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Tatted Daisy by Mrs. Odum
Tatted Daisy by Mrs. W. M. Odum. New models by Amrutha N.
Tatted Garden Alphabet Ruth Perry
Tatted Garden Alphabet by Ruth Perry aka Rozella Florence Linden 2013 "Letters from an Irish Country Cottage Garden" The new book presents all the letters of the alphabet in charming floral-themed patterns featuring the hanging tatted cluny leaf.
Tatted Gifts and Novelties
Tatted Gifts and Novelties. One of the perks from attending Tat Days (here at Palmettos but also at all tatting events) is the goodie bag. Throughout the year the group members and guilds work together to create some hostess type gifts to use as welcome presents for students and as thank you gifts f
Tatted Insertions Comfort Tatting
Tatting Designs" by Comfort Workers, 1917 Insertion using Reverse order double stitch
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.
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