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Motif Bocher 1912 Tatting Book
Bocher 1912 Tatting Book. Among the many patterns for which members of the Online Tatting Class rewrote methods in 2009 and prepared samples, several are still available in the class files. This particular pattern inspired both earrings by Sue MacLeod and a bracelet, too.
Lovely Tatting Doilies - Hye-oon Lee
Hye-oon Lee has published a tatting book, Lovely Tatting: Doilies for Spring and Summer (in English.) Hye-oon presents many traditional style doilies, small and large. But there are some non traditional construction methods used especially in the center of several doilies. 2016
Cherry Blossom Motif 1 - Hye-oon Lee
Hye-oon Lee is sharing a pattern from her tatting book, "Lovely Tatting: Doilies for Spring and Summer." This petite doily is called the Cherry Blossom Motif.
The Boo-Boo Cross
A tatted cross with floral decorations
International Tat Day 2017
How did we celebrate International Tatting Day on April 1, 2017?
Mignonette Snood - Stephanie Wilson
Emmy Liebert Book #36 Pattern #23 From the files of the Online Tatting Class is shared a vintage pattern by Emmy Liebert with revised and modernized text by Stephanie Wilson
Why I tat?
This poem was written by Sariah Joy, a tatter and friend with whom I have lost contact over the years. Maybe she will see her poem online and get back in touch. She shared this with tatters from the Online Tatting Class years ago.
Which direction do I tat?
A new or inexperienced tatter might well not know where to start. And even experienced tatters sometimes can be bewildered. And there is no exact rule to follow as the direction of tatting may change from pattern to pattern and even from row to row. And left-handed and right-handed tatters will see
Kite with Cluny Tail - Mimi Dillman
Mimi Dillman is a master tatter and well-known for her work with the method of Cluny tatting. This kite is just right for the winds of March!
Sakura Cherry Blossom - Corina Meyfeldt
Spring is Cherry Blossom time and master Corina Meyfeldt and designed a lovely blossom for tatters. Many of uses from hairclips, bridal bouquets, barrettes for brides' maids. And they would look great bundled together for a pin or brooch.
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