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DMC's Diamant thread report
Kathleen Minniti recently finished her first project using DMC's Diamant thread and would share her experience with tatters.
LB Bailey Tatted One Shuttle Edgings
Although "Tatted One Shuttle Edgings" is her first book, Leslie Birden Bailey is no beginner at tatting. She writes in the introduction that she began tatting in 1970. She was inspired by a scrap of tatted lace still attached to her late grandmother's tatting shuttle.
Maltese Earrings by Dagmar Pezzuto
This pattern was translated from the Portuguese for us to share. Just go slow and use needle tatting with both hands for ease of working.
Emmy Liebert's Square Star
Emmy Liebert's Square Star from Schiffchen-Arbeiten Frivolitäten 1916 Book 1 fig. 30 pg. 65 reprint pg.14
Cluny Square Motif - Dagmar Pezzuto
Dagmar Pezzuto's new cluny square may be tatted individually and joined into flat lace fabric. And the basic steps for cluny tatting are included.
Dagmar's Brisbane Earrings
Cloverleaf edging pattern from the June 13, 1908 Brisbane Courier pg.14 with a modern adaptation from Dagmar Pezzuto.
NH Youngburg Pattern #1
Forty Original Designs in Tatting By Nellie Hall Youngburg Novel and Unique Designs with Complete Instructions for Every Pattern Designed and Executed by Nellie Hall Youngburg Brookings, SD© 1921. Edging which may be combined to create insertion.
NH Youngburg Rose Medallion #19
Rose Medallion #19 Pg 6 Forty Original Designs in Tatting By Nellie Hall Youngburg Novel and Unique Designs with Complete Instructions for Every Pattern Designed and Executed by Nellie Hall Youngburg, Brookings, SD© 1921.
Cloverleaf Edging Mrs. V. C. Fitzpatrick 1918
Here is a simple repeating cloverleaf and chain edging from Mrs. V. C. Fitzpatrick as published in the Jan. 27, 1918 Plain Dealer.
Tomoko Morimoto's Lessons 1,2,3
It is the tutorial pages which really shine in the new book by Tomoko Morimoto. It is in Japanese but the diagrams are well marked and they provides a lot of extra information, too, the amounts of thread needed to tat motifs combined for household linens, curtains, tablecloths, purses and jewelry.
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