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Angelina's book, "Tatting and Beads", was first published in 1997 as part of the Russian craft books series, "Wonderful Moment." It is an A4 size paper booklet with but 22 pages. But what inspiration there is for tatters who like beaded tatting and beaded jewelry!
Angeline Crichlow's Books
Angeline Crichlow's daughter is again making her mother's tatting publications available to tatters everywhere. You may remember Angeline from a previous article here on BellaOnline.com: Building a Tatting Library - Angeline Crichlow, http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art16413.asp
ANKARS Style Rose
3-D Rose using ANKARS Ring-on-ring Technique. Based loosely on Jeanne Lugert's 3-D Rose Earrings by Stephanie Wilson 2013
ANNA Burda magazine
"ANNA" was an all around magazine for needle artists of every genre. Their May issue featured tatting for years.
Anna G. Vecherskaya
Anna G. Vecherskaya's "FRIVOLITÉ, Practical course in making lace with shuttles" is an A4 paper booklet with 24 pages. Moscow ©1991. It is in the Russian language.
Anne Orr Book 14
J. & P. Coats "Crochet, Cross Stitch and Tatting" by Anne Orr, 1923 Book 14
Antique Collar 6 rows
This antique collar in the photo has survived many decades and the tatting is as firm as ever. It is amazing that something which looks so delicate can be so sturdy.
Antique Handkerchief Edging
Here is another study of an antique pattern with an eye toward tatting the edging using modern tatting techniques to avoid unnecessary cutting and tying.
Applying Needle Tatting to Floral Wire
Excellent projects for the newest tatters, these decorations, floral wreaths and corsages can be made from any thread or yarn. The finished project will need other supplies such as corsage leaves, netting, ribbons and beads, etc.
Barbara Hevener Heminway Pincushion
This antique pin cushion top (finished diameter approximately 4 inches) was presented on pages 75-76 of Lessons in Embroidery published early in the 1900s by M. Heminway & Sons. Barbara Hevener has removed all the unnecessary cut and tie methods used in the original and modernized it.
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