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Tatted Jewelry - Annamaria Riccardi
Tatted Jewelry, Necklaces, Bracelets and Earrings by Annamaria Riccardi. This 2013 book is full of easy and fun to tat traditional designs. Although printed in Italian, the full color photos and diagrams make it simple to follow directions.
Tatted Jewelry from Vintage Patterns
Combined two wrapped bangle pieces into one bracelet. Select any vintage edging or insertion and use multiple colors as well as adding bling with beads, crystals and baubles joining to both bangles as you tat.
Tatted Lace Insertion with Needle Weaving
The insertion pictured above was designed by Tina Frauberger. It is composed of two lines of an edging joined together by two floating rings. The open area between the center joins is filled with needle weaving. This needle weaving may be replaced with tatted rings.
Tatted Ring Types
A list (in progress)of all the different types of tatted rings.
Tatted Treasures by Jan Stawasz
Jan Stawasz's second book is finally released. This sequel to his "Tatting Theory and Patterns" was certainly worth the wait. It is a wonderful example of traditional style tatting.
This vase is just right for the intermediate tatter. The pattern is from the public domain booklet, "Corticelli Lessons in Tatting Book #3" by Nellie Ellison and Melvia M Stoddard published by Corticelli Silk Mills, Florence MA. 1916.
Tatted Yoke in One or Two Colors.
Priscilla Yoke book pattern and diagram with latticed chains in node stitch.
Tatting Accessories Lady Boutique
Tatting Accessories Lady Boutique Craft Series #3401 This is a new tatting pattern book from Japan 2012. It is a paper bound book, 8.25 x 8.25", and it has 80 pages nearly half of which are in full color. There are designs from several different tatting designers included.
Tatting as a Rest Cure
TATTING REST CURE FOR BRITISH BRAINS; Reprinted from the New York Times, Feb. 2, 1913. Public Domain article.
Tatting Basics and History
Tatting is a delight for the mind, the eye and the hand. An inexpensive lace making art requiring only tatting shuttles, thread and patience, tatting is a surprisingly good method of stress management and a creative outlet.
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