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Japanese Style Hook Tatting
Japanese Style Hook Tatting is a new publication by Toshiko Takashima who was born in Osaka, Japan. A talented designer she learned tatting and knitting from sisters during her childhood.This is her 4th book.

Braccialetti by Alicja Kwartnik
This new book presents nine tatted bracelets treatments. All the bracelets are embellished with regular beads, pearls and fancy beads.

Beaded Tatting by Bernadette Baldelli
Bernadette Baldelli's new book, "Frivolité avec des perles." Altho written in French, the photos and diagrams with the double stitch count make these pattern available to all of us.

Il Lavoro Chiacchierino Series
Here's an update on this long-running series of tatting books produced by Mani di Fata is a treasure trove of traditional tatting patterns.

Needle Tatting from Donatella Ciotti
The first book by Donatella Ciotti, an Italian tatting designer, that I have studied. It is full of easy patterns of jewelry and gifts items.

Rick Rack & Tatting Bookmark Wally Sosa
Rick Rack & Tatting Motif-Bookmark Wally Sosa.This pattern is from the files of the Online Tatting Class 2001 . It is a good beginning pattern.

Delineator Wide Edging
A Wide edging from the vintage Delineator magazine

Tatted Doilies & Edgings - Annamaria Riccardi
Tatted Doilies and Edgings by Annamaria Riccardi

Tatting as Meditation
Tatting is a great way to reduce the noise and stress from the everyday world which impinge on our senses every day all day.

Tatted Christmas Balls
Nadine presents reusable tatted holiday ornament covers.

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