|Rosemarie exhibited these pieces of tatting at Twigworth Hall near Gloucester. This Georgian mansion is the home of Nature in Art, "the world's first museum dedicated exclusively to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature". Rosemarie's work was part of the exhibition, "Flora and Fauna in Lace", staged by members of The Lacemakers' Circle. Jennifer Williams also showed some tatting here.|
|Entitled "Four Seasons", this picture measures about 3ft x 1ft (90cm x 30cm). Rosemarie says: "The pieces are mounted on hand-made felt which I had great fun making. The patterns for spring (Honesty) and autumn (leaves) are in my book 'Tatting with Colour'."|
This picture is called "Tomorrow", and it too uses mixed media, as the tatting is mounted on a knitted background.
Tatting combined with other crafts suggests all sorts of possibilities!