Tatting, a familiar pastime in old-fashioned novels, is actually a form of knotting which produces a rudimentary kind of...

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TATTING TECHNIQUES: Old Revivals and New Experiments

Tatting, a familiar pastime in old-fashioned novels, is actually a form of knotting which produces a rudimentary kind of lace--not to be confused with crochetwork or knitting. Detailed instructions, drawings, and photos demonstrate how to do it, and colorplates of finished projects--not the least old-fashioned--will impel needleworkers to try.

Pub Date: April 23, 1976

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: 119

Publisher: Scribners

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1976