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Flower Basket - Lotte Winter-Leipzig
This set of directions for the Flower Basket by Lotte Winter-Leipzig from Emmy Liebert's Bk 1 was written by Elke Grotegut.

Snowflake, L Hauck 1915
Snowflake, L Hauck 1915 Snowflake pattern pg 15 from Tatting of Today pub. by Ladies' World ed. Louise Hauck 1915

Camisole Yoke Antique
Tatted camisoles and yokes were favorites of tatters in the early part of the previous century. Although intended for lingerie and sleepwear, these are perfect for summer tops and evening blouses.

Strange Insertion Priscilla Book 2
The Priscilla Tatting Book #2 pg. 5 fig. 11 insertion. Insertions are useful patterns for linens in particular but are often found on clothing as well.

Comfort Tatting Feb. 1925 2 patterns
Two simple edgings from the Comfort Tatting Magazine from Feb. 1925.

Daisy Medallion 1922
This pattern was published in a 1922 Home Arts & Entertainment magazine. It is a daisy medallion which uses the mock picot to climb out.

Grape vine padded - lesson
Joy Critchfield prepared this beginner's lesson for the 2003 Online Tatting Class, please enjoy the "Heard It Thru The Grapevine" project.

Pearl Tatted Bracelet Padded
Joys' padded bracelet with pearl tatting.

Nina Libin Long Picot Earring
Nina Libin's earrings with 3 long beaded picots needs 2½ - 3 yards of 3-ply metallic embroidery thread and 150-160 seed beads size 11.

Tatting & Patchwork
"Hand Stitched Crazy Patchwork" by Hazel Blomkamp, is not specifically a tatting book but it does have a six page section on the fundamentals of tatting.

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