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Alphabet A-K Anna Valeire Book 3
The Tatted Alphabet by Anna Valeire Book 3 pg. 15. Tatted initials are handy for many projects. And added flower or decorative picots are just fine, too.

Lace Bark Tree
What is the strangest material with which you have ever tatted? It wasn't bark from the lace bark tree but what a story this is.

Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern doily 1922
An original doily by Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern, (German) Leipzig, Germany, Beyers Handarbeitsbücher 9, 1922

Butterfly Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern
An original edging by Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern, (German) Leipzig, Germany, Beyers Handarbeitsbücher 9, 1922, morphed into a potential butterfly.

Boutonniere
French, undated, saved by the Antique Pattern Library. For those who are thinking about teaching or who like to tat vintage patterns, this little pattern is a great teaching lesson. (Errors in translation are the editor's.)

Needleart 1921 7 edgings with diagrams
These patterns from the 1921 Needleart magazine Vol. 8 #3 have been featured on BellaOnline.com during this summer. Now we have the addition of diagrams and new models prepared by Muskaan.

Dora Young Knot
A remarkable tatter and the only tatter to have received a patent for a tatting technique, Dora Young published the book, "All New Knotless Tatting Designs." You will remember mention of the "Dora Young Knot", the bridging or split chain technique. A list of famous books at the end.

Tatted Rosette #45 Mrs. Beeton
Beeton's Book of Needlework by Mrs. Isabella Beeton was originally published in Great Britain in 1870 by Ward, Lock and Tyler. This Tatted Rosette appears as #45 on page 41 of the 1986 reprint

Tatted Edges and Insert Needleart Mag
The Needleart 1921 page studied recently had seven patterns. This is the full list. These seven patterns intended for underwear but today's fashions would lend itself to decorating outer wear as well. Later this week diagrams and new models will be added to this list. Please check back.

Needleart 1921 edging #5
These patterns are from the "Needleart" magazine Vol.8 #3 published in 1921 on page 17 and continued on page 68. There are seven patterns of varying degrees of difficulties. The designs are intended for underwear but today's fashions would also be enhanced on outer wear as well. More this summer.

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