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S Annie Frost Tatting 1877
"The Ladies' Guide to Needle Work, Embroidery, ETC., by S. Annie Frost" being a complete guide to all kinds of Ladies' Fancy Work, with Full descriptions of all the various stitches and materials, and a large number of illustrations for each variety of work." 1877
ANKARS Style Rose
3-D Rose using ANKARS Ring-on-ring Technique. Based loosely on Jeanne Lugert's 3-D Rose Earrings by Stephanie Wilson 2013
Anna G. Vecherskaya
Anna G. Vecherskaya's "FRIVOLITÉ, Practical course in making lace with shuttles" is an A4 paper booklet with 24 pages. Moscow ©1991. It is in the Russian language.
Half-Closed Tatted Ring
he mystery of the half-closed ring lies in the fact that we use it so seldom these days. It can be the foundation for many patterns, as shown by many public domain vintage patterns from the "DMC Book of Tatting" by Thérèse de Dillmont.
The Tatted Cross and Easter items
The tatted cross is a perennial favorite with tatters everywhere. It is a great learning tool and a great gift item. It offers so many possibilities for creativity.
Angelina's book, "Tatting and Beads", was first published in 1997 as part of the Russian craft books series, "Wonderful Moment." It is an A4 size paper booklet with but 22 pages. But what inspiration there is for tatters who like beaded tatting and beaded jewelry!
Spring time is just right for tatted Easter Eggs and crosses
Ben Fikkert's "Frivolité"
Ben Fikkert's "Frivolité" ©1984 was his first tatting publication. It is a small paperback with 30 pages. All the basic tatting techniques are presented in tutorials in the first 20 pages of the book.
Kimiko Ozawa's "Tatting 3" is an A4 large size paperback booklet with only 20 pages and they are all in the Japanese language. The front cover has an excellent example of a traditional style tatted rectangular doily.
Antique Collar 6 rows
This antique collar in the photo has survived many decades and the tatting is as firm as ever. It is amazing that something which looks so delicate can be so sturdy.
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