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Building a Tatting Library - Lady Hoare
The Art of Tatting...A Tatting Book without Patterns by Lady Katharin Hoare and Carmen Sylva

Building a Tatting Library - Standards
A tatting reference library is a wonderful resource for all tatters. Start building your own reference library by acquiring the most influential books of the 20th century.

Building a Tatting Library -Techniques
A tatting reference library is a wonderful resource for all tatters. Start building your own reference library by acquiring the most influential books of the 20th century.

Building Good Tension Ring by Ring
Building good tension with one shuttle work, rings only; small projects to practice.

Building Good Tension Ring by Ring
Building good tension with one shuttle work, rings only; small projects to practice.

Bullion Knot
The Bullion Knot compared to the Josephine Knot and the vintage "dot" formation

Bunny & Cabbage Edging
A pattern for Spring! A bunny and cabbage edging.

Butterick's (& the Delineator)
A brief history of the Delineator Magazine and the Butterick's Company.

Changing Tatting Shuttle Styles
Changes in styles of the Tatting Shuttle from bone and wood to precious materials.

Chemical Lace Tatting
Chemical Lace. Machine-made Tatting, Faux Tatting. Embroidered fabric was treated with a chemical which dissolved the fabric leaving only the faux "tatted lace" behind. Examples of chemical lace tatting can be puzzling to the tatter.

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