NEWLY LISTED LINKS
The newest links to be listed.
200th Anniversary of Coats & Clark Thread Co. History [offsite link]
A fascinating historical review of the Coats and Clark Thread co. from the early 1800īs to the present. A free download of the timeline presentation is also available:
3-D tatting by Battatter! (Carol Amich) [offsite link]
Carol Amich was inspired by the work of Angeline Crichlow (See article: http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art16413.asp) and has become a master tatter of three dimensional tatting. Her work is simply marvelous. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for a slide show.
Emmy Liebert 1919/2 more patterns translated into English [offsite link]
Emmy Liebert 1919/2 more patterns translated into English with diagrams and new models shared by the Online Tatting Class 2011
Emmy Liebert 1919/21 patterns translated into English [offsite link]
Emmy Liebert 1919/21 patterns translated into English with diagrams and new models shared by the Online Tatting Class
Free Tatting Books Onlince
30+ vintage tatting books for free download.
Gina Brummetīs Plaited Tatted Braid [offsite link]
A Red and Green plaited braid with beads and split rings. You will need 4 shuttles for this pattern by Gina Brummet just right for the coming holidays!
Girlīs Own Book of Tatting [offsite link]
The vintage copy of The Girlīs Own Book of tatting includes the basics, joining and the definition of the unusual term, "pearl stitch."
Hen and Chicks [offsite link]
The Classic Hen and Chicks and Eggs pattern.
Hyperbolic Tatting by Patty Dowden [offsite link]
Patty Dowden developed this unique style of tatting. A sample of her work in on display in the Denver (CO) Museum of Art.
Jon Yusoff (Tat-a-Renda) shares her work online [offsite link]
28+ patterns shared by Jon Yusoff. Great designs and wonderfully helpful tutorials for tatting techniques.
Monarch Butterfly by Dagmar Pezzuto [offsite link]
This pattern is the result of a tatting challenge. On the bottom of the pattern page, you will see a photo of a real monarch butterfly. I sent that photo to Dagmar Pezutto in Brazil with the challenge to create a monarch butterfly in tatting. Since this is a free-form design, there is no diagram. Enjoy!
Mrs. Beetonīs Book of Needlework [offsite link]
Project Gutenbergīs Beetonīs Book of Needlework, by Isabella Beeton
This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with
almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or
re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included
with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net
Title: Beetonīs Book of Needlework
Author: Isabella Beeton
Needlecraft Dec 1915 [offsite link]
A set of delightful vintage patterns including the butterfly slide whichinspired Gina Brummetīs http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2004/gbplait.html
Nina Libinīs Necklaces [offsite link]
Nina Libin has some lovely patterns for beaded necklaces, a bookmark and snowflakes on her site.
Rachel Jacksonīs Beaded Brooches [offsite link]
The Pineywoods Tatter, Rachel Jackson, has dozens of tatted and beaded brooches to share.
Russian Join [offsite link]
This is a method of joining yarn which is occasionally seen in knitting and crochet. It would also work well in tatting, especially with heavier threads. Retrieved by the wayback machine.
Tatted Doodles [offsite link]
I am unsure who posted this list of tatted doodles, but it is a great resource for quick and easy tatted bits.
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