Teri Dusenbury Tatting Heart

 

Once in a while, I really get hung up on the exact meaning of a word. How to best use a word in a sentence, the subtle differences it has over similar words or synonyms, and just how much of an argument can be strengthened or weakened by a particular choice of word or words.

So instead of being interested in the design of things, I’ve been paying more attention to the anatomy and architecture of things. I’ve been concerned with the making than with the resolving. (Does that make sense?)

Tatting (making lace) has been one of the things that have satisfied my exploration into anatomy and architecture. Particularly, the drawings and sketches used to establish the patterns and process necessary to create such intricate designs. (Doing better?) Read more