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Superbowl BD Ice Drop - Wally Sosa
Wally Sosa of needles-n-shuttles.com is a long time member of the Online Tatting Class which celebrates its 19th year online in 2018 which celebrates the Superbowl and Wally's Birthday with a special snowflake
Owl Heart - Phyllis Schmidt
A simple pattern that is a "hoot" to tat. It is great exercise in the node stitch or Victorian sets.
Hearts & Flowers
Hearts & Flowers by Mary Joseph Donohue and Sue Hanson. From the files of the Online Tatting Class, March 2007- 2008. Use with permission.
Beaded Valentine Heart Sachet
This dainty valentine can not only carry Cupid's message, but also serve as a pin cushion, brooch holder, or a sweetly scented sachet.
More Tatted Edgings - Cecilia Vane
From the American Thread Company leaflet 79-9-39 with Cecilia Vanek designs tatting patterns, here are two more patterns to enjoy. Pattern #8 reminds me of a row of flower bushes. It would be a good pattern to use a variegated thread in tatting the blossoms and a greenish thread for the leaves.
2 Edgings - Cecilia Vanek
This leaflet was produced by the American Thread Company as an advertisement for Star Thread around 1939. It was rescued from loss by Sharon Merrow and is now being shared with the Online Tatting Class and all the tatters on BellaOnline.com!
Forgotten Angel - Mary Maynard
A tatted angel by Mary Maynard using floating rings and node stitch.
2018 Tatting Fundraiser Quilt
This is the fundraiser for the tatting scholarships to the Palmettos Annual Tat Days in Sept. 2018. So far these beautiful blocks have been sent in for the quilt. I hope you will be inspired to help us, too. Please contact me for a block and decorate and mail by March 20, 2018
Flurry Snowflake by Harolah Cheser
Flurry Snowflake by Harolahlala (Harolah Cheser), aka The Shade Tree Designer, features the use of floating rings.
Hanky corner Is it chemical lace?
This type of machine-made lace was first heavily embroidered on a fabric background. Then the entire fabric is treated with a chemical which dissolved the fabric leaving only the "lace" behind.
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