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Rhoda Auld - Tatting
Tatting, The contemporary art of knotting with a shuttle - Rhoda L. Auld is an eye-opening book for tatters who are particularly interested in the construction of tatting.
Roll Tatting Round Medallion
Roll tatting is a novelty stitch found in many vintage tatting publications
Roll Tatting Tutorial
Roll tatting is a novelty stitch found in many vintage tatting patterns.
Rose Window by Jon Yusof
ROSE WINDOW ©Jon Yusoff 2011 Pattern is worked with two shuttles. Pattern is worked in three rounds. Using split rings, josephine rings and RODS, this lovely 6-point motif reminds us of a cathedral window.
Round Tatted Doily (Anne Orr)
Applying Split Ring, Split Chain and Mock Picot to vintage patters to reduce or eliminate unnecessary cutting of the thread. Vintage doily by Anne Orr (Special request by Gina S)
Roy Feuchtwanger - Doily
Needlecraft Magazine Year Unknown Dec. pg. 12 Tatted Doily by Roy Feuchtwanger
Russian Tatting Books
A short list of both paperback and hardback book of tatting patterns in the Russian language. Lots of black and white illustrations but many full color plates, too! The patterns run from traditional collars and doilies to antique reproductions and evena bit of jewelry and floral work.
Russian Tatting Books - Collector's List
Russian Tatting Books - Collector's List This list will help you get started collecting Russian tatting books
S Annie Frost Tatting 1877
"The Ladies' Guide to Needle Work, Embroidery, ETC., by S. Annie Frost" being a complete guide to all kinds of Ladies' Fancy Work, with Full descriptions of all the various stitches and materials, and a large number of illustrations for each variety of work." 1877
Sajou Album for Frivolity Works #16
Album for Frivolity Works #16 Published ©1861 by SAJOU, Embroidery and Tapestry Patterns Manufacturer, Paris. Here are the directions for pattern #16 in modern tatting notation. This is an edging comprised of half closed rings.
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