International Tatting Day
Date When Celebrated: Always on April 1
Tatting Day has been celebrated internationally since the late 1990's. 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.
What happened on this Day? This Day in History
Recipe of the Day: Split Pea Soup
Flower of the Day: Skunk Cabbage
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