thread she will provide; 2) The conference room location is in the hallway between Van Housen and Van Housen Ext; see the “LOCATIONS” section of the SOAR website for directions and photos.

Cap: 12

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