Tat Days 2019 ( )



(Teachers, Class Schedule, Pictures, Techniques, Prep and Kits, Beginners, Weekend Schedule)

And our distinguished teachers this year will be....

Anita Barry (Virginia)

Bonnie Swank (Virginia)

Donna Thompson (South Carolina)

Erin Holloway Moseley (Tennessee)

Georgia Seitz (Illinois/Alaska)

Jane Eborall (England)

Martha Ess (North Carolina)

Marilyn Jones (Alabama)

Melanie Cervi (California)

Paige Deputy (North Carolina)

Pam Freck (South Carolina)

Phyllis Schmidt (Georgia)

Richard Embrey (Virginia)

Sandra Eichelberger (Georgia/South Carolina)

Sharren Morgan (South Carolina)

Shawna Wachs (Kentucky)

Stephanie Wilson (North Carolina)

Tonya Smith (Georgia)


Meet the Teachers Work in Progress.


Class Project Pictures Teaser


Class Projects
Information for each class includes teacher, picture, shuttle and/or needle, level, description, techniques, skills, preparation, homework, and kit.


Class Grid Schedule

Shuttle and Needle info and levels. If you have been tatting for a little while and are pretty good with rings, chains and joins, challenge yourself with a level 2 class. If you have been tatting a long while, go for a level 3 class!

If you are a brand new tatter or if you want to learn to tat, let them know at registration and we will find a teacher for you during the weekend, probably Friday and Saturday mornings. The rest of the day, find a tatter not in class to assist you as you practice.

Other options for learning to Tat


Level 1: knowledgeable and proficient with rings, chains, and joins.
Level 2: knowledgeable and proficient with split rings and block tatting and comfortable working with beads. Ready to learn SCMR or Split Chains and much more..
Level 3: mastery of all the above skills and ready to try new techniques and creative tatting.
ALL Levels. FUN for everyone!


Glossary of Terms for Tat Days. Not all inclusive. Specifically written for our Tat Days and Pattern CDs.


Weekend Schedule