So pleased to learn of your new T.A.T. journey. Wanna do the lessons together? I have had my binder since (*mumbles*) (*further muffles words with hand over mouth*) um, 1998.
While you have neither confirmed nor denied your possession of TAT apprentice I wish you good luck!
Good Luck with your T.A.T. program projects! It's so fun to receive that pin of achievement and all the critiques of your work.
I can neither confirm nor deny that I send "good for you" greetings....Fox : ))
Oh yah.... the grass is very green.....
Ha Ha Ha Isdihara!I would LOVE to go through the T.A.T. with you, but I suspect that were you to pull your binder off the shelf you would ZOOM far ahead of me! For me the program is a necessity because I have SO MUCH to learn - for you it is simply a formality, you do BEAUTIFUL work already!Hello Victats!If I WERE in possession of such material - which I'm not saying I AM - I would be grateful for your well wishes. Thank you!Thank you A Happy Bluebird (I like your handle),I must admit that never being a girl scout myself, but having helped my daughter earn badges and pins of her own, I DO want that pin! And I know there will be value in good AND bad critiques. I can't think of another craft that has a program like this - I feel like I NEED to take advantage of it!Thank you Fox!You are in large part the reason I am giving the T.A.T. a go. I know that talent and determination have brought you this far in a year, but it seems like the program gives good guidance and direction. My 8 year old decided it when she asked me if I was going to be a "tatologist" - she got that from the name of your blog! And yes, the grass is greener, but that is just because it is on the "other side."
Wow -- I had no idea there was such a thing and I am really impressed with the idea of it. I wish there had been something like this when I was learning to do tiny crochet from a book. I hope we'll get to see all the projects -- this is going to be so interesting. Congratulations! -- I know you're going to create some stunning pieces.
Hi Martha!I have been thinking the same thing - "I wish there had been something like this when I was trying to learn how to..." Unfortunately I am not allowed to show anything tatted from the program, HOWEVER, i hope that there will be an improvement in my tatting and that I will be able to tackle some more difficult patterns. So hopefully I will have some interesting stuff to post as I learn more.:) Ann
Good Luck on your T.A.T. program, if indeed you are on that journey. Cute post, thank you for the smile.
Thank you Bonnie! Journey is right! I am on a quest for knowledge... and a super neat pin!Thanks for dropping in, glad to give you a smile!:) Ann
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