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Simple Dainty Edging Beginners
A Simple Dainty Edging for Beginners. This edging appeared in the Coats & Clark Booklet #159, "Priscilla Edgings for all purposes," and is used as a teaching tool with their permission.

Tat Mats by Karey Solomon
Tat Mats by Karey Solomon is a new booklet of original designs which may be used for many purposes. Singly, they could be mats, coasters, rug mugs or adorable motifs for clothing embellishment.

3 Basic Edgings C&C 1488L
Vintage edgings from Coats & Clark #1488L. Used with permission.

New Tatting Works 2016 Ring & Picot
This is the second book review for this series. I paraphrase their mission statement: Organized May 2015, Ring & Picot seeks to promote the use of tatting and the art of tatted lace now and in the future.

Toys for Tatting by Martha Ess
One look at the proudly prancing pony on the cover of Martha Ess' new book, "Toys for Tatting," shows us that these are going to be playful patterns with many uses.

Tatted Leaf Forms
Perhaps the most common type of tatted leaf pattern is the tatted cluny leaf aka petal or tallie and the cloverleaf.

Christmas Ornaments Ineke Kuiperij
Everything for Christmas Book 3 (2016) by Ineke Kuiperij Her gift for tatting 3-dimensional (3-d) objects is astounding.

Dimpled Heart Edging
Dimpled Rings Edging

NC June 1926 Edging Anna Johnson
Needlecraft Magazine 1926 June Dainty Tatted Trim by Anna J. Johnson

Il Lavoro Chiacchierino #19
Il Lavoro Chiacchierino #19 2016 pub Casa Editrice Mani di Fata, the newest issue of the Italian tatting magazine.

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