International Tatting Day is an annual celebration that takes place on April 1st of each year. This day is dedicated to the art of tatting, a delicate form of lace-making that has been practiced for centuries. The day is an opportunity for tatting enthusiasts all over the world to come together and celebrate their craft, as well as to introduce others to the beauty of tatting. #Tatting #TattingDay
National DIY Day is an annual event celebrated on the first Saturday in April. It was founded in 2016 by the craft and DIY website, Craft Box Girls. The purpose of National DIY Day is to encourage people to take on creative projects and embrace their inner DIY spirit.
One thing that many people may not know about quilting is that it has a long and rich history, with evidence of quilted fabrics dating back over 5,000 years. Additionally, quilting was not always seen as a domestic craft for women, but was often a skill practiced by men in medieval times. #quilting #medieval #medievaltimes
Quilting and the Civil War – Quilting has also been used as a means of political and social expression throughout history. #civilwar #quilting Quilting and the Civil War For example, during the Civil War in the United States, quilting was used as a means of political and social expression by women on both sides of… Continue reading Quilting and the Civil War
National Mom and Pops Business Owners Day is celebrated on March 29th each year in the United States. It is a day to recognize and appreciate the contributions of small business owners to their communities and the economy as a whole.