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Mastering Tatting - Lindsay Rogers
"Mastering Tatting" by Lindsay Rogers is a hardback book with inner coil binding. It is 7.5" x 9.5", 111 pages in color. Published 2013 by GMC Pubs., UK. This book would make excellent reference book for any tatter.
Memories of Tatting at the Fair
My memories of the Cumberland County Fair and tatting go back more than 60 years.
Men in Tatting - Mark Myers
When building our tatting pattern reference library we must not forget the gentlemen of tatting. Some of those who are published tatting designers may be known to you already. This article on Mark Myers is but a start on the list of male tatters which is in the process of being researched.
Mes Vacances, Album de 170
In this album of needlework patterns on pg. 53 there is a single tatting pattern illustrated. There were no directions included.
The tatted mignonette stitch is not a stitch at all. It is actuallya tatted ground work comprised of all rings, no chains.
Miniature Doily for Dollhouse Side Buffet
A miniature doily intended for a side buffet in a 1:12 doll house.
Miss Beller's Van Dyke Edging 1916
Miss Beller's Van Dyke Edging 1916, The Plain Dealer, is a vintage piece of simple tatting but whose construction requires planning.
Modernize Vintage Tatting Patterns
Modernizing a vintage tatting pattern is easily defined as finding a path to tat the lace from center to outer row, or from row to row without cutting the thread. The fewer cuts of the thread, the fewer ends there would be to hide.
More Fun with Split Ring Tatting - Karen Bovard
Karen Bovard's new book has wonderfully illustrated instructions for the basic split ring as well as illustrations to cover many of its uses in tatting. Through these pages the tatter will gain a greater understanding of tatting construction.
Mrs. Amy Nutt's Vintage Insertion 1917
Here is a vintage insertion with many possibilities. It is by Mrs. Amy Nutt and first published in The Plain Dealer , Jan. 14, 1917.
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