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Tatting Techniques: Old Revivals and New Experiments
Dust jacket notes: "Among leisure crafts today, some of the most popular are those in which the worker actually creates her own fabric, using only deft fingers and simple non-mechanical equipment. Knitting, crochet, lace-making and macrame are the best known, but many women are beginning to rediscover the fascination of tatting. Deceptively delicate and elaborate in ...more
Hardcover, 119 pages
Published January 1st 1976 by Charles Scribner's Sons
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This book is part of my permanent library. It is a great resource and I'll never give it up. I have learned so many things about tatting that wasn't in other books on tatting. I learned how to secure ends without leaving bulky knots. It is an old book but it is a good one. I got my copy on ebay.