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Workbasket Feb 1959 Collar trim & medallion
This is teaching patterns as well as fun to do. This easy pattern works up into a sew on edging. The collar may also have a tatted medallion at the corners.

Sue's Spring - Mary Maynard
After reading the BellaOnline.com's tatting newsletter for June 6/7, 2019 about Mary Maynard's work, Sue Hanson was prompted to share a pattern by Mary that has not been made widely public. Please enjoy

Workbasket Feb 1959 Cloverleaf Edging
This is teaching patterns as well as fun to do. This easy pattern works up into a pointed scallop. Learn how to create a straight edging or adapt it to a curved edging.

Tatting to the End
Here are some good reminders that when we start to tat we need to start at the end by considering how to finish off the tails of the thread. And what an array of methods we have to help us.

Sewn Picot in outwest vintage doily
Found out west, an ecru rectangular doily with a puzzling joining.

Rings Galore Bracelet Vicki Clarke
This bracelet by Vicki Clarke features the single shuttle split ring.

Tassels & Onions Bracelet Vicki Clarke
A great bracelet by Vicki Clarke featuring the onion ring join.

Gift or Sachet Bag
A hanky with a tatted lace edge, even an antique one or one with worn places or spots, can be folded and basted into a lovely sachet bag.

Spring Ideas
Spring is a wonderful time for tatting. All the new growth and new colors inspire our shuttles and needles to flit about like butterflies.

Coats&Clark 138 edging 435
A dainty and decorative edging but this #435 pattern presents a challenge to modernize it into a one pass pattern.

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