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Belding Bros & Tatting
A few notes on the influence of the Belding Brothers Silk Thread Company on the art of tatting.

Padded Tatting Rose
A a pattern using padded tatting from an illustration from the Needlecraft Magazine of May 1929, page 10.

Padded Tatting
A brief explanation of padded tatting using an illustration from the Needlecraft Magazine of May 1929, page 10.

Belding Bros. Silk Tatting Book Pt. 4
Belding Brothers Silk Tatting Book. This manufacturer of silk thread published an instruction booklet with patterns. This antique public domain booklet is presented in parts. Here is Fig. 13 through Fig. 19. It is an interesting example of the multiple illustrations used for tatting.

Belding Bros. Silk Tatting Book Pt. 3
Belding Brothers Silk Tatting Book. This manufacturer of silk thread published an instruction booklet with patterns. This antique public domain booklet is presented in parts. Here is Fig. 9 through Fig.12 It is an interesting example of the multiple illustrations used for tatting.

Belding Bros. Silk Tatting Book Pt. 2
Belding Brothers Silk Tatting Book. This manufacturer of silk thread published an instruction booklet with patterns. This antique public domain booklet is presented in parts. Here is Fig. 4 through Fig. 9. It is an interesting example of the multiple illustrations used for tatting.

Belding Bros. Silk Tatting Book Pt. 1
Belding Brothers Silk Tatting Book. This manufacturer of silk thread published an instruction booklet with patterns. This antique public domain booklet is presented in parts. Here is the beginning through Fig. 4. It is an interesting example of the multiple illustrations used for tatting.

Josephine Knot (Ring)
The Josephine Ring or Knot is easy to tat and offers many options for embellishing .

Onion Rings- Ball thread join
The Onion ring uses a ball thread join, not the traditional up join nor the modern down join. The onion ring join allows a center ring to be tightly surrounded by one or more rings in one or more colors. Used with the self-closing mock ring (scmr) it can build a multicolor wide lace.

Antique Handkerchief Edging
Here is another study of an antique pattern with an eye toward tatting the edging using modern tatting techniques to avoid unnecessary cutting and tying.

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