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Leo Vonn - Gentleman Tatter
Leo Vonn was a gentleman tatter from Cleveland.
Jan Voskes Tatter from Holland
Jan Voskes is a gentleman tatter from the Netherlands who learned tatting from his grandfather.
Hisayo Sugita's "Tatting Lace" is a lavishly photographed book which would challenge the beginning tatter and would provide many hours of happy tatting for the experienced.
Selection of Japanese Tatting Books
Excellent tatting pattern books from Japan.
Tomoko Morimoto - 3 Steps to Great Tatted Lace
"3 Steps to Great Tatted Lace" by Tomoko Morimoto, NHK Jan. 2012. In this full size book with 28 patterns and 80 pages, Tomoko Morimoto presents the basic of tatting in three sections.
The Classic Wheel
It is never too early to begin your tatted entries for the State and local fairs. to inspire you here is a vintage edging. This classic wheel edging earned Mabel Stanley the $1 prize as reported in the April 20, 1919 newspaper in Cuyahoga Falls [Ohio.]
Ben Fikkert Tatter
Ben Fikkert is a gentleman tatter from the Netherlands. He has written three books on tatting.
Which half stitch comes first?
What is meant by the first and second half stitch? These stitches were known earlier as the plain or the purl stitch, or the French stitch and the English stitch.
Jan Stawasz Tatter from Poland
Jan Stawasz is the premier tatting designer in Poland.
Gentleman tatter, Chester Ross Bentz Sr.
Chester Ross Bentz Sr. learned to tat while awaiting transportation Stateside after the end of World War I. Chester then enjoyed a life-long love affair with tatting. He created 4 full bedspreads for his sons. One of which is in a museum in Winterset Iowa.
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