Jane tried out several caterpillars Charlene Chongololo was too big, the fancy caterpillar was too heavy, but Jane Eborall's plain caterpillar is perfect to be glued to the top of a bookmark. This edging pattern from Semco Instruction Book No. 16 is a pretty pattern with a nice scallop effect, made here in size 20 thread.
Lyn tatted the Flower Bookmark by Rachael Mohler which brings her to 25 motifs. Like a lot of other participants, this might not really be her last one, we'll have to wait and see.
Jessica had the pattern for these scalloped gloves done and finally got them listed. She has plans to get the pattern for the coin purse listed as well. She also posted the instructions for different non-double-stitch chains.
Nancy tatted Jon Yusoff's Rose Window design in Lizbeth size 20 colours Scottish Thistle and Green Coral Sea.
SunshineCraft finished the Nora Benporath doily in the delicate size 40 thread, but after several attempts at various blocking methods she finally resorted to actually pinning it out and the little one promptly crumpled it into a little fist to carry it around. Kids, ya gotta love them or you'd kill 'em! Gorgeous doily though, even if it is a bit smooshed.
Cindy just has the trefoils left to finish her Lace Mat. She did each row separately because she almost has to when working in two different colours.
Jess created the colourway which Fox named Madder Tatter and Umintsuru used it to tat Nami's Goldfish design in HDT size 40 to show what it looks like. Looks to me like it's a winner. Frivole suggested that she "mess up" her Chilled colourway to make Chilled Mess HDT which she used here with size 40 Lizbeth's new solid Periwinkle to tat Birgit Phelp's SweetHeart.
Sue took a break from tatting snowflakes to tat around a finding and she's not sure whether the results should be called a snowflake flower or a Christmas flower.