As a creator, I'm always thinking about what I can do.
I can't go outside, I can't release any new item
because the plater that I go to is closed.
I can't sew face masks because I don't have any materials.
I can't post nice New York picture on social media.
It's very easy to think of things that I can't do.
There must be something I can do to entertain or cheer somebody up.
I love to use a hand saw.
I love to tat lace.
What if I use these two techniques together?
It takes more time to make a combined item than making regular tatting lace.
And since these are different materials, how to care for is also different.
I've never seen such combination.
It might be very unique.
I designed a pattern, attached to the brass sheet,
cut out each pattern, filed and polished.
Tatting lace is a technique for handcrafting lace from a series of knots and loops.
(This is a different product)
I added surrounding lace to cutout brass parts.
This is very interesting. The contrast between shininess and bright colors is beautiful.
For your information, 10% of all proceed of this item will be donated to No Kid Hungry.
In New York, all schools are shut down.
We don't know when they will open again.
Millions of vulnerable children are losing the healthy meals they depend on
as the coronavirus closes schools nationwide.
Now I feel I can be creative,
Different colors and patterns will be released soon!