Joining the family

New thread and cloisonné teardrop shuttles

New thread and cloisonné teardrop shuttles

Joining the tatting shuttle herd today are two beautiful cloisonné shuttles from Etsy. They’re so gorgeous!! These are my first–and only–teardrop shuttles, and I’ve never used this type before. Can’t wait to try them out with the new thread, also from Etsy, which is sitting behind them in the picture. I hope the learning curve isn’t too steep!!! They’re very small, and the back end is wide, and wide-open. We’ll see how this goes!!! No matter what happens, I’ll be happy with them!


3 comments on “Joining the family

  1. Beautiful! They look like butterfly wings. 😉


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