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A Tatter's Workbook
This is a homemade notebook of tatting patterns which was edited by Jules & Kaethe Kliot, LACIS Pubs. It has 112 pages of simple tatting patterns in glorious color.
Building a Tatting Library - Karen Bovard
Karen Bovard's first tatting book, "Fun With Split Ring Tatting", has wonderfully illustrated instructions for the basic split ring as well as illustrations to cover many of its uses in tatting.
Building a Tatting Library - Jon Yusof
Jon Yusof has recently published a trio of tatting booklets, "Elegant Tatting Gems" 2011, "Tatting with Rings (around Cabone Rings)" 2009, "Tatted Snowflakes Collection" 2008.
Il Lavoro Chiacchierino Series
This long-running series of tatting books produced by Mani di Fata is a treasure trove of traditional tatting patterns.
Rose Window by Jon Yusof
ROSE WINDOW ©Jon Yusoff 2011 Pattern is worked with two shuttles. Pattern is worked in three rounds. Using split rings, josephine rings and RODS, this lovely 6-point motif reminds us of a cathedral window.
Tatting shuttles from the collection of Rachel Mohler, Georgia Seitz and historic sources.
Cluny Flower and Net by Dagmar Pezzuto
SCREEN WITH SEQUINS AND SEED BEADS By Dagmar Pezzuto ©2013 This was Dagmar's Mother's Day card for her mom in 2013. The flowers are an experiment in the use of beads in a tatted cluny petal.
Angeline Crichlow's Books
Angeline Crichlow's daughter is again making her mother's tatting publications available to tatters everywhere. You may remember Angeline from a previous article here on BellaOnline.com: Building a Tatting Library - Angeline Crichlow, http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art16413.asp
Beaded Cluny Necklace - Dagmar Pezzuto
A new cluny pattern by Dagmar Pezzuto. This necklace uses the hanging cluny technique.
Needleweaving and Tatting Insertion
The insertion pictured above was designed by Tina Frauberger. It is composed of two lines of an edging joined together by two floating rings. The open area between the center joins is filled with needle weaving. This needle weaving may be replaced with tatted rings.
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