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Heart Celtic Birgit PHelps
This unusual heart is a workout in Celtic tatting and split rings. Birgit Phelps tatted with two colors. The use of the dark color on the outside really framed the figure. When adding the center part, she recommends finger tatting the last few elements.
Heart, Heart's Desire by Susan Fuller
"Heart's Desire" pattern from Susan Fuller's "A Potpourri of Tatting Patterns"
Heart, Jan Stawasz
Jan Stawasz shares his heart pattern from his new book, "Tatted Treasures." Experienced tatters will recognize that this is his homage to the late master tatter, Mary Konior. (See his acknowledgement on the diagram.)
Hearts, Split ring by Georgia Seitz
Here is a heart pattern to practice both the split ring, multiple joins into one picot and picots all the same size. It is the logo from my personal teaching website, www.georgiaseitz.com.
Heminway Sons Silk Company & Tatting
A few notes on the influence of Heminway Silk Company on tatting.
Hiding Tails basics method
The best way to hide your thread ends is to avoid creating them whenever possible. Eventually, no matter how hard you try to avoid it, you tat to the end of the thread, literally. Here are several ways to hide the ends.
Hiding Tails preferred method
The best way to hide your thread ends is to avoid them whenever possible. This means that you should begin to "think" the pattern through before you tat it. Thinking ahead allows you to employ two shuttles, wind your shuttles in the continuous thread method (CMT), and/or to utilize the split ring, s
Hilda Ringenberg Child's Yoke
Needlecraft Magazine 1923 Child's Tatted Yoke with Sleeves by Hilda Ringenberg. This yoke features the tatted mignonette stitch prominently
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.
History of Tatting, A work in Progress.
The Origins of Tatting are lost in history but we do have a growing timeline for the advancements. This short article mentions a few of the highlights.
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