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Climbing Out from the center
One development in the method of tatting has allowed the tatter to eliminate much of the tedious work of cutting and tying so common in older patterns. Its use allows the tatter to climb out from the center of a pattern and work to the outer rows without cutting the threads. This is climbing out.
Cloverleaf Edging Mrs. V. C. Fitzpatrick 1918
Here is a simple repeating cloverleaf and chain edging from Mrs. V. C. Fitzpatrick as published in the Jan. 27, 1918 Plain Dealer.
Cluny Flower and Net by Dagmar Pezzuto
SCREEN WITH SEQUINS AND SEED BEADS By Dagmar Pezzuto ©2013 This was Dagmar's Mother's Day card for her mom in 2013. The flowers are an experiment in the use of beads in a tatted cluny petal.
Cluny Flowers 2 colors
Cluny Flowers in two thread colors shared Dagmar Pezzuto 2014 © from the Online Tatting Class lessons.
Cluny or Petal Tatting
Here are the basic steps for cluny tatting.
Cluny Square Motif - Dagmar Pezzuto
Dagmar Pezzuto's new cluny square may be tatted individually and joined into flat lace fabric. And the basic steps for cluny tatting are included.
Cluny Tatting 2 colors tutorial Dagmar Pezzuto
Dagmar Pezzuto present a tutorial on creating a two color tatted cluny leaf or petal.
Collingbourne's & Tatting
A few notes on the history of Collingbourne's and tatting, Richard Silk Company, and Virgina Snow Studios.
Consider the Ends First
Tatters do not like hiding thread ends, so methods of avoiding extra ends to hide have developed.
Corticelli Silk Co. & Tatting
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