2017 International Tatting Day

Annual Fall

1st April

List of International Tatting Day dates by year

20181st AprilSunday
20191st AprilMonday
20201st AprilWednesday
20211st AprilThursday
20221st AprilFriday
20231st AprilSaturday
20241st AprilMonday
20251st AprilTuesday
20261st AprilWednesday
20271st AprilThursday

Tatting Day has been celebrated internationally for over a dozen years. April 1st is the International Tatting Day.

Tatting is the skill of making delicate, elegant tatted lace. It is enjoyed by thousands of people.

On this day, "tatters" around the world have different activities, mostly educational, to celebrate their hobby, and introduce it to others. Often, they celebrate by eating chocolates and making tatted lace.

International Tatting Day takes place on April 01. Tatting is a technique for handcrafting a particularly durable lace constructed by a series of knots and loops. Tatting can be used to make lace edging as well as doilies, collars, and other decorative pieceInternational Tatting Days.




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