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Edwige Renaudin - La Frivolité aux Navettes
Edwige Renaudin, "La Frivolité aux Navettes, Les Bases Fondamentales Perfectionnées Vol. 1" published by éditions didier carpentier, 2012, HB, more than 1000 photos and illustrations
K. Solomon's Bookmarks & Button Abecedarius
Karey Solomon, editor of Tatting Times, has recently published two new booklets of patterns, "Bouquet of Bookmarks" and "Button Abecedarius". 26 pages, 11 patterns, half size booklet.
Add on thread (1 shuttle work)
How to add on a new shuttle thread when tatting one shuttle lace patterns
Ginny Weathers - Christmas Bk 2 review
Ginny Weathers, an award winning tatter, and long-time contributor to the Online Tatting Class presents her second Christmas book, "12 Ornaments of Christmas Book 2".
Italian - English Tatting Terms
A list of Italian - English tatting terms.
la frivolite au crochet by V. Deroover - review
Sometimes called Cro-Tat, crochet-tatting uses a straight non-tapered shank similar to a tatting needle
Occhi Schiffchenspitze - Frivolité (Langwieser/Scharowa). The 2011 edition of this book is the same as the original edition with the addition of a few more motifs in the "Musterteil" section and the back section has two peacock designs (one is featured as the new cover to the third edition.)
Beaded Needle Tatting Basics
Beads are threaded onto the shuttle and/or ball threads and brought into position as the double stitches are formed or placed over picots during joining.
Grandmother's Heirloom Handiwork
Grandmother's Heirloom Handiwork, this booklet has no date on it but has the feel and appearance of needlework books of the late '70's and early '80's such as "Stitch'n'Sew" or "Popular Needlework."
Climbing Out from the center
One development in the method of tatting has allowed the tatter to eliminate much of the tedious work of cutting and tying so common in older patterns. Its use allows the tatter to climb out from the center of a pattern and work to the outer rows without cutting the threads. This is climbing out.
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