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During a maintenance outage, a few tatting newsletters may not have reached tatters. Here is a list of those newsletter now posted online as tatting articles.
Memories of Tatting at the Fair
My memories of the Cumberland County Fair and tatting go back more than 60 years.
A Host of Angels by Christel Weidmann
Christel Weidmann is a Master Tatter and Tatting Designer. This new book of angel patterns has challenges for the experienced tatter and basic tatting examples thoughtfully arranged for the new tatter.
Breast Cancer Ribbon - Lenore English
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Over the years tatters have created many styles of tatted ribbons to remind us to get our mammograms. It's important for our own health and for the sake of those we love. This ribbon is shared by Lenore English.
DMC's Diamant thread report
Kathleen Minniti recently finished her first project using DMC's Diamant thread and would share her experience with tatters.
LB Bailey Tatted One Shuttle Edgings
Although "Tatted One Shuttle Edgings" is her first book, Leslie Birden Bailey is no beginner at tatting. She writes in the introduction that she began tatting in 1970. She was inspired by a scrap of tatted lace still attached to her late grandmother's tatting shuttle.
Maltese Earrings by Dagmar Pezzuto
This pattern was translated from the Portuguese for us to share. Just go slow and use needle tatting with both hands for ease of working.
Emmy Liebert's Square Star
Emmy Liebert's Square Star from Schiffchen-Arbeiten Frivolitšten 1916 Book 1 fig. 30 pg. 65 reprint pg.14
Cluny Square Motif - Dagmar Pezzuto
Dagmar Pezzuto's new cluny square may be tatted individually and joined into flat lace fabric. And the basic steps for cluny tatting are included.
Dagmar's Brisbane Earrings
Cloverleaf edging pattern from the June 13, 1908 Brisbane Courier pg.14 with a modern adaptation from Dagmar Pezzuto.
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