Tatting Patterns Paperback
by Lyn Morton
Each pattern includes easy-to-follow instructions and clear charts for guidance. All the patterns are very versatile and can be adapted to a multitude of uses, from jewellery to window hangers.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 112 pages, 40 colour photographs, 70 b&w line drawings
- Publisher: Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Ltd
- Publication Date: 27/06/2002
- Category: Lace & lacemaking
- ISBN: 9781861082619
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Review by Sewicked
This book has patterns for a variety of purposes; edging, snowflakes, jewelry, collar, fan, cross and assorted motifs. While there aren't any split rings or chains, this is not a book I'd recommend for the rank beginner. Consistent tension & picot sizes are a must for most of the patterns, although not for all of them. On the other hand, this is a book that I return to, time & again for the sheer variety. I've made the fan, the cross, the corsage, one of the motifs as a wreath and one of the pins, plus several of the motifs.