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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

Creationes Artime Frivolité 1
Creationes Artime Frivolité 1. Although the instructions are printed in Spanish, the excellent full color diagrams make the patterns easy to follow. The double stitch counts are clearly marked on the diagrams.

Dagmar's Brisbane Earrings
Cloverleaf edging pattern from the June 13, 1908 Brisbane Courier pg.14 with a modern adaptation from Dagmar Pezzuto.

Decolletage Insertion Tina Frauberger
Frau Tina Frauberger's Schiffchenspitze I ed. 1919 Decolletage Insertion Page 76, Fig 77

Delineator Wide Edging
A Wide edging from the vintage Delineator magazine

Determined toTat? Tools that will help
If you are determined to tat and face physical challenges with your hands, there is help available.

Dexter Yarn Co. & Tatting
A brief history of the Dexter Yarn company and its influence on tatting.

Diamond Pattern revised Sue Duckles
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. Sue Duckles offers a one pass revision of the diamond pattern.

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