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DMC, de Dillmont & Tatting
The importance of the DMC thread company to tatting.
Dora Young Knot
A remarkable tatter and the only tatter to have received a patent for a tatting technique, Dora Young published the book, "All New Knotless Tatting Designs." You will remember mention of the "Dora Young Knot", the bridging or split chain technique. A list of famous books at the end.
The double picot is a decorative picot often used for added texture in tatting designs.
Superbowl Sunday Snowflake Georgia Seitz 1-31-99. This pattern is an exercise in the inward facing or down picot.
Dr. Cantwell's How to Tat
Intriguing set of instructions by a Dr. Cantwell published in 1914. Includes direction for making a "bar" chain? using a separate needle and buttonhole stitches.
Drop picot, Down picot, Inward facing picot
The drop picot is also called the down picot or the inward facing picot.
E.J. Lavalle 1917 book, fig. 30
This pattern from the 1917 book by E. J. Lavalle looked like an autumn leaf or so I thought. Then it began to look like a moth, no, a leaf from a tulip tree, no a fan. OK. I don't know what to call it. But give it a try.
Spring time is just right for tatted Easter Eggs and crosses
Edging by Dagmar Pezzuto and Anne Orr
This edging was inspired by Anne Orr's pattern from J. & P. Coats "Crochet, Cross Stitch and Tatting" Book 14 ©1923. It has been revised and redesigned by Dagmar Pezzuto – 2014 ©
Edging from Priscilla Yoke - Dagmar Pezzuto
This pattern has been rewritten by Dagmar Pezzuto. It is a Priscilla Yoke pattern from 1916. Dagmar made some changes to better fit her towel.
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