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Approx. 14 patterns; 25 pages. Includes: A variety of different wildflowers. Patterns are all diagrammed minimal numbers on the diagram but all the numbers are in the pattern. There is a translation page of abbreviations to English. German text (T503)
Approx. 13 patterns; 25 pages. Includes edgings, ear rings, bracelets, motifs, rose corsage, and more. Patterns have a floral theme. Several of the patterns use Lizbeth thread. Written & Diagrammed. It has English, German and Italian text in the book. (T478)
Approx. 31 patterns; 70 pages. Includes; Triangle motifs,which when joined together make a variety of doilies. There are several techniques used including pearl tatting, split ring, un-flipped stitch and wrapped ring. This book is not for beginners. (T484)
Approx. 20 patterns; 95 pages. Includes ear rings, bracelets, necklaces, a collar and small motifs, coin purse, dimensional flowers. This books is needle tatting and show some techniques, but any shuttle tatting can follow the patterns. Italian designer, English text. Diagrammed and written instructions. (T477)
Approx. 17 patterns; 20 pages. Includes motifs, ear rings, pendants and pins. If you are familiar with Nina Libin's book 'Tatted Lace of Beads Techniques of Beanile Lace' this is more of the same style of her beautiful work. (T243)
Approx. 12 patterns; 37 pages. A year of tatted bookmarks. Patterns are written and also diagrammed. Bookmark patterns include; snowman, rainbow, jack O' lanterns, mittens, baseball and bat, sunflower, heart, pencil, leaves and more.(T300)
There are 70 pages in full color. This is their third book. This book is different from any other book! For those tatters to want learn something new and different in tatting this is a book for you! From the Shuttle Brothers "Alternate thread tatting is sort of similar to carrying a thread along the right-hand thread (core thread) by stacking shuttles or...
Approx. 13 patterns; 48 pages. Once the basics of Needle Tatting is learned this book is the next step. With over 115 photographs that take you step-by-step to learn techniques with include; Adding beads, split ring, double twisted picot, floating ring, chain after chain, and more. Patterns include; necklaces, collar, heart motif, butterfly, snowflake,...
Bilingual English-Polish. Contains:- technical instructions, including Jan's method- 53 diagrammatic patterns: 6 necklaces, 4 collars, 6 flowers, 2 window and christmas-tree trimmings, 1 cap, 1 hat, 1 vest, 3 Easter eggs, 1 tie, 1 cross, 1 mirror trimming, 2 medallions, 1 heart, 2 hair-pins, 21 doilies. Patterns are ONLY diagrammed.(T385)
Back in Print - Approx. 29 patterns and 88 pages. Includes doilies, edgings, pendants, necklaces, motifs, beaded patterns and more. Several lessons on how to tat, cluny tatting, adding beads, Josephine knot, floating ring, split ring, double picot,and square. Japanese Text, lots of photographs and patterns are diagrammed.
Approx. 172 patterns, 112 pages. Includes corner and straight edgings, medallions, round doily borders,collar border. This is a most unusual and fascinating collection of tatting patterns as recorded in a New England notebook by an anonymous tatter in the 1920's.
Approx. 70 tatting patterns and 143 pages. Patterns include; Peacock and peacock full fanned out, edgings, insertions, collars some very elaborate, medallions . German Text includes diagrams, Hardcover. This is a revised edition for the book Occhi-Schiffchenspitze-Frivoite with several more patterns added.
Beautiful Tree of Life in tatting! Different seasons represented, plus take any of the small patterns and make up your own! Approx. 6 patterns and 28 pages. Branch out in split ring, floating chains, padded tatting and other techniques to take tatting to the third dimension.
Tatting as a technique for fashion in home and in garment accessories using color, heavier threads and beads in imaginative combinations. Bags, shawls ties, belts, collars, pillow covers, edgings and doilies. New and imaginative techniques fully detailed. Translated from Japanese.
?Or "Tatting Definitley Not for Beginners". Patterns ranging from a Saxon face to wrought iron work, using different threads from coarse to the finest silk. Brand new techniques are taught to ingnite the imagination.Binding: