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4 Seasons Ineke Kuiperij
Ineke Kuiperij's new book of tatting patterns features designs for all four seasons of the year.

Mignonette Basics
The tatted mignonette stitch is not a stitch at all. It is actuallya tatted ground work comprised of all rings, no chains.

Flights of Fantasy Martha Ess
This is a spiral bound paperback book of 38 pages, 8.5" x 11" in size. Presented by Master Tatter, Martha Ess, this is a set of patterns to delight and challenge all tatters.

Hanging Cluny Split Ring Flower
This split ring flower with hanging cluny leaves is shared with us by Ruth Perry.

Tatting Revisited Anita Hebert
Tatting Revisited, A Shuttle Approach Right and Left Handed Manual Anita Hebert c. 2009 A Beginners Instruction Book.

Roll Tatting Round Medallion
Roll tatting is a novelty stitch found in many vintage tatting publications

Roll Tatting Tutorial
Roll tatting is a novelty stitch found in many vintage tatting patterns.

Tatted Insertions Comfort Tatting
Tatting Designs" by Comfort Workers, 1917 Insertion using Reverse order double stitch

History of Tatting, A work in Progress.
The Origins of Tatting are lost in history but we do have a growing timeline for the advancements. This short article mentions a few of the highlights.

Mystery Doily - Patty Dowden
Recently, this mysterious doily was rediscovered on Intatters and caused a commotion. I was so pleased to know that even after more than a decade this doily is still being studied and worked by tatters. Patty Dowden of the Intatters discussion group on this doily, has prepared a new set of diagrams

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