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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Tatting Site! These are the top ten articles that your Tatting Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Drop picot, Down picot, Inward facing picot
The drop picot is also called the down picot or the inward facing picot.

2. Roll Tatting Round Medallion
Roll tatting is a novelty stitch found in many vintage tatting publications

3. Il Lavoro Chiacchierino Series
This long-running series of tatting books produced by Mani di Fata is a treasure trove of traditional tatting patterns.

4. History of Tatting, A work in Progress.
The Origins of Tatting are lost in history but we do have a growing timeline for the advancements. This short article mentions a few of the highlights.

5. Edging by Dagmar Pezzuto and Anne Orr
This edging was inspired by Anne Orr's pattern from J. & P. Coats "Crochet, Cross Stitch and Tatting" Book 14 1923. It has been revised and redesigned by Dagmar Pezzuto 2014

6. Clara Haase pats #1 #5
These two designs are by Clara Haase whose name appears more than once in Needlecraft Magazine. Here they are from Oct. 1925 issue.

7. Bicolor Needle Tatted Rings
Bicolor rings using needle tatting and two different colored threads wrapped alternately.

8. Lacework! Tatting Lace Asahi Originals
"Lacework! Tatting Lace" is published by Applemints 2013. It is a 8.5" x 10 " (22 x 26 cm) paperbound book with 65 pages packed with full color photos of the tatting, full color tutorials and multicolored diagrams.

9. Basics of Beaded Tatting
Enhance your tatted lace with beads.

10. Joins - Tied, Catherine Wheel, Alligator
Joins - Tied, Catherine Wheel, Alligator The join is a technique used in constructed large pieces of lace from smaller tatted bits. There are many types of join, i.e., up, down, shuttle lock join, onion ring, split ring, swirl, lark's head picot join (LHPJ), and many others.



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