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Belding Bros & Tatting
A few notes on the influence of the Belding Brothers Silk Thread Company on the art of tatting.

Belding Bros. Silk Tatting Book Pt. 1
Belding Brothers Silk Tatting Book. This manufacturer of silk thread published an instruction booklet with patterns. This antique public domain booklet is presented in parts. Here is the beginning through Fig. 4. It is an interesting example of the multiple illustrations used for tatting.

Belding Bros. Silk Tatting Book Pt. 2
Belding Brothers Silk Tatting Book. This manufacturer of silk thread published an instruction booklet with patterns. This antique public domain booklet is presented in parts. Here is Fig. 4 through Fig. 9. It is an interesting example of the multiple illustrations used for tatting.

Belding Bros. Silk Tatting Book Pt. 3
Belding Brothers Silk Tatting Book. This manufacturer of silk thread published an instruction booklet with patterns. This antique public domain booklet is presented in parts. Here is Fig. 9 through Fig.12 It is an interesting example of the multiple illustrations used for tatting.

Belding Bros. Silk Tatting Book Pt. 4
Belding Brothers Silk Tatting Book. This manufacturer of silk thread published an instruction booklet with patterns. This antique public domain booklet is presented in parts. Here is Fig. 13 through Fig. 19. It is an interesting example of the multiple illustrations used for tatting.

Ben Fikkert Tatter
Ben Fikkert is a gentleman tatter from the Netherlands. He has written three books on tatting.

Ben Fikkert's "Frivolité"
Ben Fikkert's "Frivolité" ©1984 was his first tatting publication. It is a small paperback with 30 pages. All the basic tatting techniques are presented in tutorials in the first 20 pages of the book.

Betty Albertson 8 pt motif
Betty Albertson was a participant in Book 5 of the Ribbonwinners Series, “Tatting with Friends” edited by Georgia Seitz 1995 (op) . Her pattern of an eight point motif offers exercises in multiple joins, climbing out and varied length of picots.

Beverly Cash & Jennifer Freudenburg Tatting Manual
To be ... or Knot to be - a Tatting Manual by Beverly Cash and Jennifer Freudenburg

Bicolor Needle Tatted Rings
Bicolor rings using needle tatting and two different colored threads wrapped alternately.

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