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)
Written by Tomoko Morimoto. Approx. 22 patterns; 127 pages. Includes; motifs, doilies, bookmarks, headband, choker, pouch cover, shawl, table runner, coasters, etc. This books has the same patterns as her Japanese book. Patterns diagrammed ONLY.
Approx. 26 patterns; 89 pages. Includes;several beaded necklaces, edgings, large and small doilies, Holy Family, and more. Some of the tatting shown in the book does not include the patterns. Japanese Text Patterns are diagrammed.
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 other means." (T335)
Approx. 12 patterns; 18 pages. Includes: Frogs, salamander, dragonfly, fish, lily pads, cattail, swan, and more Patterns are ALL diagrammed with a translation page of abbreviations to English. German Text. (T494)
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.
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)