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Spring time is just right for tatted Easter Eggs and crosses
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.
The double picot is a decorative picot often used for added texture in tatting designs.
DMC, de Dillmont & Tatting
The importance of the DMC thread company to tatting.
Dexter Yarn Co. & Tatting
A brief history of the Dexter Yarn company and its influence on tatting.
Corticelli Silk Co. & Tatting
Consider the Ends First
Tatters do not like hiding thread ends, so methods of avoiding extra ends to hide have developed.
Collingbourne's & Tatting
A few notes on the history of Collingbourne's and tatting, Richard Silk Company, and Virgina Snow Studios.
Cluny or Petal Tatting
Here are the basic steps for cluny tatting.
Cluny Flower and Net by Dagmar Pezzuto
SCREEN WITH SEQUINS AND SEED BEADS By Dagmar Pezzuto ©2013 This was Dagmar's Mother's Day card for her mom in 2013. The flowers are an experiment in the use of beads in a tatted cluny petal.
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