Monday, December 15, 2008

Still Rock'n

I haven't blogged about our tatting group for the last two weeks but we have still been busy. I just forgot to bring my camera the last couple of times...but I brought it today! Last week I bought a giant American pizza from the base and brought it to the group to share. American pizza and Korean pizza are two different animals....so I thought I'd let them try "REAL" pizza LOL!
I am such a proud big sister! Kyoung-mi tatted these lovely gifts for a Christmas party....and do you recognize the HDT??? I think these guys are addicted now too ....(insert evil laugh)!

Hye-Soon and Kyoung-mi completed Ruth Perry's Celtic snowflakes. Next week we will go on to beads, then block tatting, then maybe clunies....ah...the fun never ends! If you click on their names you will be taken to their blogs....they are in Korean but you can still see their beautiful tatting!


Look at this beautiful Christmas card Kyoung-mi has made for her most special friends! She is playing shy in the photos....but she isn't shy...so don't be fooled.
I am so proud of them! Jinju was there too but was a little late and missed the photos. They are all really awesome students and friends!
Also, we may be getting another tatting student soon and she is an American......more on that later.

4 comments:

TattingChic said...

Wow! Your students are doing so well! You must be so proud of them! It shows in your blog post that you are very proud of them.

yarnplayer said...

The tatted bookmarks look like they have a poem included on the card - what a lovely idea!

Steph's (tat) Stuff said...

They're doing so great and it looks like you all have so much fun, too! What a void you are going to leave when you return Stateside. You can come here and teach me clunies next. ;)

'RainbowRose' Connie Faulconer said...

I agree, it looks like they are all have tons of fun, and learning a lot! I am really impressed with those bookmarks. So simple yet so neat!!!
Are those poems on the little cards? I'm not creative enough at writing, but really love the way those are done!!!!

Thanks for sharing what they have done!!!