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Tatting as a Rest Cure
TATTING REST CURE FOR BRITISH BRAINS; Reprinted from the New York Times, Feb. 2, 1913. Public Domain article.

Traditional One Shuttle Tatting - 4 row edging
Traditional One Shuttle Tatting - 4 row edging

What is a Tatted Oeillet?
An explanation of the term "Oeillet" as used in tatting patterns.

Building a Tatting Library - Karey Solomon
Karey Solomon is the editor of "Tatting Times" which is celebrating 24 years. Here is a list of her tatting booklets.

A Useful Edging - Godey's Lady Book
A tatting pattern for children's clothing given in the "Godey's Lady's Book" from September 1857, pg. 266.

First All Women's Fundraiser
In many parts of the USA women have banded together to knit, crochet, quilt (and surely tat) lovely items to be sold along with jams and jellies for fundraisers.

Bunny & Cabbage Edging
A pattern for Spring! A bunny and cabbage edging.

Book Reprinted by House of White Birches (Tatting)
Identification of the original sources for the House of White Birches Tatting Book series and a short history of HWB, now known as DRG network.

House of White Birches & Tatting Books
Identification of the original sources for the House of White Birches Tatting Book series and a short history of HWB, now known as DRG network.

Single Shuttle Chain
Creating a chain using only one shuttle.

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