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Sunflower Motif by Betty Albertson
This Sunflower by Betty Albertson offers exercises in making the split chain, forming dense centers from chains, climbing out through a mock picot to reduce the number of cuts to the thread and cluny weaving.
Cluny Flowers 2 colors
Cluny Flowers in two thread colors shared Dagmar Pezzuto 2014 © from the Online Tatting Class lessons.
Betty Albertson 8 pt motif
Betty Albertson was a participant in Book 5 of the Ribbonwinners Series, “Tatting with Friends” edited by Georgia Seitz 1995 (op) . Her pattern of an eight point motif offers exercises in multiple joins, climbing out and varied length of picots.
St. Gertrude Museum Tatting
Tatted Lace at the Monastery of St. Gertrude Museum in Cottonwood Idaho
Norma Benporath's 3 Motifs
These three medallions appeared in the Jan. 31, 1935 issue of The Queenslander on page 35 written by Norma Benporath, OAM.
Marilee has published another book! This book of necklaces, bracelets, earring and pendants is paperbound 8.5" x 11" and has 48 pages of full color tatting.
Olympic Interlocking Rings
The symbol of the Olympics is a set of five interlocking rings. The method of tatting interlocking rings has recently been of special interest for that reason.
Lovely Tatting Lace - Korean
"Lovely Tatting Lace" is a Korean language tatting instructions and patterns book. It is a paperback with 192 pages. There is full color on every page, even the diagrams. Beautiful work and easy to understands diagrams
Pointed Edging - Mabel Ketchum 1917
Mabel's Edging is a simple pattern which forms delicate points. This edging may be used to adorn clothing, linens or even turned into jewelry. Add a few beads over the joins and in the centers of the rings and instant necklace!
Bridge Set Heart
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.
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