Top Ten tatting Articles

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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. Workbasket edging Oct. 1959
The design is extremely simple and easy to tat. It is formal in style and would be enlivened by the use of brilliant colored threads.

2. Simple Tatted Scallop Edge WB May 59
Notice as you tat the Workbasket edging that the look of the tatting changes from light and airy to a more formal look. May 1959

3. 3-Row Edging 1931 Marie Haase
From the pages of the Needlecraft Magazine 1931 Oct. pg. 31 Vol. XXIII No. 2 I found a set of three edgings designed by Marie Haase. This is 1 of 3.

4. Oval Doily APL BYSO88 end
This was originally in German and was posted by the Antique Pattern Library July 2019. It is labeled "An Oval Tatted Doily." No author noted. This is the second and final part of the pattern.

5. 12 wks until the Holidays! What to tat?
From the files of the Online Tatting Class a design by Emma Crew for the first snowflake round robin, July 2001.

6. Edging in 3 rows Maria Haase 1931
From the pages of the Needlecraft Magazine 1931 Oct. pg. 31 Vol. XXIII No. 2 I found a set of three edgings designed by Marie Haase. This is 2 of 3.

7. JLPatten 1883 Tie end
A delicate piece of all one shuttle work from 1883.

8. 2 Tat & Scaloped Braid edgings WB 6/1948
The June 1948 Workbasket magazine offered these two tatted edgings which actually puzzled me at first. What kind of a header was that one side? Read on!

9. Wide 3-Row Edging 1931 Marie Haase
From the pages of the Needlecraft Magazine 1931 Oct. pg. 31 Vol. XXIII No. 2 I found a set of three edgings designed by Marie Haase. This is 2 of 3.

10. Oval Doily APL BYSO88
This was originally in German and was posted by the Antique Pattern Library on July 2019. It is labeled "An Oval Tatted Doily." No author noted.



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