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How to Open A Closed Ring
Thoughts on Opening a Closed Tatted Ring. Here are a few suggestions on opening a closed ring and an explanation of gapsosis.

How to Open A Closed Ring
Thoughts on Opening a Closed Tatted Ring. Here are a few suggestions on opening a closed ring and an explanation of gapsosis.

VanDyke Edging by Sudie Sherrod
Sudie Sherrod Needlecraft Magazine April 1933 pg. 24 An Especially Pretty Van Dyke Border

Nina Libin - Beaded Pearl Tatting BK 17
Nina Libin - Beaded Pearl Tatting (Lace of Beads #17) This study of beaded pearl tatting will offer unique ways to incorporate multiple colors of beads with at least two colors of thread in one pass.

Tatted Ring Types
A list (in progress)of all the different types of tatted rings.

Tatted Gifts and Novelties
Tatted Gifts and Novelties. One of the perks from attending Tat Days (here at Palmettos but also at all tatting events) is the goodie bag. Throughout the year the group members and guilds work together to create some hostess type gifts to use as welcome presents for students and as thank you gifts f

Dr. Cantwell's How to Tat
Intriguing set of instructions by a Dr. Cantwell published in 1914. Includes direction for making a "bar" chain? using a separate needle and buttonhole stitches.

Lark's Head Picot Join (LHPJ)
The LHPJ looks just like the familiar luggage tag loop.

Lark's Head Picot Join (LHPJ)
The LHPJ looks just like the familiar luggage tag loop.

Block Tatting Pattern Sample
Recently, this pattern was brought to my attention with a request to explain in what direction the tatting progresses. It is by Ila Frost.

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