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Mastering Tatting - Lindsay Rogers
"Mastering Tatting" by Lindsay Rogers is a hardback book with inner coil binding. It is 7.5" x 9.5", 111 pages in color. Published 2013 by GMC Pubs., UK. This book would make excellent reference book for any tatter.
Determined toTat? Tools that will help
If you are determined to tat and face physical challenges with your hands, there is help available.
Tatted Daisy by Mrs. Odum
Tatted Daisy by Mrs. W. M. Odum. New models by Amrutha N.
Tatting History cont'd.
A History of Tatting, A work in Progress by Georgia Seitz. As I continue my study of the origins of tatting I will continue to post the information.
Tatted Jewelry - Annamaria Riccardi
Tatted Jewelry, Necklaces, Bracelets and Earrings by Annamaria Riccardi. This 2013 book is full of easy and fun to tat traditional designs. Although printed in Italian, the full color photos and diagrams make it simple to follow directions.
2 Color Cluny Necklace Dagmar Pezzuto
Dagmar Pezzuto shares a challenging two color cluny petal necklace. This pattern uses rings, split rings, bead in the center of rings, cluny tatting, and two color cluny petals. Here is a great opportunity to experiment with both color and beads.
Cluny Tatting 2 colors tutorial Dagmar Pezzuto
Dagmar Pezzuto present a tutorial on creating a two color tatted cluny leaf or petal.
Two Color Edging DMC
Linda Reiff has modernized this vintage DMC Tatting pattern. Located on pg. 26, it is the Edging Fig. 12 in Two Color Tatting. This is an excellent two color for beginning tatters. It will also introduce them to floating rings and RODS.
Starting a Pattern
You do not have to start exactly where the directions say. Remember that older patterns told us often to cut and tie when it was completely unnecessary. Tatters today try to modernize patterns by starting with a starter picot, or using a mock picot to climb out into a split ring/chain.
Chemical Lace Tatting
Chemical Lace. Machine-made Tatting, Faux Tatting. Embroidered fabric was treated with a chemical which dissolved the fabric leaving only the faux "tatted lace" behind. Examples of chemical lace tatting can be puzzling to the tatter.
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