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#1   The Tatmeister’s tatting pages

  Tatting consultant of the Lace Museum. It is a very serious information for professionals! Tatting projects, patterns. In a word the web site is grandeur.

#2   Frywolitka

  Jan Stawasz is a creator of this polish website about tatting. He has developed tatting skills after a car accident, which forced him to lead a rather sedentary life. Jan never copy someone else's patterns - all ideas arise in his imagination and He never repeat them. This it what makes works so unique. Out of the several hundred works he has created so far, several dozen have been published in such magazines as Moje Robotki, Burda "Anna", Igla i Nitka, Poradnik Domowy or the British Workbox. Many of his works have found their way to museums, galleries and private collections not only in Europe, but also in the USA, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Australia, Singapore,

#3   Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry

  Wonderful collection of antique tatting shuttles.

#4   Tatting is not a lost Art

  Tatting gallery and very interesting tatting ideas.

#5   Nancy's Quilting

  Tatting and sewing page, nice gallery and new patterns.

#6   Ullas Occhi-World

  German designers share a website. Besides the more than thirty floral works Ursula Dittmar has tatted, she also hosts Helma Seipmann (see her technical samples and instructions at 'seminarmappe') Heiko Pund (maker of amber shuttles) and Christel Weidmann. Christel has designed over ten doilies, ten collars, five necklaces plus an alphabet and a zoo. Links are found in blue at the top of the main page.

#7   Rexanna Carlson's Home Page

  The home page devoted to handcrafts by Rexanna Carlson. Rexanna is a deaf woman. She works at home making crafts, including crochet, needle tatting, different laces, doilies, and afghans.

#8   Chiacchierino

  Perfect tatting works from Italia.

#9   Tattered

  Great place for lace makers. Here you will find all kinds of information on the art of tatting. Tatting instruction, links, tatting reachout.

#10   This ‘n Tat

  For instructions and tips on how to tat see the Lesson Corner. Tatters looking for patterns or pattern ideas should seek out the Pattern Library and Tools and Tips areas. Links to other tatting sites and information on mail-order suppliers and lace catalogs are in the Resources area. The basic, beaded, and miscellaneous tatting lessons are part of this website; as is the design techniques section. Other lessons listed here appear on other websites.There are numerous resources for tatting - both on and off the Internet.

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