- By Betty Allegrone
- Posted Thursday, June 10, 2010
Rural Hall Library Tatting Club
Tatting is the art of making handmade lace by looping and knotting a single thread on a small shuttle or special needle. The resulting rings and chains can be made into intricate and unique edging for clothing, greeting cards, jewelry, or bookmarks. Learn this “lost” art from Sue Miller, a life-long tatter and a member of the North Carolina Regional Lacers Association. All supplies are provided.
The Rural Hall Library Tatting Club meets at 3:00 pm on the first Tuesday of each month at the Rural Hall Library. New members are always welcome.