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Joins -Up, Down, Shuttle Lock Join
The join is a technique used in constructed large pieces of lace from smaller tatted bits. There are many types of join, i.e., up, down, shuttle lock join, onion ring, split ring, swirl, lark's head picot join (LHPJ), and many others.
Josephine Knot (Ring)
The Josephine Ring or Knot is easy to tat and offers many options for embellishing .
Julie Patterson - Three Books
These three books by Julie Patterson in Australia have long been out of print. The patterns are all easy to follow with clear diagrams and photos of the work. They have been brought back into print this week. They would be an excellent addition to any tatter's tatting reference library.
K. Solomon's Bookmarks & Button Abecedarius
Karey Solomon, editor of Tatting Times, has recently published two new booklets of patterns, "Bouquet of Bookmarks" and "Button Abecedarius". 26 pages, 11 patterns, half size booklet.
Kimiko Ozawa's "Tatting 3" is an A4 large size paperback booklet with only 20 pages and they are all in the Japanese language. The front cover has an excellent example of a traditional style tatted rectangular doily.
la frivolite au crochet by V. Deroover - review
Sometimes called Cro-Tat, crochet-tatting uses a straight non-tapered shank similar to a tatting needle
La Frivolité Dentelle aux Navettes - review
This French language tatting book is great for beginning tatters. Pascale Provost & Mick Fouriscot present all the basics in full color, step by step photos and illulstrations.
Lace, Dogs and Smuggling
An historical incident involving dogs and lace smuggling. The content is graphic.
Lacework! Tatting Lace Asahi Originals
"Lacework! Tatting Lace" is published by Applemints ©2013. It is a 8.5" x 10 " (22 x 26 cm) paperbound book with 65 pages packed with full color photos of the tatting, full color tutorials and multicolored diagrams.
Lark's Head Picot Join (LHPJ)
The LHPJ looks just like the familiar luggage tag loop.
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