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Tatted Tricorn Edging WB12/1956
Workbasket Dec.1956 pg. 29 Tricorn pattern. It is not a neat and tidy design. There are decorative picots and very stretched joining picots. Plus dimpled rings.

Workbasket Edging April 1948
Workbasket April 1948 pg.13 A simple edging to tat but it has lots of possibilities. This will tat up quickly, too.

Patchwork - Iris Niebach
A new book by Iris Niebach with 20 new designs are presented as "patchwork pieces" which the tatter may assemble in many patterns.

Mlle Riego's Lace Tatting Book
The famous Mlle. Riego has a number of tatting patterns books, among them this one, "The Lace Tatting Book," ©1866.

Grapes & Leaves Priscilla #3
This example is taken from the Priscilla #3 Book pg. 17 a tablecloth edging with grapes and leaves.

Rose Medallion #39 Anne Orr
This is a classic rose medallion pattern designed by the famous Anne Orr and published in her book 13.

Organizing Patterns & Books
Ideas on organizing your tatting book library

Fan & Hummingbird Dagrmar Pezzuto
Dagmar Pezzuto's tatted interpretation of a fan with cluny flowers and hummingbird.

Pumpkin Vine Edging - Heidi Sunday
A charming edging of pumpkins on a vine by Heidi Sunday from the Online Tatting Class files.

Floating Heart - Nina Libin
Nina Libin shares with us a vibrant piece of tatted jewelry which uses the most delicate of metallic threads and finely made beads so tiny that they could almost float away!

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