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.
Lovely Christmas ball skirts! Interesting patterns and beads for that extra Christmas sparkle! These would make great gifts or decorate the whole tree with them! 12 patterns and 37 pages. Patterns only diagrammed.
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)
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.
?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.
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)
Written by Jon Yusoff. Approx. 10 patterns and 32 pages. Patterns use a cabone ring, as the main design element. Double stitches are wrapped over the cabone ring, includes instructions. Patterns are written and diagrammed.
Tatting Fantasia is a fabulous book! Everything is clearly explained and diagrammed. This book includes three doilies, three hexagons, three squares, and three edgings. What more could a tatter ask for?