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Here are the top ten articles for the Tatting Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern doily 1922
An original doily by Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern, (German) Leipzig, Germany, Beyers Handarbeitsbücher 9, 1922
2. Japanese Needle Tatting
You will need patience to master this needle tatting technique. Unlike shuttle tatting and traditional needle tatting, the tool does not hold a supply of thread with which to work. Instead, Japanese needle tatting functions more like crochet in that it draws continually from the ball of thread.
3. Alphabet A-K Anna Valeire Book 3
The Tatted Alphabet by Anna Valeire Book 3 pg. 15. Tatted initials are handy for many projects. And added flower or decorative picots are just fine, too.
4. Butterfly Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern
An original edging by Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern, (German) Leipzig, Germany, Beyers Handarbeitsbücher 9, 1922, morphed into a potential butterfly.
French, undated, saved by the Antique Pattern Library. For those who are thinking about teaching or who like to tat vintage patterns, this little pattern is a great teaching lesson. (Errors in translation are the editor's.)
6. Il Lavoro Chiacchierino Series
Here's an update on this long-running series of tatting books produced by Mani di Fata is a treasure trove of traditional tatting patterns.
7. Needleart 1921 7 edgings with diagrams
These patterns from the 1921 Needleart magazine Vol. 8 #3 have been featured on BellaOnline.com during this summer. Now we have the addition of diagrams and new models prepared by Muskaan.
8. Bicolor Needle Tatted Rings
Bicolor rings using needle tatting and two different colored threads wrapped alternately.
9. Lace Bark Tree
What is the strangest material with which you have ever tatted? It wasn't bark from the lace bark tree but what a story this is.
10. Tatted Daisy by Mrs. Odum
Tatted Daisy by Mrs. W. M. Odum. New models by Amrutha N.
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