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Edging with Interlocking Rings
Here is another charming tatting pattern shared by Dagmar Pezzuto. It is tatted with regular rings, split rings and interlocking rings. Two shuttles are required to achieve this effect. Since there are interlocking rings, celtic style, a narrow shuttle will need to pass through a completed ring.
Emiko Kitoa Tatting Lace
Tatting Lace Accessories by Emiko Kitoa ©2014 Applemints #108 Asahi Originals #453 This new tatting book is absolutely surprising! It has some really creative techniques and 3-dimensional tatting, too.
Hilda Ringenberg Child's Yoke
Needlecraft Magazine 1923 Child's Tatted Yoke with Sleeves by Hilda Ringenberg. This yoke features the tatted mignonette stitch prominently
Anna J Johnson - Doily
Needlecraft Magazine April 1923 Doily with Border in Modern Tatting by Anna J. Johnson
Roy Feuchtwanger - Doily
Needlecraft Magazine Year Unknown Dec. pg. 12 Tatted Doily by Roy Feuchtwanger
Sajou Album for Frivolity Works #16
Album for Frivolity Works #16 Published ©1861 by SAJOU, Embroidery and Tapestry Patterns Manufacturer, Paris. Here are the directions for pattern #16 in modern tatting notation. This is an edging comprised of half closed rings.
The Young Ladies' Journal. 1885 Fig. 21
The Young Ladies' Journal. Complete Guide to the Work-Table. 9th edition 1885. Tatting. Pattern #21 with original pattern (mistakes and all) and modern tatting methods. One shuttle pattern.
Tatting Fantasia 4 by Iris Niebach
Iris Niebach's new "Tatting Fantasia 4" has a cosmopolitan feel. Each of the dozen tatting projects included are named after a different well-known city.
Tatting Lace Korean Language
This new book from Korea is the second ever Korean language tatting book I have seen. Its emphasis is on tatting for utilitarian or household purposes.
Sunflower Motif by Betty Albertson
This Sunflower by Betty Albertson offers exercises in making the split chain, forming dense centers from chains, climbing out through a mock picot to reduce the number of cuts to the thread and cluny weaving.
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