Friday, May 23, 2008

Tatting is Alive and Well!

I was lucky enough to have been invited to teach and speak at the quilt guild in Coarsegold, CA which is just a few miles south of Yosemite National Park. I absolutely love tatting and was thrilled to find that two of my students were tatters! Peggy and Fran are pictured here with some of their work.

If you are ever looking for a nice getaway I recommend a stay at the Ravensbrook Bed and Breakfast. I stayed here during my engagement in Coarsegold and I have never been so spoiled or so impressed. The breakfasts are amazing and the setting, which is halfway between Coarsegold and Oakhurst, is gorgeous.


Library Gal Quilts said...

Hey! Cindy, that is Peggy Sherman (?) who's mother lives in Chico! Peggy was one of my professors a million years ago at Chico State in Child Development. Small world! Pam (Herman) Bush

quilteth` said...

Hi, Cindy, Carol Gould here in Colo. Spgs. Have you started my 1836 table cloth yet? I found another in my trunk, only 100 yrs. old; linen wholecloth with exquisite embroidery and a rose wholecloth undercover to display inserts. I had to reduce it from double bed to 48x48 wall hanging, plus an embroidered pillow sham. I lwould love to hear from you. Did I tell you I tat?