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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.

Chiacchierino Il Natale by Annamaria Riccardi
Chiacchierino Il Natale by Annamaria Riccardi; This new book by Annamaria Riccardi is red hot with color and tempting holiday designs.

Christmas bell By Dagmar Pezzuto
A tatted cluny bell shared by Dagmar Pezzuto. Use split ring, split chain, Victorian sets and beaded picots.

Christmas Ornaments Ineke Kuiperij
Everything for Christmas Book 3 (2016) by Ineke Kuiperij Her gift for tatting 3-dimensional (3-d) objects is astounding.

Clara Haase pats #1 #5
These two designs are by Clara Haase whose name appears more than once in Needlecraft Magazine. Here they are from Oct. 1925 issue.

Clara Haase pats #2 #4
These are two more designs are by Clara Haase. Her name appears more than once in Needlecraft Magazine.

Classic Wheel with half stitches
A Classic Wheel featuring the use of half stitches combined with double stitches by Winifred Worth from the Jackson Citizen Patriot published Sept. 28, 1917.

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.

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.

Clotilde Half Wheel Edgings
Half-Wheel Edging and Daisy Insertion... Half wheels are most often depended from a previous round of tatting or sewn to a cloth, but here the design has two lines facing each other in an interlocking position.

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