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Viktorianisches Occhi by Julia Haug
Julia Haug is introducing tatters to Mlle. Eleonore Riego de la Branchardiere, a famous tatter of the 20th century, in a small books of selected patterns.

Building Good Tension Ring by Ring
Building good tension with one shuttle work, rings only; small projects to practice.

Building Good Tension Ring by Ring
Building good tension with one shuttle work, rings only; small projects to practice.

Triple Picot
The triple picot is a decorative picot often used for added texture in tatting designs.

Double Picots
The double picot is a decorative picot often used for added texture in tatting designs.

Building a Tatting Library - Iris Niebach
The books of Iris Niebach. Iris Niebach presents good strong traditional tatting patterns in her books. She often designs several smaller motifs which she then uses as the basic building block for several large and small doilies and lace pieces.

The Split Ring in 1901??
In studying old Australian newspapers archives Judith Anderson discovered a pattern with unusual directions. This pattern was printed in 1901 and seemed top include direction for the split ring. I believe that this may make it the earliest documented use of the split ring

Split Chain
The split chain is just one technique which allows a tatter to tat from the center out or from row to row with unnecessary cuts in the thread. Popularized by Dora Young who was also the first tatter to ever receive a U.S. Patent for a tatting technique.

Gift or Sachet Bag
A hanky with a tatted lace edge, even an antique one or one with worn places or spots, can be folded and basted into a lovely sachet bag.

Joins - Onion Ring, LHPJ, Inverted
Onion Ring, Lark's Head Picot Join (LHPJ), Inverted (Dutch) Ball Thread Join. These are techniques used in constructed large pieces of lace from smaller bits. There are many types of join, i.e., up, down, shuttle lock join, onion ring, split ring, swirl, lark's head picot join (LHPJ),et al

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