We had a little "Art Fair" at the pavilion on the lake. Here in the Twin Cities there are many lakes and this was the one closest to our home. It was a gorgeous day with great weather, a lovely venue, live music and good company. The girls and I shared two tables with my sister too. Every one left happy if not staggeringly rich.
Here's my part of the display:
There was a lot of "that's too hard to do" and "My (female relative) tatted". It's always fun to hear the stories. Although I'm never quite sure what to say to the "too hard" comment. One woman was surprised at the variety of things one can make with tatting. That made me chuckle as I always feel I'm so mundane compared to others.
And one woman told me that her mother (who lives in rural MN) loves to tat and has a collection of shuttles so I directed her to La Cossette for the truly lovely stuff.
Now back to the Quatrain! (And painting the dining room and prepping for the new French textbook and making pizza crusts and redoing the 6th grade curriculum and reading books, and, and, and...)