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During a maintenance outage, a few tatting newsletters may not have reached tatters. Here is a list of those newsletter now posted online as tatting articles.
Lovely Tatting Lace - Korean
"Lovely Tatting Lace" is a Korean language tatting instructions and patterns book. It is a paperback with 192 pages. There is full color on every page, even the diagrams. Beautiful work and easy to understands diagrams
Lucy's Rose Doily by Mrs Consistre
Mrs. Louise "Lucy" Consistre, who tatted the famous "Last Supper" tapestry also tatted this rose doily in the same technique of blocks of four ring. It is not known if this is her original pattern.
Mailable Tatted Holiday Tree Greeting Card
Here is a quick an easy project for the holidays. A tatted Christmas tree which can be mailed or scanned and used to print your own holiday greeting cards.
Maltese Earrings by Dagmar Pezzuto
This pattern was translated from the Portuguese for us to share. Just go slow and use needle tatting with both hands for ease of working.
Mardi Gras Mask Tatted Jabot
Just imagine this jabot from Sophie La Croix's "Old and New Designs in Tatting, Book 11" in the traditional Mardi Gras colors, purple which represents justice, green which represents faith, and gold which represents power.
Marie Rice Researches 1930's Butterfly
A few years ago Marie Rice researched a 1930's tatted butterfly which she purchased at LACIS in Berkeley CA. LACIS is a lace maker's and needleworker’s paradise. Marie has collected tatting books and patterns for over 50 years, but had never seen this tailed butterfly pattern before.
Marilee has published another book! This book of necklaces, bracelets, earring and pendants is paperbound 8.5" x 11" and has 48 pages of full color tatting.
Marilee Rockley's book,
Marilee Rockley's book, "Up and Tat'em."
Martha Ess rev. Schiffchenspitzen,
Frau Tina Frauberger's "Schiffchenspitzen," figure 78. Revised by Martha Ess using modern tatting techniques like the split ring and mock picot.
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