Many of you in the online tatting community are well aware of Jane Eborall and her generous gifts to those of us who tat. Her gifts consist of timeless hours spent making technique pages, pattern pages, blog posts, and TIAS (Tat It And See) pages for all who tat to enjoy. She does this for free. She is kind to all who wish to learn anything about tatting...whether it's how to learn tatting in the beginning stages or how to proceed with a very advanced tatting technique. She is so well known by those of us who tat that you could almost call her a "famous" tatter. LOL! I laugh only because tatting itself is not that well-known, so to be a "famous" tatter is not saying much in the "fame scale". In the tatting world, however, Jane is a jewel in the tatting community's crown. Yet she carries this off without a sense of grandiosity.
Well, I am "going on", aren't I? So, "What's all this about?", you may be wondering. You see, Jane has created a technique page for the revised SSSR (Single Shuttle Split Ring) that I "demonstrated" in a previous post! Why am I making such a big deal about it??? It IS a big deal! Jane Eborall made a technique page based on something I (little ol' me) shared? WOW! I'm honored!
So, without further adieu:
I'd love to hear from you before you go!