Quiero dedicar este espacio al arte del frivolité que me acompaña desde hace muchos años.
This blog is dedicated to my tatting work, my therapy and my escape.
Thank you, Karen. It's much easier to visualize now. I think that's a better siz for my hand. Now I just have to save up the money for an order!
I do enjoy comparing shuttle sizes. One thing I really like about the Jan Stawasz shuttles is the thinness of the center post. I feel like I am able to wind much more thread on them.
Thanks for showing, I didn´t know them! These suttles look precious. My favorites are clovers ... I have to try these. But where to buy??Tatting regardsPetra
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Hello Petra! I have updated the post with a link to Mr. Stawasz contact page. :)However, please keep in mind that these shuttles are a LOT bigger than Clovers! Please see my previous post "Size Matters" for shuttle comparisons.
Hi Karen, did You try these shuttles? How is the feeling to tat with them?Petra
Well, it really depends on each person. I personally like the Boyes. They are my absolute favorites. I use the Starlits when working with beads and the Tatsy with thick thread. I have not tried Mr. Jan's yet - they are collectibles!! - but I would use them when working with beads too!
ces navettes ont l'air super mais as tu le prix de ces navettes?
I acquired Jan's shuttles for $30 a piece plus shipping.
hola Karen en que almacén de Estados Unidos se pueden comprar las navetas, agujas, hilos y otros elementos para trabajar el frivolite. Gracias
Hola! En las tiendas Hobby Lobby tienen algunas cosas, aunque no muchas. Por lo general es mejor encargarlos por Internet, yo recomiendo Handy Hands que tiene un inventario muy amplio. Suerte!!