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Blue Butterfly Tatted Collage by Dagmar Pezzuto
This butterfly is a collage of tatting which each tatter may create, arrange and sew down in their own designs. It was inspired by a challenge in the Online Tatting Class.
Book Reprinted by House of White Birches (Tatting)
Identification of the original sources for the House of White Birches Tatting Book series and a short history of HWB, now known as DRG network.
French, undated, saved by the Antique Pattern Library. For those who are thinking about teaching or who like to tat vintage patterns, this little pattern is a great teaching lesson. (Errors in translation are the editor's.)
Braccialetti by Alicja Kwartnik
This new book presents nine tatted bracelets treatments. All the bracelets are embellished with regular beads, pearls and fancy beads.
Braided Picots Split ring Edging - Dagmar Pezzuto
Split Ring Edging with Crossed Picots by Dagmar Pezzuto ©2013
Brainerd & Armstrong & Tatting
A few notes on the history of Brainerd & Armstrong Spool Silk Co and tatting.
Branching Encapsulation by Sherry Pence
This is the fourth book by Sherry Pence is also known as LadyShuttleMaker for the wonderful ceramic shuttles she hand crafts.
Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons
Many tatters have been touched by breast cancer. The color for breast cancer awareness ribbons is pink. Here are a few patterns which we have used over the years. If breast cancer threatens someone close to you, please tat a pattern from the Online Tatting Class files and send it to them today.
Breast Cancer Ribbon - Lenore English
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Over the years tatters have created many styles of tatted ribbons to remind us to get our mammograms. It's important for our own health and for the sake of those we love. This ribbon is shared by Lenore English.
Bridge Set - Diamond
On page 13 of her book, "Tatting", Norma Benporath offered a set of four designs. These were intended for bridge mats or tablecloths. The symbols are the heart, diamond, spade and club.
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