Well, I guess the fourth tatter really had other reasons to travel such a long way, but it was a good start to the story.
It was a pleasure to meet Diane, the Lace-Lovin' Librarian today as she & her husband rolled into town for a visit with her daughters. She agreed to meet Michelle of Tela-Magistrae and I for lunch. Michelle brought her daughter also (who is, by the way, a great new recruit to the Twin Cities Tatters.) And Diane is now officially an honorary member of the Twin Cities Tatters.
Here we are - proof that this is not a fairy tale story!
Michelle, Cindy & Diane
In true tatter fashion, we shared show & tell, ideas, techniques and tools. Honestly, it is so much fun to meet other tatting bloggers in person! (I'm sure the restaurant proprietors wondered if we would ever leave . . . )
Diane brought this - all that way - for me. What fun to get such goodies!
An All-American Diane-made shuttle (woo hoo!) with matching thread and patriotic beads, and a Diane-made scissors fob - all in a great little tatting pouch. As if she didn't have enough to remember traveling to visit her daughters & grandies!
And, Michelle brought some of her Aunt Rose goodies to share. I certainly came home with more than I left with.