Tatting is a method of making lace by knotting fine thread; it was popular in the Victorian era, and old patterns are easily found.  Tatted lace is very sturdy, despite its delicate appearance.

Learn the basics of shuttle tatting in this 2-hour workshop; a simple cross bookmark will be our goal.  We’ll cover pattern reading and develop skills of making circles, chains and picots.

Class on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Instructor: Pat Houchin

Class fee $25, includes tatting shuttle.  Register online and bring payment to the first class.

Materials to bring:

  • a VARIEGATED ball of cotton thread, size 30

Instructor will provide:

  • Tatting shuttle
  • Pattern & instruction

The location for all classes is the Fiber Arts Center of Wichita at 751 George Washington Boulevard.