Tatting is a lace made of doublestitch knots tied in ring and chain formations. The people who make this type of lace are called tatters. This category is for sites that focus on organizations of tatters. This will include local groups and guilds, as well as state, national, and international organizations of tatters.
MA: Northwoods Tatting Guild
This guild meets in Bemidji, Minnesota. Site holds photos of their special shuttle crafted by Cris Hinton, and a Christmas tree decocated with Patti Duff's mini tat patterns.
This newsgroup consists of over 1000 tatters from around the world, and is the oldest continually operating tat newsgroup. They encourage and inspire each other by sharing tatting tips, techniques and patterns via email.
Newsgroup: Needle Tatting
A group of needle tatters share tips, patterns and galleries.
This group of shuttle and needle tatters was formed in 2001 and now has over two hundred members. They regularly sponsor live chats and classes.
This tat newsgroup was begun in 2000.
Newsgroup: The Social Shuttle
A group of shuttle tatters are hosted by Roger (Freedman).
Rocky Mountain Lace Guild
An organization to promote appreciation and information about lace in all its forms. Lace makers demonstration skills at various events throughout the Rocky Mountain region.
SC: The Palmetto Tatters Guild
A tatting guild based in South Carolina shares photos from the SC State Fair, monthly meeting info and minutes, and a gallery of items tatted by its members.
UK: Ring of Tatters
With over a thousand members, this international organization supports the craft of tatting with workshops, demonstrations and competitions. Their newsletter is published twice a year.
Last update:May 21, 2012 at 21:08:28 UTC