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ShuttleBirds Tatting Guild
Spokane, WA

We meet the 1st Saturday of each month from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Sew EZ Too - 603 W. Garland - August through June - We take July off. The only exceptions to the Saturday rule is if the meeting falls on a Holiday weekend, then we push it forward 1 week.

We also have a new sister group meeting on the 2nd Tuesday night of each month at Hancock Fabrics, 15530 E. Sprague Ave, Time: 6:30 to 8:30pm. Right now, they are just a nighttime meeting branch of our Guild. When the group gets more of it's own members, they might break away, so far the consensus is to just be a branch

We have actually pulled in several new members due to the advertising we have done for the Guild's Tuesday night meeting.

For more information, contact Lynda, the President
Red Hat Lacers
Chula Vista, CA

It's getting close to "Tatting" Day. The first meeting of the Red Hat Lacers will be meeting Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005 from: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. at Fuddruckers restaurant on Third Ave., Chula Vista, CA

If you're already a tatter, just bring what your working on, if you're a beginner be prepared to learn. Will have some supplies available for the beginners. Don't forget your "Red Hat" and purple outfit if your over 50 and "Pink Hat" and lavender outfit if under 50.

Fuddruckers will be giving the Red Haters an extra discount on their lunch, plus drinks will be free.

Come one, come all! ! Hope to have a great turnout with some fun thrown in and maybe a couple of laughs, too.

For more information, contact Queen Tat Pat

The Palmetto Tatters Tatting Guild
Lexington, South Carolina

We meet at the Lexington South Carolina Main Library, located on Hwy 1. Come join us the third Saturday of each month! Tat time is from noon til 4.

For more information, see our website ( or contact Teresa Woods

Heartstrings Tatting Guild
Brookhaven, Mississippi
Heartstrings Tatting Guild got its start in September 1999, when its four founders (Emilee, Joanna, Sheila and Thara) decided to make an effort to meet with other tatters, teach and in general promote tatting in the area.

Tatting is a very old and elegant form of lace making, and although the art has seen days when it was more widely practiced, it is not a dying or lost art. More and more people are learning to tat every day, thanks in great part to the enthusiasm and love that people feel for this gentle art.

For more information, see our website ( or contact Sheila Stewart
Keystone Lace Guild
Central Pennsylvania Region
Lace Cottages meet monthly in Carlisle, Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon, Montoursville, New Cumberland and York.

Guild members enjoy varied lacemaking interests including bobbin lace, shuttle & needle tatting, knitted & crocheted lace, and needlelace.

The guild hosted the 51st Annual IOLI Convention on August 1-8, 2004 in Harrisburg, PA.

Email for information


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