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Treble Tatted Stitch
The technique of the treble tatted stitch (as I have learned from Ninetta Caruso and Muskaan) begins simply with a ring/chain in progress with a very small picot (vsp) followed by 1 double stitch From there you must read and follow the directions one step at a time.

Shamrocks
Lots of shamrock patterns to pick from here.

Gifted Earrings by Elaine Gan
Elaine Gan shares her "Gifted Earrings" pattern from her ninth book of patterns. It features exercise in shuttle lock joins.

Metallic thread bracelet - Dagmar Pezzuto
Bracelet with metallic thread By Dagmar Pezzuto 2019©. This pattern was inspired by a pattern in Emmy Liebert's book 1921 pg 30 #51.

Sources for Hearts & more
I was pondering what I might share with tatters today, a new pattern or an old pattern, or a study for a technique when it occurred to me that I could share dozens of books and thousands of patterns with all tatters by just sharing my favorite sources!

Tatting Designs - Pam Palmer
PAM PALMER IS BACK!! What a wonderful surprise to find a new book by the master tatter Pam Palmer. With the help of Heidi Nakayama, Pam has published a book of whimsical designs, critters, butterflies and even a doily!

Angel Heart - AJ Sutton
Here is a petite tatted heart with an angel in the center by AJ Sutton from the files of the Online Tatting Class 2012.

Spring Bracelet by Dagmar Pezzuto
A challenging pattern by Dagmar Pezzuto using square rings and daisy picots.

Annie Helling Tatted Edge
Tatted edging using faux and true rings by Annie Helling from the Needlecraft Magazine year unknown Oct. pg. 10

Beaded Bracelet By Dagmar Pezzuto
tatted beaded bracelet by Dagmar Pezzuto 2018

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