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Diamond Pattern revised Sue Duckles
On page 13 of her book, "Tatting", Norma Benporath offered a set of four designs. These were intended for bridge mats or tablecloths. The symbols are the heart, diamond, spade and club. Sue Duckles offers a one pass revision of the diamond pattern.

Tat Plus Teneriffe Wheel - Bonnie Swank
Bonnie Swank has prepared a round teneriffe wheel by laying foundation threads in the classic manner as shown in this vintage photo and then tatted a two round edging for it.

Clara Haase pats #2 #4
These are two more designs are by Clara Haase. Her name appears more than once in Needlecraft Magazine.

Tatting Plus Teneriffe
Tatting has been combined with teneriffe lace. Teneriffe is a needle lace method in which a web of threads is worked out across a foundation which may be a piece of heavy cloth, a pin cushion or a specially designed form like a wheel or square

Lucy's Rose Doily by Mrs Consistre
Mrs. Louise "Lucy" Consistre, who tatted the famous "Last Supper" tapestry also tatted this rose doily in the same technique of blocks of four ring. It is not known if this is her original pattern.

Die Schiffchenarbeit - It's All Tatting
Die Schiffchenarbeit - It's All Tatting Free tatting book online. There are no patterns. There are no diagrams. Just close up detailed photos of the tatting.

Die Schiffchenarbeit - It's All Tatting
Die Schiffchenarbeit - It's All Tatting Free tatting book online. There are no patterns. There are no diagrams. Just close up detailed photos of the tatting.

Marie Rice Researches 1930's Butterfly
A few years ago Marie Rice researched a 1930's tatted butterfly which she purchased at LACIS in Berkeley CA. LACIS is a lace maker's and needleworker’s paradise. Marie has collected tatting books and patterns for over 50 years, but had never seen this tailed butterfly pattern before.

Clara Haase pats #1 #5
These two designs are by Clara Haase whose name appears more than once in Needlecraft Magazine. Here they are from Oct. 1925 issue.

Ending Coronation Cord & Tatting Patterns
Tips on handling the ends of coronation cord used in tatting patterns.

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