on a teacher's name to see details of their classes.
Deb Arnold -
Of DS9Designs-beautiful bags, beads and patterns-from Colorado
Gina Brummett -
Tatting Goddess from Indiana
Rita Cochrane - Mary Maxim
Shares A Talented Tatting Teacher from Ontario, Canada
Mimi Dillman - Cluny Queen
Jane Eborall - Bright & Bold
Designer from Stratford-upon-Avon, England
Sue Hanson - Purple Tatted
Panache' Comes 'Cross the Pond from London, England
Camelia Lambert -
Tat Queen from Washington
Nina Libin - Originator
of Beanile Lace from New York City via Russia
Mary Maynard - Author
of "Tatting Rings of Flowers" and "Tatting a 4 Square
Ring" from Wyoming
Miner - "Best in Show!" from
Mark Myers -
Tatman and Author of "Tatted Gathering of Angels" from Illinois
Tina Neudorf - Author of " Tatting From the Heart" from
British Columbia, Canada
Seitz - Teacher of the Online Tatting Class, AK has moved 'outside'
Riet Surtel -
'Our Tatting B-Engel' from Holland
Sherry Townsend -
The Celtic Dream Weaver from New York State
Note: If you decide to print this
page or any of the teacher pages, you may need to set your page to print Landscape.
In Internet Explorer, go to File, Page Setup, and change the "Orientation"
to "Landscape". Or, for this page only, we have a printable PDF
CHANGES: A) Classes previously scheduled for Room 203
will now be in 206.
B) Classes previously scheduled for Room
next to the Rossi Student Center. There will be signs on campus
to help you find your way!
C) Deb Arnold is now in Ridderhof.
Rita is now in 103.
Color Codes in the Class Schedule Chart Below:
Red/Pink: These courses are geared to
both the beginning and intermediate tatter. And for the ‘brand
new’ tatter, individual tutors are provided right within
Purple: This course is an introduction
to an advanced technique.
Blue: These advanced courses have pre-requisite
skill levels. Please see course description for required competencies.
Green: This session provides additional
instruction for the student who wants more direction and time
to complete a project begun in an earlier class. Feel free
to join this class if you’ve been working at home on
a pattern created by this designer, and would like some guidance
in its’ completion.
Have you always wanted to learn more about a certain topic? Maybe
like to learn split or mock rings; or maybe those split chains need
a little work? Sign up for the conference class! In this
the students select
the topics to be taught! You may send an email to email@example.com stating
the topic you would like to learn, or write a note on the blackboard
when you arrive. The teachers will present an individualized lesson
your interests! (Go ahead! Try to stump them! If they don’t know
... we are dedicated to finding someone who does!) The Conference Class
is suitable for brand new beginners through masters level students!
Please make your selections before going to the online registration
page since you will be asked to select your classes at time of
registration. Class registration is "first come, first served" so
just incase a class is full, you may wish to have a 2nd and 3rd
Questions? Write Lori
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