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Girl's Own Book 1858 Pattern
"The Girl's Own Book" in 1833 had no tatting. But by the time that the 1858 edition was issued, tatting had its own section. The tatting section is on pages 330 through 348. The instructions are quite general but accurate as are the illustrations. Among the patterns is this curious piece of lace.
Golden Tatting Shuttles
Fancy shuttles with costly decorations are well known among tatting and knotting shuttles, too. But, gold?
Grandmother's Heirloom Handiwork
Grandmother's Heirloom Handiwork, this booklet has no date on it but has the feel and appearance of needlework books of the late '70's and early '80's such as "Stitch'n'Sew" or "Popular Needlework."
Grape vine padded - lesson
Joy Critchfield prepared this beginner's lesson for the 2003 Online Tatting Class, please enjoy the "Heard It Thru The Grapevine" project.
Half-Closed Tatted Ring
he mystery of the half-closed ring lies in the fact that we use it so seldom these days. It can be the foundation for many patterns, as shown by many public domain vintage patterns from the "DMC Book of Tatting" by Thérèse de Dillmont.
Hanging Cluny Split Ring Flower
This split ring flower with hanging cluny leaves is shared with us by Ruth Perry.
Happy Occhi by Petra Tornack-Zimmermann
"Happy Occhi", a new book in German (English translation available). Square motifs in tatted lace by Petra Tornack-Zimmermann 2013. Pattern shared is Sonnenschein from page 20
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.)
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