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Why I tat?
This poem was written by Sariah Joy, a tatter and friend with whom I have lost contact over the years. Maybe she will see her poem online and get back in touch. She shared this with tatters from the Online Tatting Class years ago.
Which direction do I tat?
A new or inexperienced tatter might well not know where to start. And even experienced tatters sometimes can be bewildered. And there is no exact rule to follow as the direction of tatting may change from pattern to pattern and even from row to row. And left-handed and right-handed tatters will see
Kite with Cluny Tail - Mimi Dillman
Mimi Dillman is a master tatter and well-known for her work with the method of Cluny tatting. This kite is just right for the winds of March!
Sakura Cherry Blossom - Corina Meyfeldt
Spring is Cherry Blossom time and master Corina Meyfeldt and designed a lovely blossom for tatters. Many of uses from hairclips, bridal bouquets, barrettes for brides' maids. And they would look great bundled together for a pin or brooch.
Art of 3-D Tatting Vol. 3 - Terachi Yuuko
Introducing Vol. 3 of Art 3D Tatting by Japanese Tatting Designer, Yuuko Terachi
Free Form Tatting Collage
Just once, throw away the pattern, grab shuttles, needles and thread in several colors and just start tatting. You will be surprised at what falls out of your shuttle or off your needle. Try this simple collage.
Block Heart Bracelet-Muskaan
A one-pass block-tatted bracelet.
Name Tags by AJ Sutton
AJ Sutton is 92 years young and still tatting. She also teaches china painting. She is a long time member of the Online Tatting class, too. These cute name tags feature split rings with beads in the center
Traditional vs Contemporary Tatting
What is traditional tatting? Does the use of a second shuttle to throw off floating rings from a chain make it contemporary?
Bugle Bead Snowflake
Snowflake with Bugle Beads by Dianna Stevens ©1999 (from the files of the Online Tatting Class)
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