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Tomiko Morimoto Tatting Lace Lesson Book 2018
Tomoko Morimoto's new book, Tatting Lace Lesson Book" is a great teaching tool filled with lots of inspirations. Check out the great square doily with negative space in the back of the book.

Onion Ring Motif Vintage
This is an interesting exercise in diagramming and writing patterns. An antique German tatting book which has only photos no text, "Die Schiffchenarbeit" offers a challenge. This pattern uses the onion ring tatting elements so often found in antiue patterns.

Filigree Necklace - Susan Phillipo
Filigree Necklace - Susan Phillipo, This is a very simple pattern made up entirely of a simple spit ring pattern.

Emblem Tatting - Mikami Gaku
Mikami Gaku, a tatting student of Yuuko Terachi, has published an interesting booklet with seven lovely tatting designs.

Snowflakes have 6 points
Snowflakes have 6 points, or do they?. The traditional tatted snowflake has a total of 6 points or a multiple of 6 points. This tradition is based upon the fact the physical crystalline structure of snowflakes is based on 6 points. But...

Measuring the Picot by Muskaan
A tool called a picot gauge is used to measure the length of a tatted picot.

Treble Tat Stitch - Nineta Caruso
Ninetta shares her technique of creating a tatting stitch which gives the appearance of treble crochet stitches in tatting.

Square Motif - Daniela Mendola
Daniela Mendola shares another motif just right for the beginning tatter. A square motif.

Drop Earrings - Daniela Mendola
Daniela's earrings are so cute and easy to tat up. This pattern has but 2 rings and a chain. The earrings are beaded.

Summertime Bling Cabochon - Jane Eborall
Jane Eborall's Square Cabochon. Jane Eborall shares her design of a square cabochon framed with tatting. Notice the cab is faceted to reflect the light and there is a motif tucked into the back side but visible through the cab!

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