Wednesday, June 17, 2015

In a world too often filled with injustice, illness, and loneliness, an unexpected, small surprise can transform a day from dull to shiny! I will be using this blog to record the release of 100 tiny tatted butterflies into the wild. Ultimately, my goal is to make the finder smile, as well as give examples of an art form that is not as well known as knitting or crochet. I will post photos of the locations of the releases, and the finder may email me to let me know what happens to the butterfly if he or she wishes.

Good luck finding these tiny treasures! The first release will take place tomorrow.


  1. That is a beautiful goal! I would like you to come to my class at the beginning of the year and share your art and plan. This year I want to start (and possibly end) each school day with 5-10 minutes of doing something selfless and/or joyous: recycling, gardening, and so on.

    1. I would love to! We will make plans.

  2. I love this idea so much. :) Tatting is a dying art form. Maybe you can revive it! :)