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"How do I create my own tatted lace designs?" This is one of the most common questions I get, and I have always struggled to answer it. Describing my design process in a way that will help others create their own designs is kind of like trying to describe how water is wet. Sometimes I sketch designs out first, sometimes I don't. Sometimes designs come...
Last post, when I revealed my submission for the Witchlore issue of Wyrd & Wyse, I talked about Ira Glass’s The Gap. Which is a fantastic summation of the struggle that every artist deals with at some point, and is worth this listen for anyone in a creative field. But this week I want to talk about what I call The Drop. I know that...
For a long time the could be has haunted me. Because while I can fully admit that I am an expert tatter, and that I am very good at what I do (through years and years of practice, because talent is just what we call practice after we've practiced enough to make it look easy), I have always seen the potential for more.
Welcome to the first look at what it's like inside my head; what it's like to dream in lace.