Monday, July 23, 2018

Granddaughter invasion

Well, our older granddaughter decided to take up 
tatting again.  She re-learned quickly and has rings, 
picots, joins and chains achieved.
She wanted to take her tatting home and hopefully 
teach her friend too, so I had to come up with a way 
for her to keep it all together and organized.
 I believe her mother gave us these little tubs with 
candy in for Christmas several years ago, and I kept 
them to use later somehow.  Well, it works great!!
And the lids snaps on securely!!  ;)
Well, after a hard maybe half hour of tatting.....
 and after a hard half hour of being bored while 
grandma and sister worked on tatting.....
Well, it's time to head toward their home(YIKES-
don't tell them, they are not happy about going home!)
Have a wonderful day of tatting and hopefully love!! :)


Jane McLellan said...

Good recycling! I hope it’ll encourage your granddaughter to keep on tatting, but in any case it seems she’ll pick it up easily again when she wants to.

Madtatter80 said...

So nice to see the younger tatting lace even if she quietly coursed 🌻😁🌻

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I keep hoping my oldest granddaughter will show a renewed interest in tatting. She was doing so well way back in third grade. She'll be a junior in high school this year. My, how time flies!

God's Kid said...

Thank you all!! :)

Margarets designer cards said...

So nice to see grand children taking an interest in tatting or whatever craft you do.
Unfortunately they get bored quickly

God's Kid said...

Very true Margaret!! :)

muskaan said...

She'll come back to it someday, rest assured :-) The creative bug never leaves ;-P

God's Kid said...

Thank you muskaan!! :) She sent me a message and said she tried working on it last night while very tired and kept making mistakes. At least she is trying. ;)