1. Hi Ais, Looks like you are off to a good start on tatting. I like Lynn Mortons books. Don't worry about not having many books. There are so many beautiful patterns on the internet that it will keep you busy for a long time. Happy Tatting!

  2. What you do about ends is hide them. I like to tie a knot first and then thread the end in a needle and weave it in and out through the tops of the stitches. You can also use the "magic thread" technique where you lay a loop of thread alongside the core thread at the start of your work and another as you end the work and then when you are finished you use the loops to pull the ends

  3. Welcome to the challenge, Ais and I hope you will have a great time participating in it. I have found lots of inspiration and motivation with my tatting by joining the challenge.

  4. Hi Ais, look at you go! Good for you. I am looking forward to many more posts about your tatting escapades! Carol is right there are so many free tatting patterns on the internet. Handy Hands tatting dot com is a reliable source for books when you are ready to build your tatting library.

  5. I'm sure that you know this by now, but if that is the same flower pattern that I know & love, it's supposed to be 3 dimensional & not lie flat.

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