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History of Tatting, A work in Progress.
The Origins of Tatting are lost in history but we do have a growing timeline for the advancements. This short article mentions a few of the highlights.
Mystery Doily - Patty Dowden
Recently, this mysterious doily was rediscovered on Intatters and caused a commotion. I was so pleased to know that even after more than a decade this doily is still being studied and worked by tatters. Patty Dowden of the Intatters discussion group on this doily, has prepared a new set of diagrams
Drop picot, Down picot, Inward facing picot
The drop picot is also called the down picot or the inward facing picot.
Nina Libin Beads & Knots Needle Tatting
"Beads & Knots" Needle Tatted Jewelry. Nina Libin has prepared a new book especially for needle tatters. Some shuttle tatted beading techniques were not possible to reproduce as the diameter of the tatting needles would not accommodate all sizes of the delicate beads used in tatted beaded jewelry.
Georgiana Bromley - Needle Tatting
"Tatting with a Needle for Beginners" by Georgiana Bromley. This book contains the basic instructions for both left and right handed needle tatters. It also presents the instructions in a unique manner with many references to knitting.
Superbowl Sunday Snowflake Georgia Seitz 1-31-99. This pattern is an exercise in the inward facing or down picot.
Piano Scarf Edging 1916
Miss C.W.'s Tatted edging for Piano Scarf June 11, 1916 The Plain Dealer
Onion Ring Join with the Tatting Needle
The Onion Ring Join with the Tatting Needle takes a little more manipulation to make correctly
Oeillet, Oval, Circle, and Loop all mean Ring.
The word oeillet, along with loop, oval and circle are all used to indicate a "ring" in this 1867 Mlle Riego pattern from the Royal Tatting book, pg. 10.
Tatted Couvrette - Girl's Own Book
Here is another vintage pattern from 1858 edition of "The Girl's Own Book," a butterfly motif "couvrette." The directions to tat the necessary rings includes instructions for "pearl stitches." The "pearl" indicated a "picot" and to make a pearl stitch with picot at that time meant 1 ds picot 1 ds.
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